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He may have long lost the championship, but Nico Rosberg looks to be a man on a mission as he goes in search of a fifth victory of the season in Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix.

Rosberg stormed to his fifth consecutive pole position in Saturday’s qualifying session at Interlagos, edging out Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton by less than one-tenth of a second to continue his fine run of form.

After ending his win drought in Mexico two weeks ago, Rosberg will now be looking to double up in Brazil and continue to pile the pressure on Hamilton as the off-season approaches.

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Hamilton has his own score the settle in Brazil, though. Interlagos is one of the few circuits that the three-time champion is yet to win at, and he is hungry to do so given the importance of his hero, Ayrton Senna, to the local fans. Starting second, Hamilton will be fired up to take an 11th win in 2015.

Lurking just behind the Mercedes duo, Sebastian Vettel and Kimi Raikkonen will be hoping to give Ferrari some late-season success and possibly challenge the Silver Arrows. Their chances may be slim, but a good start on the short run down to the first corner could give them a look-in.

Further back, home favorites Felipe Massa and Felipe Nasr have the hopes of a nation resting on their shoulders. Although a podium finish may be out of the question starting from P8 and P13 respectively, both will be keen to bring home some points and do their best in front of a roaring support.

You can watch the Brazilian Grand Prix live on NBCSN and Live Extra from 10:30am ET on Sunday. CLICK HERE to watch via live stream.