Both championships are over, but pride can still be won, and the Brazilian GP is a great one to win.
47th Brazilian GP, 37th race at Interlagos
4.309km long lap
71 lap race, 305.939km total distance
Interlagos has been won 15 times from pole (41.67%) and 14 times from second (38.89%)
Third shortest lap of the season, behind Monaco and Mexico
23 different drivers have won in Interlagos
Ferrari have nine wins at Interlagos, Michael Schumacher has four
A podium for Leclerc would be his 10th in F1
A Bottas win would be his 5th of the season
Hamilton is the only driver that has yet to retire from a race in 2019
Both of the Mercedes drivers are the only drivers to have reached every single Q3 session of the year
Emerson Fittipaldi’s 70s sideburns are around 3 inches long, you’d need 56,548 sideburns to lap around Interlagos and 31,168,495 sideburns to completely cover the track.
The largest bird in Brazil is the Greater Rhea, a flightless bird similar to an Emu or Ostrich, capable of running up to speeds over 60kph. Using 55kph as the average speed around the Interlagos circuit the Greater Rhea would complete a single lap in 4:42.044.