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GP Week : Issue 233
The last time McLaren failed to score points in Brazil was their first race with Peugeot engines. It ended spectacularly when Martin Brundle was hit in the head by Jos Verstappen’s flying Benetton on his F1 debut 1994 Mercedes claimed a 100th front row start in their history in Interlagos 100 Fernando Alonso only completed 58 laps in the entire race weekend before completing 70 laps in the Grand Prix itself, to finish a lapped 16th 58 8 The Toro Rosso and Sauber teammates are tied at 9-9 in their qualifying battles this season, with one round remaining 9 31Mercedes broke their own F1 record for most front row starts in one season in Brazil, surpassing the 2014 total of 30 The race winner in Brazil has come from the front row in each of the last 8 years. The last exception to the rule was Kimi Raikkonen in 2007 DNF – For the second year running, only one car dropped out of the Brazilian GP 1 13 Nico Rosberg’s 13th win ties David Coulthard’s total. Only Sir Stirling Moss (16) has more wins in history by a driver without winning a title Only four cars finished on the lead lap in Brazil, the fewest since the 2014 Monaco Grand Prix. 4 32 GPWEEK.com // 32 GPWEEK.com // F1 >>> BRAZIL PARTNERS: the numbers