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The Top-Five Races of the Decade: Interlagos 2008

The Brazilian Grand Prix of 2008 was a classic example of how rain can completely change the result of a race within just a few laps. However, this time a lot more was riding on the final positions of this race, as there was a championship at stake. From a personal view, I would say that this is my all-time favourite race in Formula One history. The tension I felt watching it over the final laps was incredible, and even though Felipe Massa missed out on the title, I knew that a championship would never end so dramatically ever again. Going into the final race of the year, Lewis Hamilton held a seven-point lead over Massa, and it had a touch of deja vu about it. The same race the previous year, Kimi Raikkonen was trailing Hamilton by the sam...

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