Lewis Hamilton says Brazilian Grand Prix is part of F1's 'heritage' but the country's financial crisis means Interlagos' future is uncertain 

Lewis Hamilton emphasised how much the Brazilian Grand Prix meant to him after winning in the wet on Sunday, but the race's future on the Formula One calendar remains clouded by uncertainty.
'I just assume this is going to be on the grand prix calendar because it is one of the best races,' said the triple champion after succeeding at Interlagos, his boyhood idol Ayrton Senna's home track, for the first time.
'It is part of the heritage of Formula One. We cannot lose this grand prix.'
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14 November 2016 in Sport, Views: 33
Source: Daily Mail

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