The complete 2009 Brazilian GP review

The complete 2009 Brazilian GP review

An in-depth look back at a race that saw Mark Webber win as Button and Brawn wrapped up the titles, including every vital statistic you need to know from Interlagos

PRACTICE

Practice 1 - Friday AM

Friday in Brazil was considerably drier than it had been in Japan two weeks earlier, but it was not without its moments. It started more-or-less dry though, and it was Mark Webber that made the pace in the first 90 minutes of practice at Interlagos.

The Australian traded times with home town hero Rubens Barrichello, both of whom set their fastest times after a mid-session interlude was prompted by a huge rain shower.

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