Five themes to watch for in Brazil
Mark Webber seeks to win his first race of the year. Felipe Massa tries to avoid a podium-less season, and many other drivers are aiming to prove a point ahead of next year. Edd Straw looks at the main stories ahead of the Brazilian GP
Webber's win-less wonder season
Given that his Red Bull team-mate has won 11 races this year, Mark Webber is determined to make his last chance to get off the mark in the 2011 count. He's always been fast at Interlagos (he put a Jaguar third on the grid here back in 2003) and won the 2009 race, so the circuit is clearly Webber territory.
His long-run pace looked good on Friday and the Australian lines up second on the grid. So what does he need to do to get that elusive win? Well, seeing as neither he nor Vettel would be especially keen on a victory gift, he needs to make the better start.
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