Brazilian GP (2014)
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Jenson Button came one spot short of a podium result at Interlagos.
Mercedes got greedy when Hamilton threw down purple sector times just before a scheduled stop.
The following is a complete transcript from the post-race press conference.
Hottest track temperatures in recent history at Interlagos, combined with new asphalt, provide a big challenge for tyres in first stint.
Romain Grosjean retires after a Power Unit issue.
Monisha Kaltenborn: "Today’s result is very disappointing."
Some miscommunication is partly to blame for Hamilton's costly spin.
Lewis Hamilton needs to finish second or better in the finale to be crowned World Champion.
Williams Martini Racing has extended its advantage over Ferrari for third in the Constructors’ Championship to 44 points.
Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton completed a record-breaking one-two finish for the Silver Arrows at Interlagos.
Nico Hulkenberg raced to eighth place and his teammate Sergio Perez completed the race in P15.
Jenson Button: "A fantastic race."
A difficult afternoon for Red Bull at Interlagos
Franz Tost: "Our weekend has been compromised from the very beginning because of various factors."
The Fernando Alonso saga continues to rage on.
Lewis Hamilton isn't phased by qualifying loss as he aims for the race victory.
Alan Permane: “We have everything to do in the race tomorrow.”
Both Sauber drivers are in promising starting positions to fight for points tomorrow.
Sergio Perez ended the day in P17.
Kevin Magnussen: “Whatever happens tomorrow, we can have a strong race”
Christian Horner: "I think sixth and ninth is representative of where are on this track."
Both drivers were pushing the Mercedes cars hard for a front row position, but neither driver was able to complete a clean final flying lap in Q3
Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton secured a seventh consecutive Silver Arrows front row lockout during qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos
Jean-Eric Vergne: "...the race is tomorrow and everything can happen, especially here. I’ll do my best!”
Adrian Sutil had a trouble free day and Esteban Gutiérrez suffered a number of technical issues.
Interlagos is offering a reasonable challenge with its new track surface.
Daniel Ricciardo: "...if it rains, then who knows – maybe the front row can be possible.”
Eric Boullier: “With some hard work tonight, we should be able to make significant improvements”
Felipe Nasr’s last FP1 session for Williams.
Nico Rosberg narrowly leaded team-mate Lewis Hamilton in the opening practice sessions for the Brazilian Grand Prix.
German ends session two tenths ahead of team-mate Lewis Hamilton. Kvyat third for Toro Rosso.
Brazilian GP – preview
The following is a transcript from Thursday's Brazilian GP press conference.
'That doesn't mean the drivers are going to drive'
Medium and Soft tyres for one of the shortest but most intense laps of the year.