What did you think of today’s race? Share your verdict on the 2015 Brazilian Grand Prix.
In the round-up: Bottas defends his driving • Todt criticised for stance on Paris attacks • Wolff rejects ‘Balance of Performance’ idea
In the round-up: Horner determined to keep Ricciardo and Verstappen • Hamilton “looking for excuses” in Mexico • Mick Schumacher to race Mercedes drivers
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In the round-up: Hamilton didn’t need second Mexico pit stop • Drivers in top teams can afford to make mistakes – Verstappen • Ricciardo hoping for drive-ability gains
Interlagos, scene of this weekend’s race, was once one of F1’s ten longest circuits. Find out about all ten – including one which was even bigger than the Nurburgring Nordschleife
In the round-up: US group eyes Manor bid • Threat to COTA race • Hamilton unhurt after hitting “stationary vehicle”
In the round-up: Renault engines will cost Red Bull more in 2016 • Lotus concerned over ‘two-tier’ F1 • Sainz rues “unluckiest” season
With local drivers taking part in the last three races several regional sponsors were persuaded to add or increase their backing for teams in Mexico, America and Russia.
Max Verstappen and Nico Rosberg took their second Driver of the Weekend poll victories in the last two race weekends.
In the round-up: Lotus keeping Mercedes route open • Ferrari call FIA engine plan ‘obscene’ – and suggest new offer to Red Bull
The United States Grand Prix received one of the highest ratings ever but Mexico’s return to the F1 calendar was not enjoyed as much.
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The Japanese Super Formula championship was decided after a pair of dramatic races at a wet Suzuka, while Formula E and V8 Supercars supplied more action.
In the round-up: F1 run-off “idiotic” • Hamilton ‘to retire at 37’ • Ferrari’s season “phenomenal” – Vettel • Illien not working for Red Bull yet
In the round-up: Grosjean wants to drive for Ferrari • Hamilton plays down Schumacher quote • Lauda pitied Rosberg for title loss
Jenson Button met Kaiser Chiefs front man Ricky Wilson at the McLaren Technology Centre recently.
In the round-up: Haas chassis ‘will be better than Ferrari’s’ • Zandvoort wants F1 back • McLaren ‘needs more than just power unit gains’
In the round-up: Illien-Renaults for Red Bull in 2016 • Vandoorne weighing up Super Formula move • No special Mexico tyre – Pirelli
In the round-up: Lotus name may stay in 2016 • No female racer soon – Wolff • Magnussen ‘Haas’s second choice’