Lewis Hamilton leads Nico Rosberg during a very wet Brazilian F1 Grand Prix, which left the Briton 12 points behind his Mercedes team-mate with one race to go. Photograph: Mark Thompson/Getty Images
A breathless and chaotically wet Brazilian Grand Prix concluded with yet another Mercedes one-two at Interlagos, as Lewis Hamilton won to draw level with Nico Rosberg on nine wins apiece for the season. With five appearances of the safety car and two stoppages this was one of the wettest races ever witnessed, eclipsing even that title decider played out here in 2012. It added up to over three hours of high skill and considerable bravery.
Well done Lewis on your great win yesterday in Brazil, as some of us here have said just concentrate on what you do best and forget the silly things that have been going on of late?
Its down to the wire now, you have done great to cut the deficit between you and Nico’ which was not of your doing, so now get to Abu Dhabi in the right frame of mind get that all important pole position then let the fighting for position behind you go on between others.
The very best of luck for the last race of the season?