Hamilton wins in Brazil to keep slim F1 Championship hopes alive
Lewis Hamilton delivered a wet-weather masterclass at a chaotic Brazilian Grand Prix to take the championship battle into the final race of the season.
Nico Rosberg, who crossed the line at a rain-soaked Interlagos in second place, would have been crowned champion had he won here on Sunday.
But Hamilton kept his cool in a marathon race which was suspended on two occasions and took more than three hours to complete as persistent rain wreaked havoc in Sao Paulo.
Rosberg however, now has to secure a top-three finish in Abu Dhabi in a fortnight's time to clinch his maiden title.