Four-star Hamilton dominates Brazil free practice

Four-star Hamilton dominates Brazil free practice

Four-star Hamilton dominates Brazil free practice

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, of Britain, steers his vehicle during the first free practice at the Interlagos race track in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Friday, Nov. 10, 2017.

After losing the title in Mexico, Vettel said he enjoyed getting back in the vehicle in Brazil on Friday.

Having claimed the 1-2 in Friday's practices for the Brazilian Grand Prix, Sebastian Vettel concedes it will be "tough" for Ferrari to beat Mercedes this weekend. "It was pretty exciting to come to the track with the cars being so much faster this year".

In a twist of intra-team irony however, Bottas may require some cooperation from Hamilton in Brazil and Abu Dhabi.

Romain Grosjean spun during the session on route to 14th, ahead of Toro Rosso pair Pierre Gasly and Brendon Hartley, who are both set for hefty engine penalties this weekend after failures in FP1. "It will be great to finish the season with at least one more victory".

"We'll see what we get tomorrow but I think we can fine-tune the balance which will help us".

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Far from taking his foot off the gas following the successful pursuit of his fourth F1 world championship, Lewis Hamilton showed that he is still keen to keep chasing top spot in both practice sessions on day on at Interlagos. But Hamilton eventually set the best time on the yellow rubber, and again when Mercedes switched to the supersofts.

Kimi Raikkonen led Ferrari's efforts in third, half a second behind Hamilton and just 0.006s clear of fourth-placed Verstappen.

The Finn had been closest to the Mercedes duo in the first session but Australian Daniel Ricciardo filled that position later on for Red Bull.

"I'm not expecting anyone to completely ruin his race for me, so as I said it all depends on the situation".

"This is not an opportunity for us to take our eye off the ball", added the Briton, who was planning on visiting the Inca citadel of Machu Picchu in Peru with friends in between the Latin American races.

Sergio Perez was 12th for Force India ahead of Stoffel Vandoorne, while Williams rookie Lance Stroll finished in 14th, though he will hope to cut the 0.7s deficit to teammate Massa in qualifying.

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