Lewis Hamilton lashes out at F1 management after robbery in Brazil

Bottas ready to step up

This is not the first time that such an incident has transpired.

Sunday's race is the penultimate round of the season.

Armed robbers have held up a Mercedes Formula One team minibus outside the Brazilian Grand Prix circuit in Sao Paulo on Friday night (local time) but nobody was hurt, a spokesman says.

Click through the gallery above to see all the best snaps as Lewis Hamilton crashes out during qualifying for the Brazilian Grand Prix! Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel will join the Finn on the front row of the starting grid with his Finnish teammate Kimi Raikkonen third and Red Bull's Max Verstappen fourth.

Hamilton, who won his fourth Formula One championship two week ago in Mexico, walked away from the vehicle without appearing injured and will start at the back of the grid on Sunday. "I tend to just look at it as challenges are what makes life interesting and overcoming them makes life meaningful", Hamilton told Sky Sports.

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"I am still a bit shaken, but it is a good feeling".

"It's really good to start on the pole here, we have a good auto, it's going to be a close race still with Ferrari, but I'd rather start from pole than, for example, from P3". It was just a nice lap. "Of course it is a shame Lewis wasn't there in Q2 and Q3 to fight for the pole, but yeah, I'm happy that after we proceeded out of Q1 with just the one vehicle I could still deliver and we could still get the pole".

Sergio Perez was sixth for Force India ahead of resurgent two-time champion Fernando Alonso of McLaren Honda, Nico Hulkenberg and his Renault team-mate Carlos Sainz.

Vettel, who is 15 points ahead of third-placed Bottas in the title race, admitted he did not commit fully to his lap. I chickened out a little bit with the brakes.

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