Lewis Hamilton really is the greatest of all-time, advantage Ferrari in the midfield battle… and DON’T mess with Toto Wolff – FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED from an incredible Brazilian Grand Prix

The 2021 F1 season is turning into one of the best ever, with genuine rivalries, an incredible title battle and some of the most impressive driving you could imagine. Yes, he has a brilliant car, but it takes more than that to be a world champion. That takes them 31.5 points ahead of their rivals McLaren with three races to go, and if they can see it out it will be a miraculous recovery from their sixth-placed finish in 2020. The main talking point of the race – bar Hamilton’s brilliant drive – came at turn four of lap 48, when the Brit had finally got close enough to take on Verstappen, with the help of DRS at the end of the straight. Hamilton got round the outside of his Red Bull rival and seemed to take the lead, only for both drivers to go wide, with Verstappen then reclaiming his position.

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