Sao Paulo, Nov 16 (IANS) Following are the results from the Formula One Brazilian Grand Prix at Interlagos on Sunday, according to Xinhua.

1. Nico Rosberg (Germany/Mercedes) 1:31:09.090 (average: 201,363 km/h)

2. Lewis Hamilton (Britain/Mercedes) 7.756 seconds behind

3. Sebastian Vettel (Germany/Ferrari) 14.244

4. Kimi Raikkonen (Finland/Ferrari) 47.543

5. Valtteri Bottas (Finland/Williams) at one lap

6. Nico Hulkenberg (Germany/Force India) one lap

7. Daniil Kvyat (Russia/Red Bull) one lap

8. Felipe Massa (Brazil/Williams) one lap

9. Romain Grosjean (France/Lotus) one lap

10. Max Verstappen (Netherlands/Toro Rosso) one lap

11. Pastor Maldonado (Venezuela/Lotus) one lap

12. Daniel Ricciardo (Australia/Red Bull) one lap

13. Sergio Perez (Mexico/Force India) one lap

14. Felipe Nasr (Brazil/Sauber AG) one lap

15. Jenson Button (Britain/McLaren) one lap

16. Fernando Alonso (Spain/McLaren) one lap

17. Marcus Ericsson (Sweden/Sauber AG) two laps

18. Will Stevens (Britain/Marussia) four laps

19. Alexander Rossi (United States/Marussia) four laps Carlos Sainz Jr (Spain/Toro Rosso), retired after first lap.

Overall standings Drivers:

1. Lewis Hamilton (Britain) 363.0 points

2. Nico Rosberg (Germany) 297.0

3. Sebastian Vettel (Germany) 266.0

4. Valtteri Bottas (Finland) 136.0

5. Kimi Raikkonen (Finland) 135.0

6. Felipe Massa (Brazil) 121.0

7. Daniil Kvyat (Russia) 94.0

8. Daniel Ricciardo (Australia) 84.0

9. Sergio Perez (Mexico) 68.0

10. Nico Hulkenberg (Germany) 52.0

11. Max Verstappen (Netherlands) 48.0

12. Romain Grosjean (France) 47.0

13. Felipe Nasr (Brazil) 27.0

14. Pastor Maldonado (Venezuela) 26.0

15. Carlos Sainz Jr (Spain) 18.0

16. Jenson Button (Britain) 16.0

17. Fernando Alonso (Spain) 11.0

18. Marcus Ericsson (Sweden) 9.0

 

Constructors:

1. Mercedes 660.0 points

2. Ferrari 401.0

3. Williams 257.0

4. Red Bull 178.0

5. Force India 120.0

6. Lotus 73.0

7. Toro Rosso 66.0

8. Sauber AG 36.0

9. McLaren 27.0

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