WATCH: Alex Brundle dissects Hamilton's extraordinary Sao Paulo victory

    Lewis Hamilton produced a masterclass drive on Sunday to win the Sao Paulo Grand Prix from 10th on the grid. But it was by no means a straightforward victory, with the Mercedes man having to make his way past both Red Bulls on his way to the chequered flag.

    In F1 TV's Post-Race Show racing driver and commentator Alex Brundle explains just how Red Bull deployed team tactics to try and keep Hamilton at bay, using Sergio Perez as a foil for championship leader Max Verstappen. The undercut then came into play, as did some potentially costly traffic.

    Add in Verstappen’s stout defence – which the stewards deemed acceptable, opting not to punish the Red Bull man – and it is easy to see why many regard this as one of Hamilton’s great comeback drives. Hit play on the video above to see exactly how he went about claiming victory at Interlagos, and visit F1 TV to see more great content from each Grand Prix.

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