Slick tracks, spin outs, and rain delays, made qualifying a real challenge at the Formula 1 Grand Prix in Brazil. The final race of the Formula 1 season was off to a wet start for the teams. Although there were no real surprises at the end of the day, anything can happen on race day. The starting grid line-up will be, F1 World Champion, Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel, on pole position. Nico Rosberg with Mercedes and Fernando Alonzo with Ferrari rounded out the top three. Not to be ignored was retiring Red Bull driver Mark Webber and Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton coming in fourth and fifth, respectively. Hometown favorite and Brazilian Felipe Massa with Ferrari came in ninth place, to his own personal disappointment. Starting grid position will mean nothing on race day if, there's a down pour of rain. It's a well-settled fact that, rain, speed, and a slick track, are real game changers.
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