Podium a huge surprise for Hamilton
Lewis Hamilton admitted he was very surprised to have finished on the podium at the Brazilian Grand Prix after having started from the back of the grid.
Buemi glad to be back in the points
Sebastien Buemi was glad to return to the point-scoring positions after finishing in seventh place at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Horner hails Red Bull's season
Red Bull team principal Christian Horner said that his squad can be very proud of its performance this season following Mark Webber's victory in the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Barrichello upbeat despite no glory
Rubens Barrichello remained upbeat despite losing the world championship title to his Brawn team-mate Jenson Button in the Brazilian Grand Prix - insisting that 2009 had still been an incredible season for him too.
Fernando Alonso believes that a decent points haul was ruined by his retirement from the Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos.
Kobayashi sorry to miss out on points
Kamui Kobayashi was disappointed to miss out on a points finish at the Brazilian Grand Prix, although he admitted he was pleased to finish the race.
Raikkonen: First lap chaos cost podium
Kimi Raikkonen says his first-lap clash cost him the chance of finishing on the podium at the Brazilian Grand Prix.
Fry: Button proved he deserves title
Brawn GP CEO Nick Fry reckons Jenson Button dismissed any doubts about whether he would be a worthy champion with his drive from 14th on the grid to a title-clinching fifth place finish in Brazil.
Trulli fined for off-track behaviour
The Brazilian Grand Prix stewards deemed no action was needed following the accident involving Jarno Trulli and Adrian Sutil.
However, the Italian was reprimanded and fined $10,000 for his behaviour when discussing the incident with Sutil off the track.
McLaren fined for pitlane incident
The McLaren team has been fined $50,000 for the Brazilian Grand Prix incident that triggered a fire in the pitlane.
Button: Brawn deserves a medal
Ross Brawn "deserves a medal" for guiding Jenson Button to the Formula 1 world title at the Brazilian Grand Prix, according to the newly-crowned Briton.
Barrichello lends Button his plane
Newly crowned world champion Jenson Button will be allowed to celebrate his title with his team, friends and family in Brazil on Sunday night - after Brawn GP team-mate Rubens Barrichello generously laid on his private jet to take the Briton back home on Monday morning.
I forgot to mention the most surprising podium taker Robert Kubica in a BMW who would have thought that. And why Heikki's fuel hose was been removed by Brawn team mechanics while last year in almost the same incident at Singapore GP Ferrari crew have to go towards the Massa's car to remove the hanging hose and remember they first have to attend Kimi who was also in pits for his pitstop which make Massa to wait longer then Heikki. Here is a GIF image of the incident
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