F1: 5 interesting records at the Brazilian Grand Prix
#2 Three Brazilians tied with two race wins each at Brazil
Among the least successful drivers here at Brazil is former local-hero Rubens Barrichello. For starters, none of his 11 race wins has resulted in him occupying the stop of the podium at Brazil, a track where from the onset of 1993, the former Ferrari driver endured over 10 race-retirements.
But what's most interesting is that a trio of famous Brazilian drivers- Felipe Massa, Emerson Fittipaldi, and Ayrton Senna- are tied where it comes to holding the exact number of wins at Brazil.
Each of these drivers has won their home race on 2 separate occasions.
While Senna won at Interlagos back in 1991 and 1993, and Fittipaldi winning in 1973 and 1974, former Ferrari driver Felipe Massa would win here in 2006 and 2008.
Unfortunately, there's no Brazilian driver on the grid currently. Who do you think would prevail in the 2018-run?