F1 arrives at the São Paulo Grand Prix for the penultimate round of the championship season.
Max Verstappen broke the record for most wins in a single season with his 14th of the campaign last time out in Mexico.
But things could change in Brazil this weekend as sprint makes its final appearance of the year, potentially changing up the pecking order with reduced practice and more drama.
So what can we expect?
Red Bull to flex muscles
There is no doubting the dominance displayed by Red Bull and Verstappen in the second half of the season.
No driver other than Verstappen or Sergio Perez has taken a victory since the French Grand Prix, two races before the summer break, such has been the strength of the Milton Keynes-based outfit.
Interlagos should be a track suited to the RB18, with the high downforce middle sector partnered with the power-thirsty start and end to the lap, providing the Red Bull-badged Honda engine with a chance to stretch its legs.
You would be foolish to bet against Red Bull at any race, but São Paulo may perhaps be the strongest we will see from Verstappen and Perez.
Mercedes went forward but Ferrari dropped back in Mexico as a dreadful weekend left the Scuderia a minute adrift of winner Verstappen.
Based on that performance alone, it is hard to believe that the Italian team was tipped for the title after the first three races, such has been the drop-off.
But hoping that the extreme altitude in Mexico prompted a one-off lacklustre outing, Ferrari will need to improve for the upcoming weekend with Charles Leclerc locked into a battle with Perez over second in the drivers' title.
Momentum also needs to be gathered for a new championship assault next year.
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