Brazilian Grand Prix winner George Russell feared that the late Safety Car towards the end of the race would leave him vulnerable and cost him the win.
Red Bull apologised to Sergio Perez after Max Verstappen refused to obey an order to let his team mate overtake him at the end of the Brazilian Grand Prix.
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Max Verstappen leads the drivers championship by 139 points from Charles Leclerc and Sergio Perez after the Brazilian Grand Prix.
George Russell held off team mate Lewis Hamilton after a late Safety Car to claim his first grand prix victory in Brazil.
George Russell has won the Brazilian Grand Prix for Mercedes ahead of Lewis Hamilton and Carlos Sainz Jnr.
The 2022 Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos in pictures.
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Alpine has changed Esteban Ocon’s power unit ahead of today’s Brazilian Grand Prix due to damage caused by a fire.
Haas has chosen its second driver for the 2023 F1 season and plans to reveal its choice in the coming week.
Max Verstappen says that Mercedes look “unbeatable” after the Interlagos sprint race, but will Red Bull’s extra set of softs prove a crucial difference?
Lewis Hamilton says the Mercedes drivers will have to co-operate to maximise the team’s chances of scoring their first grand prix victory of 2022 today.
Mercedes’ competitive showing in this weekend’s Brazilian Grand Prix has given Lewis Hamilton the impression their rivals have lost some of their performance.
The Brazilian GP stewards took no action against drivers who were out of their starting positions on the grid for today’s sprint race.
Carlos Sainz Jnr said his move on Max Verstappen which left the Red Bull driver with a damaged front wing was “fair”.
The stewards ruled Fernando Alonso was “wholly” to blame for a collision with his team mate during the Brazilian Grand Prix sprint race.
Lance Stroll has been given three penalty points for a move on team mate Sebastian Vettel which the stewards called “dangerous”.
Pierre Gasly has avoided moving closer to an automatic race ban following a stewards’ investigation over a pre-race incident.
Kevin Magnussen said he “knew we weren’t going to win” the sprint race and was pleased to score a single point after starting from pole position.