F1 News: Nico Rosberg’s Review of the 2014 Brazilian Grand Prix

Mercedes LogoVictory in São Paulo has left Nico Rosberg speechless… literally! In a brilliant twist to a regular post-race review, Nico sums up a tense race at Interlagos in this hilarious slow motion clip. Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Race – FIA Press Conference

FIA Logo2014 Brazilian Grand Prix – Race Press Conference
Sun 09.11.14

DRIVERS

1 – Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)

2 – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)

3 – Felipe MASSA (William)

PODIUM INTERVIEWS Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Race – Williams Martini Racing

Williams Martini logo09.11.14
Brazilian Grand Prix

Race Notes:
• Felipe Massa finished third and Valtteri Bottas tenth in today’s Brazilian Grand Prix.
• Felipe incurred a 5-second penalty after his first pitstop for speeding in the pitlane, but had enough pace to retain his third place and drove a consistent race to finish on the podium. Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Race – Ferrari

Ferrari LogoBrazilian Grand Prix

Interlagos, 9th November 2014

Marco Mattiacci: “I believe this weekend ended on a positive note for the team, with both our drivers finishing higher than their grid positions to bring home important points. With Kimi we decided to risk putting him to a two stop strategy and he was able to show that, if he feels comfortable with his car, he can get the most out of himself in terms of managing the tyres. We are disappointed to Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Race – Mercedes AMG Petronas

Mercedes LogoBrazil – 09/11/2014

RACE
Nico Rosberg took victory at the Brazilian Grand Prix after a race-long battle with team-mate Lewis Hamilton, who completed a record-breaking one-two finish for the Silver Arrows at Interlagos.
• Nico took his fifth victory of the season, Lewis his 15th podium finish from eighteen races Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Race – Lotus F1 Team

Lotus LogoStarted from the Bottom – 2014 Brazilian GP, Sunday
Sunday 9th November

Pastor Maldonado finished twelfth whilst Romain Grosjean was classified seventeenth in a pit stop-plentiful Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos. Romain’s race started with promise, running in the top ten, but ended eight laps shy of the chequered flag after a Power Unit issue. Pastor made a poor getaway at the start, but fought back from eighteenth to twelfth at the chequered flag. Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Race – Pirelli

Pirelli Logo2014 Brazilian Grand Prix – Race

TOP SIX FINISHERS USE THREE-STOP STRATEGY IN BRAZIL: RAIKKONEN STOPS TWICE
HOTTEST TRACK TEMPERATURES IN RECENT HISTORY AT INTERLAGOS, COMBINED WITH NEW ASPHALT, PROVIDE A BIG CHALLENGE FOR TYRES IN FIRST STINT
CLOSE TACTICAL BATTLE BETWEEN MERCEDES DRIVERS FOR VICTORY

Sao Paulo, November 9, 2014 – Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg has closed the gap in the drivers’ championship to his team mate Lewis Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Race – Sauber F1 Team

Sauber LogoPetrobras Brazilian Grand Prix – Race – Sunday, 9.11.2014
Weather: sunny and dry, 23-25°C air, 44-57°C track

After both Sauber F1 Team drivers had shown strong performances in quite cold conditions on Saturday in qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix, they struggled on a much warmer track on Sunday. In the beginning, Esteban Gutiérrez was able to put in good lap times, but then shortly before the end of the race he lost some time and finished the race in P14. Adrian Sutil was forced to start the race Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Race – Sahara Force India

Sahara Logo2014 Formula 1 Grande Premio Petrobras Do Brasil: Race Report
Sahara Force India scored four points in today’s Brazilian Grand Prix as Nico Hulkenberg raced to eighth place. Teammate Sergio Perez completed the race in P15.

P8 Nico Hulkenberg VJM07-04
Tyre strategy: New Mediums (16 laps) – New Mediums (20 laps) – New Mediums (24 laps) – New Softs (11 laps) Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Race – Mclaren

McLaren logo2014 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX

“A fantastic race”

#BrazilGP

Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Sunday November 9

Today’s was a typically frantic and exciting Brazilian Grand Prix. Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Race – Scuderia Toro Rosso

Toro Rosso Logo2014 BRAZILIAN GRAND PRIX – SUNDAY 09/11/2014

Daniil Kvyat (STR9-03)
Race
Position: 11th
“A tough race, but starting from the 17th position on the grid and ending up 11th was the highest result we could achieve today. I really did my best but unfortunately the Mercedes powered cars were a lot quicker than us on the straights and we couldn’t do Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Race – Infiniti Red Bull Racing

Red Bull LogoSunday 9 November 2014
BRAZILIAN GP – RACE

SEBASTIAN VETTEL, Finish Position: 5th, Start Position: 6th
“I had a good launch at the start and then into Turn 4… maybe I don’t have the best memories of Turn 4 here from two years ago, I didn’t know how aggressive Kevin (Magnussen) was going to be going into it and I left a bit too much space. I went a bit wide and lost Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Qualifying – Ferrari

Ferrari LogoBrazilian Grand Prix

Interlagos, 8th November 2014

Fernando Alonso: “Today’s result more or less reflects the way the whole weekend has gone, even if here, a tenth of a second can be the difference between fifth and tenth places. Both compounds worked very well, but I’m sure graining and degradation will give us a hard time tomorrow. It will be a long race and, apart from reliability, the key factor will be tyre management. As usual we will give it Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Qualifying – FIA Press Conference

FIA Logo2014 Brazilian Grand Prix – Qualifying Press Conference
Sat 08.11.14

DRIVERS

1 – Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)

2 – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)

3 – Felipe MASSA (Williams)

TV UNILATERAL Read more of this post

F1 News: 2014 Brazilian GP Qualifying – Williams Martini Racing

Williams Martini logo08.11.14
Brazilian Grand Prix Qualifying

Qualifying Notes:
• Felipe Massa qualified third and Valtteri Bottas fourth for tomorrow’s Brazilian Grand Prix.
• 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. Read more of this post