SAO PAULO (Reuters) – Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton handed Mercedes their 100th pole position at the Brazilian Grand Prix on Saturday while Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel qualified second but faced a stewards’ investigation for a weighbridge incident.
The pole was a record-extending 82nd of Hamilton’s career and his 10th of a season that has already seen the Briton clinch his fifth world championship.
Mercedes will seal the constructors’ title at Interlagos on Sunday unless Ferrari (NYSE:) outscore them by 13 points.
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