Pictures from Thursday’s preparations for the Brazilian Grand Prix
Felipe Massa is prepared to sacrifice a home win to help Fernando Alonso win the title.
Christian Klien will make his second race start of 2010 for HRT in Brazil this weekend.
Alonso won’t want a repeat of last year?óÔé¼Ôäós result in Brazil – Webber won after Alonso was taken out on the first lap.
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F1 looks set to get more rain in Brazil this weekend ahead of Saturday’s practice and qualifying.
McLaren say they’ll “see what happens” in Brazil before deciding to back one driver.
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Ferrari team principal Stefano Domenicali said the team will be taking a conservative approach at Brazil this weekend.
Williams aim to take sixth place in the constructors’ championship off Force India in the final two races of 2010.
Vitaly Petrov admits he is hoping for a better race weekend in Brazil having crashed out of the last two Grands Prix.
Heikki Kovalainen expects a “hardcore” end to the 2010 season with back-to-back races in countries with a six-hour time difference.
Kamui Kobayashi says he is looking forward to returning to Interlagos, the scene of his F1 debut for Toyota last year.
McLaren team principal Martin Whitmarsh said the team will continue to support Jenson Button despite the reigning world champion’s slim hopes of retaining his title. Whitmarsh said: If Formula 1 has taught us competitors one thing over the past couple of years, it?óÔé¼Ôäós to never give up hope until the odds are no longer possible, … Continue reading Whitmarsh: McLaren “support Button fully”