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Press conference schedule – F1 2014 Brazilian GP

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Mercedes’ title hopeful Nico Rosberg and home favourite Felipe Massa of Williams will be among the six drivers taking part in the official FIA press conference at Interlagos on Thursday.

Pastor Maldonado – fresh from scoring his first points since joining Lotus in the United States – will also be present alongside three drivers whose 2015 plans have yet to be confirmed – McLaren’s Kevin Magnussen, Sauber’s Adrian Sutil and Toro Rosso’s Jean-Eric Vergne.

On Friday it is the turn of senior team personnel to answer questions from the press, including Ferrari’s Pat Fry and McLaren’s Sam Michael, for whom Brazil represents his penultimate Grand Prix before he returns to his native Australia at the end of the season. The line-ups in full…

Thursday, November 6, 1100 hours local time (1300 GMT)
Kevin Magnussen (McLaren), Pastor Maldonado (Lotus), Felipe Massa (Williams), Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), Adrian Sutil (Sauber), Jean-Eric Vergne (Toro Rosso)

Friday, November 7, 1600 hours local time (1800 GMT)
Pat Fry (Ferrari), Paul Hembery (Pirelli), Sam Michael (McLaren), Paul Monaghan (Red Bull), Rob Smedley (Williams)

The qualifying and post-race press conferences with the top three drivers will take place immediately after the respective sessions. (FIA)

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