Brazilian Grand Prix Autódromo José Carlos Pace, Interlagos, São Paulo November 7-9, 2014

Total laps 71
Lap distance 4.309 km
Track Conditions Dry

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Free practice 1  November 7 - 10:00 local | 12:00 GMT
Free practice 2  November 7 - 14:00 local | 16:00 GMT
Free practice 3  November 8 - 11:00 local | 13:00 GMT

Qualifying  November 8 - 14:00 local | 16:00 GMT
Race  November 9 - 14:00 local | 16:00 GMT

  Pos Driver Team Laps Pits
1 Rosberg GER Mercedes 71 3
2 Hamilton FL GBR Mercedes 71 3
3 Massa BRA Williams 71 3
4 Button GBR McLaren 71 3
5 Vettel GER Red Bull 71 3
6 Alonso ESP Ferrari 71 3
7 Räikkönen FIN Ferrari 71 2
8 Hülkenberg GER Racing Point 71 3
9 Magnussen DEN McLaren 71 3
10 Bottas FIN Williams 70 3
11 Kvyat RUS Toro Rosso 70 3
12 Maldonado VEN Lotus F1 70 3
13 Vergne FRA Toro Rosso 70 3
14 Gutiérrez MEX Alfa Romeo 70 2
15 Perez MEX Racing Point 70 3
16 Sutil GER Alfa Romeo 70 2
Grosjean FRA Lotus F1 63 3
Ricciardo AUS Red Bull 39 3

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Massa lapping up the adoration of the fans in parc ferme.

Not much being said between Hamilton and Rosberg. They're waiting for Massa, who is all smiles as he comes in to be weighed.

He laughs with Rosberg and Hamilton as he tells them about pulling into the wrong pit box.

Lap 71

At the start of the final lap Hamilton is eight tenths behind Rosberg. Looks like the German's got it...

Hamilton can't get close enough through the middle sector and Rosberg wins a thrilling Brazilian Grand Prix. Excellent drive from the German.

But now all eyes turn to Massa - he's rounding the final corners and the grandstands erupt as he crosses in third in front of his home fans. Well done that man.

"Thanks a lot guys, great job," says a calm Rosberg.

Hamilton pulls up alongside Rosberg and puts his thumbs up at his team-mate. Bonnington tells Hamilton he's "sorry about that stop," presumably about that spin. Seems like Hamilton thought he should have come in rather than do a lap - a decision which ultimately cost him the victory.

Lap 70

Start of the penultimate lap. Rosberg seems to be comfortable out there. Does Hamilton have anything extra he can call on? I can't see how this one is going to happen at the moment.

Lap 69

Alonso eventually eases by on the DRS. Alonso's tyres 17 laps younger than Raikkonen's.

Three laps to go and Hamilton still half a second off Rosberg. The German holding firm currently. That Raikkonen battle costing Alonso any chance of getting involved with Vettel for fifth up ahead.

Lap 68

Five laps left and if Raikkonen can claim this position it will be huge. Raikkonen forces wide again as he tries to pass at the same place. Alonso all over the back of Raikkonen, who is now only focused on keeping Alonso behind. This is excellent.

Lots of pride at stake as well for Raikkonen after a really forgettable year at Ferrari, being overshadowed so much by his team-mate.

Lap 67

Still no team orders at Ferrari. Alonso still having a look.

Hamilton has a little lock-up coming through Turn 1 but it's the Ferraris currently battling for position, Raikkonen not budging an inch! This is fantastic stuff and confirmation Alonso is leaving Ferrari, as if we needed it.

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