This evening I watched the second half of the Brazilian F1 Grand Prix at Interlagos. It was simply enthralling and a great advertisement for the sport. Hamilton needed to finish fifth or above to clinch the world championship. His rival, local hero Felipe Massa, dominated the 71-lap race from beginning to end, taking a well-deserved chequered flag and, for a few seconds, believing he had won the championship. For, coming into the final bend, Hamilton was only in sixth place. But in the last few hundred yards he overtook Timo Glock and finished fifth. Massa, understandably, was gutted. He had done everything he could, but it wasn’t enough. If these two can maintain the sporting rivalry next year then we are in for a feast.