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Nov 24

F1: Senna Manager Jakobi Advising Perez

Sergio Perez will be out at McLaren after this season. (Photo: Getty Images)

Sergio Perez will be out at McLaren after this season. (Photo: Getty Images)

Veteran driver manager Julian Jakobi is now working with Sergio Perez in an effort to find the Mexican a 2014 Formula 1 seat.

Perez is increasingly being linked with a possible future at Force India.

Jakobi was at Interlagos on Friday, although he left for other business in Rio on Saturday. Speaking to FOXSports.com, he would only say: “Checo is getting advice from us,” stopping short of confirming that it would lead to a formal managerial arrangement.

Nov 23

F1: Webber Plays Down Emotion Of Final GP Start

Mark Webber will make his F1 final start in Sunday's Brazilian Grand Prix. (Photo: Getty Images)

Mark Webber will make his F1 final start in Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix. (Photo: Getty Images)

Mark Webber will start his final Grand Prix in Brazil from fourth on the grid after struggling to get the best out of his intermediate tires on a drying track in Q3.

Meanwhile Webber is playing down the emotional resonance of his last Formula 1 weekend.

“The drivers’ briefing was interesting,” he said. “Just because the guys gave me a very good reception, and I had a little chat with them. Obviously your colleagues, they’re the ones that you work so hard to compete against over 17 years, and that means a lot to you, so that was quite touching.

Nov 23

F1: Alonso Doubts He’ll Win Brazilian Grand Prix

Fernando Alonso will start third in Sunday's Brazilian GP. (Photo: Getty Images)

Fernando Alonso will start third in Sunday’s Brazilian GP. (Photo: Getty Images)

Fernando Alonso doubts he’ll win the Brazilian Grand Prix on Sunday despite earning the third-best spot on the grid from qualifying at a rainy Interlagos.

Alonso hasn’t started from the second row since the fourth race of the year in Bahrain, but the two-time world champion said it’s going to be “very difficult” to win.

Nov 23

MotoGP: Spanish Prime Minister Rajoy Congratulates World Champions

(L-R) Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is seen with Marc Marquez, Pol Espargaro and Maverick Viñales. (Photo: Dorna Communications)

(L-R) Spanish Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy is seen with Marc Marquez, Pol Espargaro and Maverick Viñales. (Photo: Dorna Sports)

Marc Marquez, Pol Espargaro and Maverick Viñales traveled to Madrid on Thursday as the three Spanish World Champions of the MotoGP, Moto2 and Moto3 classes of the World Championship received congratulations from Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy.

Praising the riders for their ‘hard work and dedication’ in a season that saw Spaniards clinch all three World Championship titles for their respective Repsol Honda Team, Tuenti HP 40 and Team Calvo outfits, Rajoy labelled the trio as ‘absolutely unbeatable’.