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Vettel wins Brazilian GP; Hamilton 4th after starting last

SAO PAULO (AP) It was all about who got the best start at Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix.

Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel had it, starting from the second spot on the grid. Pole sitter Valtteri Bottas didn't, and it probably cost the Mercedes driver the race. Read More...

Massa says final goodbye to Brazil fans at Interlagos

SAO PAULO (AP) Felipe Massa said his second and final goodbye to home fans in the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday with a seventh-place finish that the Williams driver insisted "was just like a victory."

The 36-year-old Massa delivered one of the best starts of the race and finished ahead of long-time rival Fernando Alonso of McLaren. Read More...

Bottas takes Brazilian GP pole after Hamilton crashes

SAO PAULO (AP) Valtteri Bottas claimed pole position for the Brazilian Grand Prix from a qualifying session in which Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton crashed on the first lap on Saturday.

Hamilton, who won his fourth Formula One championship two weeks ago in Mexico, walked away from the car without injury and will start at the back of the grid on Sunday. Read More...

Bottas, Hamilton quickest in final practice for Brazilian GP

SAO PAULO (AP) Valtteri Bottas was fastest along with Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton in Saturday's final practice session for the Brazilian Grand Prix.

Bottas clocked 1 minute, 9.281 seconds on the Interlagos circuit. Hamilton was just .003 behind. Read More...

Mercedes team members robbed at gunpoint in Brazil

SAO PAULO (AP) Members of Lewis Hamilton's Mercedes team say they were robbed at gun point in their minivan while leaving the Formula One race track where Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix will be held.

There were no injuries reported in Friday's incident, but a shaken Hamilton - who was not present - said on Twitter that "gun shots were fired." Read More...

No letting up: Hamilton quickest in Brazilian GP practices

SAO PAULO (AP) Winning his fourth Formula One title did not slow Lewis Hamilton one bit.

The Englishman was quickest in both practice sessions for the Brazilian Grand Prix on Friday, keeping his word not to be distracted in the second-to-last race of the season. Read More...

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