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After Brazil
Championship Standings:

Drivers' Standings
1 Lewis Hamilton 383
2 Sebastian Vettel 302
3 Kimi Raikkonen 251
4 Valtteri Bottas 237
5 Max Verstappen 234
6 Daniel Ricciardo 158
7 Nico Hulkenberg 69
8 Sergio Perez 58
9 Kevin Magnussen 55
10 Fernando Alonso 50
11 Esteban Ocon 49
12 Carlos Sainz 45
13 Romain Grosjean 35
14 Charles Leclerc 33
15 Pierre Gasly 29
16 Stoffel Vandoorne 12
17 Marcus Ericsson 9
18 Lance Stroll 6
19 Brendon Hartley 4
20 Sergey Sirotkin 1

Constructors' Standings
1 Mercedes 620
2 Ferrari 553
3 Red Bull Renault 392
4 Renault 114
5 Haas Ferrari 90
6 Mclaren Renault 62
7 Force India Mercedes 48
8 Sauber Ferrari 42
9 Toro Rosso Honda 33
10 Williams Mercedes 7

Latest F1 News and Commentary

Brazilian GP post-race press conference
  Verstappen expresses his frustration with Ocon
1. Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2. Max VERSTAPPEN (Red Bull)
3. Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
Hamilton gifted Brazil win after Ocon punts Verstappen
  Mercedes wins 5th straight title
Mercedes protege Esteban Ocon spun out Max Verstappen from the lead while Lewis Hamilton kept his nose clean - and ultimately secured his 10th triumph of the season in the Brazilian GP. A solid performance from the Brit, converting pole to victory, and it's a memorable day for Mercedes too...Hamilton's victory, coupled with Bottas' fifth was enough to ensure the double title for the Silver Arrows with Hamilton winning the drivers title and Mercedes the Constructors title. 
Brazilian GP post-qualifying press conference
  Top-3 qualifiers

1 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2 - Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
3 - Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes)

Hamilton beats Vettel for pole in Brazil
  Vettel under investigation
As we predicted after final practice, sandbagging Lewis Hamilton would beat Sebastian Vettel for pole in the Brazilian GP and he did just that. Hamilton's lap of 1m07.291s put his Mercedes 0.093s ahead of Vettel's Ferrari to take his 10th pole of the year and 100th for Mercedes all-time. Valtteri Bottas was third quick in the 2nd Mercedes while Kimi Raikkonen and Max Verstappen rounded out the top-5.
Brazilian GP Friday Press Conference
  Team Reps
Jonathan Eddolls (Toro Rosso)
Nick CHESTER (Renault)
Ayao KOMATSU (Haas)
Jock CLEAR (Ferrari)
Rob SMEDLEY (Williams)
Fernando Alonso and Jimmie Johnson talk car swap
  Will Alonso like NASCAR so much he will skip IndyCar?
JIMMIE JOHNSON, NO. 48 LOWE’S POWER OF PRIDE CAMARO ZL1, was joined by two-time Formula 1 champion Fernando Alonso via Skype from Sao Paulo, Brazil during his media availability to discuss their impending ride swap in Bahrain. Full Transcript:
Brazilian GP Thursday Press Conference
  From Interlagos
Brendon HARTLEY (Toro Rosso)
Kevin MAGNUSSEN (Haas)
Lance STROLL (Williams)
Marcus ERICSSON (Sauber)
Stoffel VANDOORNE (McLaren)
Autosport Awards: All you need to know
  36th year and going strong
Hollywood's has the Oscars while racing car drivers have the Autosport Awards. On second of December the majority of the Motorsport drivers will make their way to the Grosvenor House Hotel in London. All the lovers of cars, racing and speed are going to gather and enjoy a night full of glamor and celebration of racing's best. If you are into sports betting with Ladbrokes, we are sure you have already tried your hands betting at some of the matches.
Q&A with new SPM IndyCar driver Marcus Ericsson
  IndyCar was the right move for my future
Schmidt Peterson Motorsports announced yesterday that Marcus Ericsson will pilot the No. 7 Honda for the 2019 IndyCar Series season. The current Alfa Romeo Sauber F1 Team driver will make the move to the North American open-wheel racing series following the conclusion of Formula One’s season later this year in Abu Dhabi.  The Kumla, Sweden native is a two-time champion (Formula BMW UK, 2007; Japanese Formula Three, 2009), and has twice claimed the Swedish Junior Racer of the Year award (2007, 2009).
Daimler celebrates Hamilton's fifth World Championship
  Hamilton is one of only 3 F1 drivers who have won 5 or more titles
When Lewis Hamilton crossed the finish line yesterday to be crowned FIA Formula One World Champion for the fifth time in his career, not only the team at the race track in Mexico celebrated. Many Daimler employees in Germany and around the world had watched the race on TV, keeping their fingers crossed for their colleagues at the track. One of them was Dieter Zetsche, Chairman of the Board of Management of Daimler AG and Head of Mercedes-Benz Cars. 
Mexican GP post-race press conference
  Top3 plus Hamilton
1 – Max VERSTAPPEN (Red Bull Racing)
2 – Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
3 – Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
Verstappen tops Vettel in Mexico, Hamilton wins title
  Hamilton locks up 5th World title
Red Bull ace Max Verstappen has won his 2nd Mexican GP in a row with an easy win over Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel. Verstappen took the lead at the start from polesitter Daniel Ricciardo and was never headed. Kimi Raikkonen completed the podium in the 2nd Ferrari while Lewis Hamilton was over 1-minute behind in 4th, but scored enough points to lock up the 2018 F1 driving title.  Valtteri Bottas rounded out the top-5 for Mercedes.
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