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Which driver did the best job during the Brazilian Grand Prix weekend?
Red Bull decided against using team orders in Brazil.
Fernando Alonso saw his championship lead cut from 11 points to eight in Brazil.
McLaren never looked like they had the pace to challenge Red Bull and Ferrari in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Nico H?â??lkenberg finished eighth after starting from his first ever pole position.
The 2009 constructors’ champions finish fourth in the championship this year.
The Brazilian Grand Prix saw the most finishers of all time – matching the record set in 1952.
Force India fall behind Williams in the constructors’ championship with one race left.
Kubica spent much of the race stuck behind H?â??lkenberg and unable to pass the Williams.
Kobayashi claimed a point for tenth and was trying to pass Kubica for ninth as the race ended.
Alguersuari was 11th for the third race in a row having once again lost tenth in the closing stages.
Lotus are set to finish 2010 as best new team having got both their cars ahead of their rivals in Brazil.
Timo Glock started in front of the two Lotuses but ended the race trailing the green cars once again.
Fuel pressure problems meant Christian Klien lost four laps but he completed enough to be classified.
How Nico Rosberg managed to pit twice in three laps without losing a place.
Here’s a selection of pictures from the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel led a comfortable one-two for Red Bull in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
A one-two in Brazil gives Red Bull their first constructors’ championship title.
Sebastian Vettel scored his fourth win of 2010 in Interlagos.