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This week's Badgerometer looks into the history books of the land of Samba, and picks the best drivers to hail from Brazil. Enjoy!
In the winter of 1992 a secret test occured in Phoenix, Arizona. It concerned the CART team Penske, one of the most successful in...
The final part of our driver analysis looks at the back end of the grid, known in these parts as the Sleeping Dogs. This...
The fierce midfield fight is the focus for part two of our driver analysis, otherwise known as the Chasing Dogs.
The final race of the season did lead to some interesting stories, and the Badgerometer is switched on to bring you the Top 5 from the Brazilian Grand Prix!
Our first foray into the fast and not-so-fast of the Brazilian Grand Prix starts at the sharp end of the grid - otherwise known as the Top Dogs.
Sebastian Vettel took the record for most pole positions in a season with his 15th top spot in Brazil, beating fellow Red Bull driver...
Anyone who relies on helmets for recognising drivers in their cars is going to have a bit of a headache this weekend, with a whole load of 'special' lids being used, three of which are all paying homage to the late great Ayrton Senna.
Friday in Brazil saw good, sunny hot weather and ideal track conditions for what Mark Webber referred to as "the final day of testing...
As the race unfolded, we had a variety of leaders - poleman Rubens Barrichello lost the lead into the first corner to David Coulthard, who was then caught and passed by team-mate Kimi Raikkonen. Kimi then had to fend off Juan Pablo Montoya, but the Columbian then fell back into the clutches of Coulthard and the other Ferrari of Michael Schumacher.
Massa on two wheels, funny birds at Force India, Perez reads the papers, Alonso goes for a jog - yep, it's the Brazilian GP weekend...!?
Ayrton Senna had set the F1 world on fire since 1984, and by the time he came to race at home in 1991 - his seventh try - he was a double world champion and well on his way to being regarded as one of the greats. But, savouring a race victory at Interlagos was something missing off his already impressive list of achievements.
The last race to be held on the Jacarepagua circuit in Rio was to prove an exciting one as the 1989 season began in earnest. The changes in drivers around the front running teams meant there was an air of excitement, amplified by the fact that Ayrton Senna was now a World Champion...
The first race of the 1986 season, highly regarded as one of the best seasons the sport has ever seen, started at the Jacarepaguá circuit in Rio de Janiero, and the local crowd wasn't disappointed by their home heroes.
The first of our features on classic Brazilian Grand Prix starts, appropriately, at the very beginning. After a trial non-championship race in 1972, it wasn't until the following season did the tyres hit the Sao Paulo in championship anger.
Come and enjoy the 2011 Formula 1 Brazilian Grand Prix LIVE with loads of like-minded F1 fans in Central London, complete with the Big GP Quiz and prize raffle - a unique event that cannot be missed!