rain has appeared in the Interlagos circuit as usual. The GP Brazil of Formula 1, 2016 has started very wet, with low visibility. Hamilton has failed to finish first, followed by his team-mate, therefore he clipped a few points in the world but they are still insufficient. Anything can happen still, but for that you would need an accident or an abandonment of Rosberg, or any other combination that make the German does not score points in the last race of the world.
The first victim of the rain has been Romain Grosjean, when at the exit of the last turn the French Haas is out by aquaplaning, when I had not even started the GP (who by the way has been delayed due to the dangerousness of the track). Then the race is started behind the safety car, something which is justified by the low visibility we had today, that in some cameras subjective was afraid to even. We have also seen some spinning tops for the track as sliding.
Ericsson has starred in the return of the Safety Car and shortly after a very strong crash in full straight Räikkönen has done is taken out the red flag. Something that has complained bitterly Vettel on the radio asking to be taken out the red flag shortly before this happens. The race has been chaotic in other ways, with some pilots who have been pushed out of the track as Vettel led Alonso and then Vettel has received his same medicine with Verstappen. Ricciardo has been punished for going into the pit lane when it was prohibited…
Then would come another red flag, this time holding back the race. Then relanzaría the race with the fifth period of Safety Car to have to come back out a few laps later by another accident of Massa. A penalty for the brazilian, who was not just in the home GP, but it is also their last home GP in F1 because it will be removed as you know at the end of this season. At the end of the race we have seen many interesting fights between pilots and ending with Alonso in the points with his 10th position and a plethoric Carlos Sáinz in 6th position.
|3||Max Verstappen||Red Bull||+21″481||71|
|4||Sergio Perez||Force India||+25″346||71|
|6||Carlos Sainz Jr.||Toro Rosso||+29″160||71|
|7||Nico Hülkenberg||Force India||+29″827||71|
|8||Daniel Ricciardo||Red Bull||+30″486||71|
|10||1 Fernando Alonso||McLaren-Honda||+44″432||71|
|13||Daniil Kvyat||Toro Rosso||+51″192||71|
Impressive GP of Brazil with some sweet and sour. It has certainly been an exciting career, and moved, as I usually like to fans. To congratulate Carlos and we can only the thorn of not having seen Fernando fight for positions above. I hope that this world is fire in the next race all out for the spaniards and that will be the beginning of a more promising future for our. Remember, next and last appointment in Abu Dahbi… After that, we expect a F1 2017, with a few changes of technical regulations is very large as you know and cars are much more aggressive, extreme, and several seconds faster.