Cory Mackey emerged the winner of a rather chaotic SRHF1 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix. Riera lead the way in Qualifying when he obtained the Pole Position by 194 thousands of a second ahead of Montero. The start of the race saw Montero diving into turn 1 to take the lead from Riera but his braking point was rather too long and he had to go over the grass only to rejoin the track in an unsafe manner and take out Riera and Mackey at the front. Chaos unfolded from that point on as multiple cars collided and were forced to take a trip down the pit-lane for new wings.
After a number of laps, the field settled down and a nice fight for the lead started to unfold with Mackey holding off Riera all the way to the end of the race for a 6-second gap victory. Richard Haynie came in a remarkable third place 34 seconds from the lead while his teammate Acosta put up a fantastic recovery from last place after colliding at the start and finishing up in 4th. With that result, Williams exteded their advantage over Sahara Force India for third place in the Teams Championship.
Which team will end up third? We'll find out in just three days time when we head for the final round of the season at the Yas Marina Circuit in Abu Dhabi!