Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix weekend.
Situated in one of the world’s largest cities, Interlagos reflects extreme differences in wealth.
Lewis Hamilton’s helmet acquired a fifth championship star.
Renault weren’t competitive in Brazil and Nico Hulkenberg’s crash on Friday didn’t help matters.
Valtteri Bottas attacked the pit lane entry in spectacular fashion.
Rubens Barrichello and Felipe Massa
For the first time ever there was no Brazilian driver on the grid for the Brazilian Grand Prix, but former home favourites Rubens Barrichello kept the crowd happy.
Hamilton held his lead at the start and helped Bottas get around Sebastian Vettel for second place.
Max Verstappen made light work of the Ferraris, then hunted down and passed both Mercedes to take the lead.
Damage incurred in a lap one collision with Kevin Magnussen ultimately forced Marcus Ericsson to retire.
Esteban Ocon and Max Verstappen
Verstappen was on course for victroy until this stunning misjudgement by Esteban Ocon.
Max Verstappen and Lewis Hamilton
While Verstappen rejoined the track, Hamilton motored past to collect his 10th win of the year.
That victory sealed a fifth consecutive constructors’ championship for Mercedes.
2018 Brazilian Grand Prix
- “I have this Force India behind…”: Team radio highlights from the Brazilian GP
- Why the “scary” Hamilton-Sirotkin near-miss in Brazil wasn’t investigated
- Hamilton takes 19th win in two years, needs 19 more to equal Schumacher
- 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix Star Performers
- Verstappen needs to lose “raw edges” to become champion – Wolff