Since 99 competitions since Formula 1 drivers have been hybrids, the British Lewis Hamilton has already won more than half, and the triumph Interlagos is ranked 50th with this type of car.
The Mercedes driver, who started the race, had some problems with the engine among 71 laps of Interlagos, but after the incident between the Dutchman Max Verstappen (Red Bull) and French Esteban Ocon (Racing Point Force India) in the 45th round.
Ocon crashed in the Dutch Red Bull when he tried to catch up on the back of the then leader of the race, both of whom won. Verstappen lost the lead to Hamilton, who fell to second place, five seconds to the British.
So far, the Red Bull driver has been the driver of the first round of the race following the exit from Finnish sculptor Kimi Raikkonen (Ferrari), German Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari) and Finn Valtteri Bottas (Mercedes). fifth position of the network.
However, Vettel missed the braking and also lost his fourth place to his teammate, he never found the right strategy for the battle to win.
After cessation of tire changes, he took over the Verstappen, who held him up to the incident in round 45, taking advantage of the engine problems started by Hamilton.
"He came at a time when we had problems with the engine and we just had to wait, and then we went back to fighting," said the British driver, who won the 72nd victory of his career and is now up to 19 records of German Michael Schumacher .
However, the dominance of the five-point champion has been particularly emphasized over the past few years, as in 2014 Formula 1 introduced a single-seat hybrid, and powered by electric motors.
"These guys have been doing a lot for the past six years, it was an amazing trip with them," said the winner.
About the percentage of victories, the Mercedes pilot shares the merits for the remaining elements of the team.
"They gave me the tools, I drive only," said Hamilton, who took 1: 27,09,066 hours to complete 71 laps of the Brazilian GP in what was the tenth victory of the season in 20 races.
Max Verstappen finished in second place at 1,469 seconds, with Kimi Raikkonen in third place, 4,764 winners.
Australian Daniel Ricciardo (Red Bull), who started 11th in the penalty shoot-out, was fourth, ahead of Valttera Bottas (Mercedes) and Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari). Frenchman Charles Leclerc was seventh.
Brazilian GP was the 20th and penultimate event of the season, ending in Abu Dhabi on the 25th.