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12 November 2017, 01:10 | Pamela Mathis
GLOBO ESPORTELewis Hamilton says he's not lost his competitive edge ahead of the Brazilian Grand Prix
The harrowing incidents - which are likely to raise security concerns ahead of the penultimate round of the season here in Brazil - mark the second time in a little more than 12 months a Mercedes' staff member has been robbed at gun point.
Even if Bottas does believe Vettel has the faster auto, the odds at least are on his side - the last four Grands Prix at Interlagos have all been won from pole position, the last three of them by Mercedes.
Despite his solid performance in FP2, Ricciardo faces an uphill battle after receiving a 10-place grid penalty for using an eighth MGU-H. "Please say a prayer for my guys who are here as professionals today even if shaken", wrote Hamilton.
"It was a shame that Lewis is out, a shame for us, but I stood up for the team and it is good to start from pole position here".
Hartley finished nearly two seconds slower than Bottas in 17th place.
"The lap was fine [but] I knew I had a bit left".
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Not by coincidence, the title of her book is " Hacks ". "I don't want the Dianne Feinsteins and Nancy Pelosi to leave the room". Brazile said she sure hoped each and every member of the audience would buy a copy of the book for $28, plus tax.
The 32-year-old Englishman remained in his cockpit for some moments before informing his team that he was not injured in the high-speed smash.
Hamilton was resigned to his first Q1 knockout in over a year when he crashed out of qualifying at Interlagos on Saturday, slamming into the barrier on his first flying lap.
"I tend to just look at it as challenges are what makes life interesting and overcoming them makes life meaningful".
"I feel good", said Bottas.
"I just need to take whatever bubble of negativity comes from that experience and move forwards and try and grow from it".
"Working with the engineers and myself, the last three races I think it has been every time a step up".
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Menard, a combat engineer, will be the keynote speaker, discussing the contributions of Army engineers during war and peace. Wampsville - Madison County will honor its veterans with a ceremony at its county veterans memorial at 11 a.m.