For the likes of Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg, nothing but a win is good enough. But for Felipe Nasr and a team like Sauber, even just a point can mean the world.
Nasr’s 9th place at the Brazilian Grand Prix helped Sauber leapfrog Manor in the constructors’ title, something that’s been said to be worth around $30 million!
More important for the Brazilian though was that it was his first points of the season and the first time he’d scored points in his home race.
What a day, what a race!! Thank you @SauberF1Team for the amazing job! Even better at home🇧🇷 #BrazilianGP #fn12 @F1 pic.twitter.com/InSunSvDBO
— Felipe Nasr (@FelipeNasr) November 13, 2016