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I think it was a good race for us. I was hoping we could do something at the start, but it wasn't possible. They were a bit quicker, but we were probably a bit closer than other years. Not very exciting, I didn't have anyone to fight with, but a good race.
I just killed my tyres. It's such a shame - it's a great track, but you just can't get close enough to fight. I'm here to race, and when you both have to do the same order, it's kind of set from the beginning. I think that's what people want to see, but today it was relatively boring following in the tow. Nico has been driving fantastically well.
It was a great weekend for me here. Everything relative with what happened in Paris, but still very happy. I was able to control it and never give him a chance. I am pushing now, I was pushing at the beginning. I don't have an exact explanation for why it is going so well now.
It is only for the second time Nico Rosberg has won consecutive races as he has extended his career record to 13 wins after the success in the 2015 Brazilian Grand Prix. Lewis Hamilton's wait for his first win at Interlagos continues after he finished second on Sunday.
Race result of the 2015 Brazilian Grand Prix:
1. Nico Rosberg (GER) Mercedes 1:31:09.090s
2. Lewis Hamilton (GBR) Mercedes +07.7s
3. Sebastian Vettel (GER) Ferrari +14.2s
4. Kimi Raikkonen (FIN) Ferrari +47.5s
5. Valtteri Bottas (FIN) Williams +1 lap
6. Nico Hulkenberg (GER) Force India +1 lap
7. Daniil Kvyat (RUS) Red Bull +1 lap
8. Felipe Massa (BRZ) Williams +1 lap
9 Romain Grosjean (FRA) Lotus +1 lap
10 Max Verstappen (NED) Toro Rosso +1 lap
11 Pastor Maldonado (VEN) Lotus +1 lap
12 Daniel Ricciardo (AUS) Red Bull +1 lap
13 Sergio Perez (MEX) Force India +1 lap
14. Felipe Nasr (BRZ) Sauber +1 lap
15. Jenson Button (GBR) McLaren +1 lap
16. Fernando Alonso (ESP) McLaren +1 lap
17. Marcus Ericsson (SWE) Sauber +2 lap
18. Will Stevens (GBR) Manor +4 laps
19. Alexander Rossi (USA) Manor +4 laps
Unbelievable performance. [Nico] is as quick as Lewis. Now, at the moment, Nico's better.
Nico Rosberg was the best from start to finish as he wins the 2015 Brazilian Grand Prix. Hamilton finished second and it is yet another 1-2 for Mercedes.
Lap 71/71: FINAL LAP. All eyes will be on Rosberg as he is into the last lap. Meanwhile, first time since Japan, Raikkonen has not had a crash in the race. The crowd stands and Rosberg is in comfortable position to win the race with Hamilton behind him in the second place.
Lap 70/71: Two laps remaining and Rosberg is ahead of Hamilton with Vettel and Raikkonen in third and fourth respectively.
Lap 69/71: The gap up front has increased to over 5s now as Rosberg is in firm place to win the 2015 Brazilian Grand Prix.
Lap 68/71: Verstappen and Maldanado are fighting for the 10th spot. Rosberg and Hamilton lead the race up front.
Lap 66/71: Looks like there will be no change in the front five of the 2015 Brazilian Grand Prix.