Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, of Britain, steers his car during the first free practice at the Interlagos race track in Sao Paulo, Brazil, Friday, Nov. 11, 2016. (AP Photo/Ricardo Mazalan)
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Triple world champion Lewis Hamilton gave Mercedes team mate Nico Rosberg a reminder on Friday that he will not hand over his Formula One title without a fight in Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix.Red Bull's Dutch teenager Max Verstappen was second on a sunny morning in Sao Paulo, a mere 0.096 slower than Hamilton, and looking like he could make life difficult for the two title contenders.Rosberg, who is unlikely to lose too much sleep over the Friday times, can clinch his first championship title if he wins on Sunday, wherever Hamilton finishes.Were Hamilton to win and Rosberg fail to score, the Briton would lead the championship to an Abu Dhabi finale that could crown either of the Mercedes drivers.
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