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- Ferrari insists that it has changed 'nothing' on its power unit following the latest Formula 1 engine rules technical directives, despite rivals suspecting its straightline speed advantage has been reduced - The Mercedes Formula 1 team's performance at the Brazilian Grand Prix is being affected by the high-altitude conditions more than it expected, says Valtteri Bottas - Ferrari's inability to score pole position at the last two Formula 1 grands prix having held a strong qualifying advantage before that is "interesting", says Mercedes technical director James Allison - Daniel Ricciardo insists he feels happy rather than bitter about his previous Formula 1 team Red Bull-Honda's impressive form, after Max Verstappen took another pole at the Brazilian Grand Prix - McLaren Formula 1 driver Carlos Sainz Jr will start from the back of the grid in Brazil because an ignition wiring issue caused a loss of power in his engine - Charles Leclerc has said his Ferrari Formula 1 car was fast enough to top Brazilian Grand Prix qualifying and only a "stupid" mistake on his part prevented it - Lewis Hamilton has blamed being down on power against Formula 1 rivals Red Bull-Honda and Ferrari for Mercedes failing to get on the Brazilian Grand Prix front row
- A battle between the best of the older generation and the the strongest of the new one is one to anticipate with relish. - Red Bull's Max Verstappen beat Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel to pole position at the Brazilian Grand Prix. - The Brazilian GP hosts another Lewis Hamilton title-winning party but how will the other drivers fare in front of the passionate Interlagos crowd? - F1 commentator Jack Nicholls gives the breakdown on Lewis Hamilton's champion status after winning his sixth world drivers' title. - Follow the penultimate race of the 2019 Formula 1 season across BBC Radio 5 Live, the BBC Sport website and mobile app. - Lewis Hamilton says he wants to continue in Formula 1, but will take his time in negotiating a new contract - almost certainly with Mercedes. - Sebastian Vettel leads Charles Leclerc to a Ferrari one-two in an incident-packed second practice session at the Brazilian Grand Prix.