Rain in the morning, then a warm and sunny afternoon. Sao Paolo weather keeps true to its tradition of unpredictability, which should make the coming challenge even more interesting. With two races to go, Scuderia Ferrari drivers are determined to make the most of them.
“Obviously, time passes and that helps”, Seb comments. “Mexico was a big disappointment, but here it’s a different race and a new challenge that we are looking forward to. For these last two Grands Prix, we want to do everything really well as a team and enjoy the weekends. We don’t stop developing our car and this year we have improved it in order to give us advantages also for the future. Development is an ongoing process and since the regulations don’t change that much, there are many things we can learn from this season and carry over into next year. I really like this track, although not so much the fact that they change the kerbs every year, but it’s not my decision. However, overall, it’s a great place and I am looking forward to racing here.”
“Interlagos is a nice track, a short one with not so many corners,” says Kimi. “Racing is quite tricky here and usually a lot happens. I had some good races and some bad ones, but it’s always been very interesting. The weather can change very quickly and, on track, we’re all very close to one another because of the short lap time. Although both championships are now decided, our aim is still the same; as at any other race, we are here to fight for the win and do the best we can. Then at the end of the season we’ll see where we end up”.