F1 Paddock Notebook – Brazilian GP Sunday

– The first Brazilian Grand Prix without any home drivers on the grid came with some relief for the organizers, who saw an attendance increase in comparison to last year.
Sebastian Vettel: “- Ferrari claimed after the race that a pre-race sensor issue on Vettel’s car meant he had to run with incorrect settings for the whole race.”
Even suffering with the tyres, Bottas managed to hold his rivals – apart from the aggressive Dutchman, who made it through early on – for most of the race, but ended up finishing in fifth.
– But the most disappointed driver – apart from the angry Verstappen – was Marcus Ericsson.

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