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Sebastian Vettel won Formula One's season-ending Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday, matching Michael Schumacher's record of 13 victories in a year and equaling the nine consecutive wins of Alberto Ascari.
When Sebastian Vettel eventually retires from Formula One, this season may be remembered as his best.
Lotus driver Kimi Raikkonen criticized the team Friday for not paying his salary this season and threatened to skip the final two races of the season in protest.
Jenson Button of McLaren set the fastest time in the final practice for the Brazilian Grand Prix on Saturday, with Formula One leader Sebastian Vettel second and title challenger Fernando Alonso only eighth.
Felipe Massa didn't like to hear the suggestion he could take Sebastian Vettel out on purpose at the Brazilian Grand Prix to help his Ferrari teammate win the Formula One title Sunday.
Lewis Hamilton won the pole position for the season-ending Brazilian Grand Prix on Saturday, while Formula One leader Sebastian Vettel will start fourth and title challenger Fernando Alonso seventh.
A poor qualifying run has left Fernando Alonso hoping for chaos Sunday in the Brazilian Grand Prix.