Christian Horner thinks it will be tough for his boys, given how fast Mercedes is, But the hope is that Sergio Pérez will help Verstappen keep Hamilton away if he is ever in the front.
Felipe Massa says the start of the climb is important, And he doesn’t think Hamilton can win from tenth, but says the podium is possible.
Those in the know believe it will be harder for Hamilton to cross the ground today than yesterday – The front wheels may slide more than they can.
Martin Brundle catches up to Lance Stroll, who he says is honored because he is never needed for one of these interviews. He thinks there will be some fall today, but he seems as relaxed as you think he will be.
Vettel doesn’t think the track has a shady side There will be a problem for his car – it has been checked, and it is quite hot.
Hamilton’s car falls into its slot and its tires are wrapped. This is on the sunny side of the track, so a little bleeding may be required before race time.
The weather is nice and hot in Sao Paulo, And the cars are coming out to warm up as we learn that eighth is the lowest on the grid that anyone has ever won this GP, Giancarlo Fisichella in 2003. Likewise, it has been won by anyone this season, with Esteban Ocon doing so. in Hungary.
Valentino Rossi, what a name. How can you be called Valentino Rossi and not as cool as Valentino Rossi?
Elsewhere, the great Valentino Rosic Finally it is turned on. Doesn’t he like racing?
Let’s get into Brazil’s state of mind: Here’s the Innerground 100, a scintillating drum and bass collection, curated last week by So Paulo’s own DJ Marquee.
In particular, the drumsound and bassline Smith’s Sanctuary 93, which features an Ophra Haza sample made famous by Eric B. and Rakim, is a belter.
Oh my days! Don’t expect to see words at the start of sports coverage, but here we are: It’s already been a ridiculous weekend in a reDecemberTerrible weather, as if we waited for the actual race already seated in a state of disbelief.
Max Verstappen, who leads the driver standings by 21 points behind Lewis Hamilton, starts second on the grid, and usually, he will be confident of making it home in front of his opponent – most likely, the race as well. has won. But Hamilton’s qualifying run yesterday, which propelled him from 20th to fifth, displayed every aspect of brilliance that would certainly see him end his career as the greatest of all time, and whatever Verstappen himself was. Tells to feel better, he knows the hunt is on.
That said, Verstappen will also know that if he drives well today, he will have something important to beat. A new engine penalty means Hamilton starts in 10th, and although 71 laps give good scope for overtaking, Verstappen is good enough to take care of himself. It’s going to be something.