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F1: Best images from the Brazilian GP

Updated 1928 GMT (0328 HKT) November 12, 2017
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Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel raises a triumphant fist after winning Sunday's race at Interlagos. Clive Mason/Getty Images South America/Getty Images
Vettel (right) draws level with pole sitter Valtteri Bottas at the start of Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix. Mark Thompson/Getty Images South America/Getty Images
Vettel took the lead at the first corner, heading into the Senna Esses. Dan Istitene/Getty Images South America/Getty Images
After crashing out of qualifying in Q1, Lewis Hamilton was forced to start from the pit lane, following repairs to his Mercedes car. Aided by a early Safety Car, Hamilton was able to surge through the field in the early laps of the race. Clive Mason/Getty Images South America/Getty Images
Esteban Ocon had an early exit from the race -- the first time he has retired from a grand prix in 27 starts. The Force India driver was shunted by Romain Grojean and suffered a puncture. Grosjean was able to carry on but was hit by a 10-second time penalty by stewards for causing the collision. Clive Mason/Getty Images South America/Getty Images
As the first half of the race unfolded Vettel managed to extend his lead over Bottas. Mark Thompson/Getty Images South America/Getty Images
Max Verstappen leads his Red Bull Racing teammate Daniel Ricciardo. The Australian started the race from 14th after taking a 10-place grid penalty for a engine change. Dan Istitene/Getty Images South America/Getty Images
Felipe Massa, alongside son Felipinho, waves goodbye to F1 racing at Interlagos. The Williams driver is set to retire at the end of the 2017 season. Clive Mason/Getty Images South America/Getty Images
Fernando Alonso poses with fans ahead of Sunday's race. The McLaren driver started from P6 on the grid -- his highest-ever position on the grid since returning to the British team in 2015. NELSON ALMEIDA/AFP/AFP/Getty Images
Skateboarder Leticia Bufoni, climber Felipe Camargo, Capoeira master Artur Fiu and TV superstar Felipe Titto pose for a photo outside the Red Bull Racing garage ahead of the race. Mark Thompson/Getty Images South America/Getty Images