F1: Hamilton not bothered by Rosberg's pole streak
Lewis Hamilton appeared unperturbed at losing pole to teammate Nico Rosberg in Brazil, saying there was nothing to be read into the German's run of form.
Brazil is the fifth race in a row where Rosberg has emerged at the top of the time sheet in qualifying.
"I've had the most poles of the year and I've won the world championship," said Hamilton. "So there's nothing really to read into it. You don't always get it right; you can't always get it perfect every single time."
Hamilton has never won in Brazil, but he played down the significance of that as a goal for this weekend.
"Well, my main job is done this year, so it's not the most important thing, but of course that's the target," Hamilton said. "Last year I was strong in the race and I hope to be able to carry that through and try and see if I can make the difference."