Valtteri Bottas clinches pole position for the 2017 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Narrow margins between Mercedes’ Flying Finn and Ferrari’s German decided pole position as the 2017 Formula One champion crashed in Q1 having not set a time. Leaving Lewis Hamilton at the rear of the field, with his Silver Arrows team-mate clinching pole over Vettel by just four-hundredths of a second.
Track records already bettered as Hamilton set the pace at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Straight out the cargo containers at the Autodromo Jose Carlos Pace, Lewis Hamilton laid down the pace with his fourth star sitting atop his helmet. The newly crowned champion bettered the Interlagos track record, set by the Rubens Barrichello 13 years ago, to edge his Mercedes team-mate in a special Formula One session featuring champions from four different categories of motorsport.