The match at Interlagos starts at 6:10 pm on Sunday. Formula One reporter Erik van Haren reports live at GP.
The Brazilian Grand Prix is threatening to come back
Verstappen set the fifth time in qualifying. The Dutch Red Bull driver was almost half a second slower than Lewis Hamilton on the Interlagos circuit in Sao Paulo. The world champion won pole position with 1.07.281 time, a new track record.
Verstappen must tolerate weapons
Hamilton was insured two weeks ago in Mexico. Verstappen won the match in Mexico City. On Sunday, the Dutchman must accept Mercedes and Hamilton Valtteri Bottas (third) and Ferraris of Sebastian Vettel (second) and Kimi Räikkönen (fourth) in the original grid in Brazil.
Verstappen positive vote
"Although I was still very upset about the slow corners, I'm still fifth. We are not too far," said Verstappen Ziggo Sport. "I expect the hole will be bigger, it's not very bad, I think we can handle it well enough in the race."
Hamilton, who took his place for the tenth time this season for the 82nd time, showed his helmet to Brazilian fans after qualifying. The five-time world champion then gave the name Ayrton Senna.
Verstappen focuses on the casket and the next season