Hamilton in heavy Brazil crash, starts from back

Lewis Hamilton at Mexican Grand Prix Formula One F1 Mercedes

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.

Formula One world champ Lewis Hamilton is ballistic after a member of his Mercedes racing team was robbed at gunpoint in Sao Paulo, Brazil.

The 32-year-old, who secured his fourth drivers' world championship at the Mexican Grand Prix at the end of October, lost control of his Mercedes and slewed off into the barriers at Turn Six of the Interlagos circuit.

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"I spoke with them this morning and I said we were going to put it on pole position and cheer everyone up, so I'm glad we did that", Bottas explained. Sebastian Vettel of Ferrari was second, Kimi Raikkonen of Ferrari third, and Max Verstappen of Red Bull fourth.

Red Bull's Australian driver Daniel Ricciardo was fifth but incurred a 10-place grid penalty and will start from 15th. "It was a nice lap and I was so close with Sebastian through qualifying so it was great to get a good lap in".

"I'm very happy with the qualifying, from my side and also from the team's side, except the unfortunate off Lewis had in the beginning".

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Due to his failure to set a laptime, Hamilton will start from the back of the grid for Sunday's race but the Briton is remaining positive - and takes heart from his drive through the field from P18 in 2009.

"In a few occasions, not as many as I would have wanted, I managed to be ahead of him", Bottas told Sky Sports News.

"I'm OK. It happened really quickly", Hamilton said.

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"I just need to take whatever bubble of negativity comes from that experience and move forwards and try and grow from it. I'm looking forward to tomorrow".

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