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There is pressure on the Kiwi F1 Brendon Hartley driver with no points at the Brazil Grand Prix



Brendon Hartley leads Lance Stroll through a corner during the Grand Prix Formula One Brazil in the Interlagos racing track in Sao Paulo.

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Brendon Hartley leads Lance Stroll through a corner during the Grand Prix Formula One Brazil in the Interlagos racing track in Sao Paulo.

New Zealand driver, Formula One's career, Brendon Hartley is now looking to hang a yarn after failing to get any points out of half-season race in Brazil.

Hartley finished the Brazilian Grand Prix in the Interlagos racing track in Sao Paulo in the 11th place, claiming British champions, Lewis Hamilton, another victory.

He was a brave and promising driver from Hartley at times after the 16th started on the grid. It was up to 10th by charming some points that needed a lot after 43 of 71 laps but could not take advantage of that.

His heads of Toro Rosso are putting pressure on Hartley over the last three races of the season, and difficult points to increase their hopes of staying ahead for 2019.

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But after failing to present in the Grand Prix of Mexico within two weeks ago and turning out again in Brazil, Hartley has only the Abhu Dhabi Grand Prix ending season on November 25 to delete which now looks like a necessary miracle.

After 20 races in 2018 Hartley has only four points of two tenth sites and one ninth. It stops 19 on the driver's stands.

If it was a silver laundering in Brazil, it ended higher than the stable maker Toro Rosso, Pierre Gasly.

Gasly, who is moving to the full Red Bull team next year, has been Hartley's benchmark. Gasly, who has won 29 points over the year, has started ninth on the grid in Brazil and was in front of Hartley for most race before leaving 13th.

Toro Rosso will not make a decision on Hartley until December and he will have to take into account his investment and development against driving a new driver alongside Daniil Kvyat who has replaced Gasly.

Meanwhile, Hamilton won in his Mercedes team in Brazil the title of the interpreters.

Hamilton, who had already sealed his fifth title Formula One, started from the pole site and finished less than two seconds before Max Verstappen Red Bull.

Kimi Raikkonen Ferrari completed the podium at Interlagos.

Victoria's 10th win in the season was helped by Esteban Ocon of the Police, who conflicted with Verstappen on the 44th lap when the Dutch led.

Verstappen was able to stay in the race and get closer to Hamilton in the final, but it was not enough for him to have his second consecutive victory.

Ferrari Sebastian Vettel's driver finished sixth.


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