The complete Brazilian Grand Prix review

The complete Brazilian Grand Prix review

In a race that promised much, the season-ending Brazilian Grand Prix rather mirrored 2011 in its eventual Red Bull domination. AUTOSPORT analyses the finale weekend and explains in detail, how Mark Webber finally broke his duck and beat world champion Sebastian Vettel

PRACTICE

Practice one

Though rain was forecast for later in the weekend, the Brazilian Grand Prix commenced with clear skies, a dry track and hot temperatures - plus a Red Bull versus McLaren battle.

It was Mark Webber who came out on top for the champion team, his 1m13.811s lap edging out McLaren's Jenson Button by 0.014s.

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