2014 Brazilian Grand Prix Saturday in Tweets

2014 Brazilian Grand Prix

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The Brazilian fans were out in force for Felipe Massa as the local hero made a bid for pole position at Interlagos.

Here’s the story of Saturday at the Brazilian Grand Prix on Twitter.

Third practice


With the absence of Marussia and Caterham, some teams now find themselves at the back of the grid.

Force India’s Mechanical designer hoped for rain, but there was to be no part three of Nico Hulkenberg’s Interlagos heroics as the circuit remained dry.

Pits and paddock



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2 comments on “2014 Brazilian Grand Prix Saturday in Tweets”

  1. Sounds like FI are banking hard on rain tomorrow

  2. The tweet from Tiff Needell got me thinking. Besides boring layouts Tilke tracks are also always very long in distance. Maybe he should get a chance somewhere to build a track that is sub 75 seconds aswell?

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