FP1 - Mercedes make dominant start to Brazil weekend
Nov 11, 2017, 00:24
The Briton, who clinched his crown last time out in Mexico, edged Mercedes team-mate Valtteri Bottas in each 90-minute session in Sao Paulo, with Ferrari and Red Bull again taking the chief supporting roles.
Red Bull's Mexican GP victor Max Verstappen was the only driver to set a laptime in the first 10 minutes - but his initial benchmark was quickly surpassed by the soft-shod Mercedes of Bottas, the Finn ending his first run on a 1m10.102s laptime.
"It's been a good day", said Hamilton, who arrived at Interlagos on Thursday nursing a cold and will be chasing his 10th win of the season on Sunday.
"Obviously, both cars have got bits that they (the engineers) are having a look at for future events", said Horner. "It will be great to finish the season with at least one more victory".
"I had messages from so many people", he added.
"As you would expect I'm hoping for another damp race weekend as I don't think we can be as competitive there in the dry, especially with the elevation changes on the straight", said Verstappen.
The Finn had been closest to the Mercedes duo in the first session but Australian Daniel Ricciardo filled that position later on for Red Bull.
Red Bull's Max Verstappen was fifth ahead of Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen.
"I'm not expecting anyone to completely ruin his race for me, so as I said it all depends on the situation".
Gasly managed just one timed lap, and five in total, before he was sidelined by another MGU-H issue, while Hartley suffered an on-track engine failure during the early stages of the session. Hamilton and Mercedes have won the drivers' and constructors' title.
New Zealander Brendon Hartley, who won the world endurance championship for the second time last weekend, failed to set a time on the morning of his 28th birthday thanks to an engine blowup while French rookie Pierre Gasly also stopped early on.
"I have got these two races to go and I think this is a better time than ever to apply even more pressure, just because I can".
Lance Stroll was 11th for Williams, ahead of Mercedes-backed GP3 champion George Russell, who received his first run out for Force India.
The 982.20m long and 7m width Bhairab Railway Bridge was built at a cost of 5.67bn taka, with construction beginning in 2013. On the occasion, Narendra Modi said the ties of friendship between India and Bangladesh have further strengthened.
Still, here was are in November and Elliott has yet to miss a single game through the first nine weeks of the regular season. It wasn't immediately clear how soon the court would rule on Elliott's claim that he was treated unfairly by the NFL.
Another interesting bit about this game is the reveal of a new " Portkey Games", a part of Warner Bros. You could say that the success experienced by Niantic's Pokémon Go AR game has been downright magical.
Units assigned to the strike force will conduct coordinated operations in global waters to demonstrate the U.S. The regime added that Trump's very visit to South Korea was meant to "light the fuse for a nuclear war".
Michael McCaul, the Chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee, said at a public hearing Wednesday . It's unclear if our airport in Detroit was part of this testing. "I found that briefing disturbing", Rep.
The first tablet to mirror the most recognisable change of the iPhone X could arrive later next year, the sources say. Apple is planning to overhaul its iPad for 2018, slicing away bezels along with the TouchID fingerprint sensor.
Patricia made a decision to marry Misty because her name wasn't on her daughter's birth certificate, documents say. Patricia Spann, 44, and Misty Spann, 26, were accused of having an incestuous relationship. .
In June 2016, the company won a patent for a device with a wraparound, translucent display. "AR is going to change everything". With augmented reality, you aren't shut off from the world around you, but virtual elements can be overlaid on the real world.
Experts also found that drinking alcohol can have an adverse effect on treatment and outcomes for patients with cancer. LoConte of the University of Wisconsin added that "even moderate alcohol use can cause cancer".