Bristish driver Lewis Hamilton of Mercedes AMG Petronas takes part in the first free practice at the Interlagos racetrack in Sao Paulo, Brazil on November 7, 2014 ahead of the Formula One World Championship next Sunday. AFP PHOTO/MIGUEL SCHINCARIOL
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Lewis Hamilton can set more British Formula One records in Brazil this weekend but it is the world championship he wants and that will have to wait.The Mercedes driver, who has already overtaken 1992 champion Nigel Mansell as his country's most successful in terms of race wins after chalking up his 32nd in Texas last weekend, can do both at Interlagos.Hamilton, who is 24 points clear of the German with 75 still to be won, will be doing his best to deliver another psychological hammer blow to his rival all the same on what promises to be a wet weekend.Rosberg, who now has the unwanted record for most second places in a season (10) as well as four wins, knows that a mechanical failure for Hamilton and a victory for him would turn everything around.
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