All mod cons
Proof that even F1 drivers prefer a more sedate form of transport at times - this is how Mercedes' Nico Rosberg chilled out ahead of his Interlagos weekend.
The happy couple
His F1 future may still be up in the air, but at least Haas's Esteban Gutierrez was able to announce one long-term commitment prior to Brazil.
Keep on running
How do you prepare yourself for what turned out to be one of the longest and most punishing races of the season? Run another long and punishing race, of course. Bet Jenson Button wished he had finished fifth at Interlagos for McLaren, mind.
Caught on camera, Part 1
Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and friends say cheese - though no one seems to have told Roscoe.
Caught on camera, Part 2
McLaren's Fernando Alonso tried his hand at becoming a TV cameraman during FP2. 'Don't give up the day job' seemed to be the consensus of opinion.
Pedal to the Max
Even on a bicycle, a passing attempt by Red Bull's Max Verstappen is hard to resist.
Stretch that Swede
It's not just tyres and brakes that F1 engineers like drivers to get some heat into - at Sauber they're very concerned about legs too, as Marcus Ericsson discovered on Friday.
In case you'd forgotten, this weekend's Grand Prix wasn't the only major sporting event held in Brazil this year. These guys triumphed for their home nation back in the summer.
Williams' Felipe Massa knew his final home race was going to be an emotional occasion and he came dressed accordingly.
This weekend saw McLaren become only the second team in history - after Ferrari - to reach 800 F1 starts. No wonder they were celebrating.
F1 tyre suppliers Pirelli sent a rather special representative to help McLaren with those celebrations.
Rock god meets racing legend
Guns N' Roses star Slash, pictured here with Niki Lauda, brought a slightly different kind of glamour to the Mercedes garage.
A fond farewell
It wasn't quite the send-off he was planning from his countrymen, but at least Felipe Massa's race-ending crash in Brazil allowed him to share a moment in the spotlight with his ever-loyal home fans.
A nod to Senna
Lewis Hamilton had always wanted to win in his hero's homeland and this weekend he finally did it - wearing a helmet design inspired by the great man himself.