The Brazilian Grand Prix, 20th round of the Formula 1 season, was interrupted on Sunday moments after the start due to a collision between several drivers. According to first images, the Williams of Thai Alexander Albon entered into a contract with the Haas of German Nico Hulkenberg, before colliding with the other Haas on the grid, that of Dane Kevin Magnussen. If Hulkenberg remained on the track, Albon and Magnussen went off, heavily damaging their car.
The race was neutralized while the Interlagos track in São Paulo was secured and cleared of debris. She should leave at 6:31 p.m. French time. The Dutch poleman Max Verstappen (Red Bull) occupied the lead of the race at the time of the interruption, ahead of the Briton Lando Norris (McLaren). Expected on the front row alongside Verstappen, the Monegasque Charles Leclerc had to abandon before even lights out. The Monegasque went off the track during the formation lap, suffering a problem with his Ferrari.