Interlagos, the very famous circuit where Formula One teams and drivers will contest the penultimate round of the 2017 Formula One Championship season was very true to it's tradition of unpredictable weather so far this weekend.

When teams arrived on Thursday morning, the rain was coming down in buckets however it was then followed by a warm and sunny afternoon.

It's this unpredictable pattern that should make this weekend's challenge even more interesting.

With two races to go, Scuderia Ferrari driver, Sebastian Vettel, who is naturally disappointed at losing out on the 2017 title, however the German driver is determined to make the most of every opportunity that comes his way this weekend and the season finale in Abu Dhabi.

“Obviously, time passes and that helps,” he said. “Mexico was a big disappointment, but here it's a different race and a new challenge that we are looking forward to.”

“For these last two Grands Prix, we want to do everything really well as a team and enjoy the weekends. We don't stop developing our car and this year we have improved it in order to give us advantages also for the future.”

“Development is an ongoing process and since the regulations don't change that much, there are many things we can learn from this season and carry over into next year.”

“I really like this track, although not so much the fact that they change the kerbs every year, but it's not my decision. However, overall, it's a great place and I am looking forward to racing here.”