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Soaking up Suzuka! Our drivers clearly relish their annual visit to Japan. Feeding off the enthusiasm from the Japanese fans, and enjoying the challenges of the circuit, for Sergio Perez and Nico Hulkenberg the Japanese Grand Prix is always a BIG TIME experience
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A few hundred fans, visiting Maranello today, transformed what was a planned outing into a tribute to the President, Luca di Montezemolo. The Caprino Bergamasco branch of the Scuderia Ferrari Club, the one with the most members of any Ferrari club in the world, made a point of bringing along the giant heart flag, that features the Scuderia Ferrari logo. It is now a regular feature of the Monza Grand Prix and today, it was unfurled at the factory entrance in Via Abetone, as the fans shouted out “Thank you President, you will always be in our hearts.” The sentiment was aimed at the man who has contributed more than anyone to Ferrari’s success, with 14 world titles won in the past 15 years and no less than 118 races won during his Presidency.
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It’s in Asia, it’s name starts with an “S,” and it also boasts a Big Wheel overlooking the track, but that’s where the similarities between Formula 1’s last appointment in Singapore and its next one in Suzuka begin and end. While Singapore is a tricky, twisty street circuit, Suzuka is one of the finest examples of a true road course, with fast flowing turns, mixed in with a few idiosyncratic corners like the never-ending hairpin and the final chicane. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
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Está en Asia, su nombre empieza por “S” y tiene una gran noria con vistas a la pista, pero los parecidos entre Singapur, donde se ha disputado el último Gran Premio de Fórmula 1, y Suzuka, donde se correrá el siguiente este domingo, terminan aquí. Mientras que Singapur es un circuito urbano complicado y revirado, Suzuka es uno de los mejores ejemplos de trazados permanentes, con curvas de alta velocidad combinadas con algunas otras de carácter peculiar, como la horquilla que nunca termina o última chicane. Subscribe ferrariworld: Follow us on Facebook and Twitter Ferrari Since 1947
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Si trova in Asia, il suo nome comincia per “S” ed ha anche una grande ruota panoramica con vista sul tracciato. Le similitudini tra Singapore, dove si è disputato lo scorso Gran Premio di Formula 1, e Suzuka, dove domenica si correrà il prossimo, si fermano tuttavia qui. Singapore, infatti, è un tracciato cittadino tortuoso e insidioso, mentre Suzuka è uno dei migliori esempi di circuito permanente, con curve da alta velocità mescolate ad alcune altre che sono peculiari, come l’infinito tornantino e la chicane conclusiva
Ferrari Technical Director James Allison believes the team’s improved performance in Singapore showed they are making genuine progress with their car as they aim to overhaul Williams in the standings.
The Singapore GP was Nico Rosberg’s lowest point of the season, but the German says he has faith his Mercedes team will get things right in Japan…
Daniel Ricciardo insists his relationship with Sebastian Vettel hasn’t been negatively affected by the fact that has outperformed the German…
Max Verstappen, the 17-year old youngster set to become a race driver for Scuderia Toro Rosso in 2015 will make his Formula One debut at the upcoming Japanese Grand Prix, where he will complete in FP1.
The former Manchester United boss gave the side a rousing speech at Gleneagles last Tuesday evening and is full of praise for their victory
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In 2014, MERCEDES AMG PETRONAS Formula One Team drivers Nico Rosberg and Lewis Hamilton are demonstrating road safety facts in a new and unusual way! In this clip, Nico and Lewis discuss the importance of avoiding distractions on the road. Check out the Allianz Road Safety page for more
After a number of feuds both drivers hope one of the most memorable championship battles in years will be decided purely by skill on track
Toro Rosso prodigy Max Verstappen will become the youngest ever driver to participate at a Grand Prix weekend when he gets behind the wheel in Friday’s first practice in Japan.
Lewis Hamilton is determined to join the “greats of Formula One” in finally winning at Suzuka and, in doing so, extend his lead in the standings…
Jenson Button is confident McLaren are on an “upward curve” despite having a difficult Sunday last time out in Singapore…
Lewis Hamilton has set his sights on joining the ‘greats of Formula 1’ in finally winning at Suzuka on Sunday on a weekend in which the Briton is also aiming to consolidate his newly-gained leadership of the World Championship.
Torro Rosso have confirmed Max Verstappen will make his Formula 1 debut at this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix.
With just three points separating Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg at the top of the standings, there is everything to play for at Suzuka…
Jenson Button and Kevin Magnussen are keen to put in a good performance at Suzuka after struggling a bit at the previous race…
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3D animated video by Pirelli describing Suzuka circuit from a tyre point of view.
Mercedes have promised to keep working hard to eradicate reliability problems from their dominant W05 car after tracing the electronics short-circuit that put Nico Rosberg out of the Singapore GP to a substance contamination.
Marco Mattiacci insists it is “still too early” to say whether Ferrari’s decision to change presidents will have an impact on the F1 team…
McLaren rookie Kevin Magnussen concedes this could be his only season in Formula 1, either he is good enough or he’s not…
Daniel Ricciardo says racing around the Suzuka circuit in Japan is a good reason to love his job…
Eric Boullier believes no matter how Mercedes play it, one driver is going to be unhappy come the end of this season…
Despite now being the one hunted in the title race, Lewis Hamilton says he’ll race “as hard, if not harder” in the final races as he’s still “hunting” the title…
Mercedes have revealed that a “foreign substance” in Nico Rosberg’s steering column electronics caused a short circuit that led to his Singapore DNF…
Merc have revealed that a “foreign substance” in Nico Rosberg’s steering column electronics caused a short circuit that led to his Singapore DNF…
For Sebastian Vettel the Suzuka circuit holds a lot of great memories while Daniel Ricciardo is looking to make some at the Japanese GP…
Nico Rosberg’s retirement from Sunday’s Singapore Grand Prix was caused by a freak contamination of his steering column electronics by a substance used by Mercedes in their pre-event servicing.
Triathlon enthusiast Jenson Button recently took on Olympian triathletes, Alistair and Jonathan Brownlee at GSK’s Human Performance Lab in London. Find out how who came out on top.
Lewis Hamilton is adamant his situation and mindset have not changed now he is again leading the Formula One World Championship.
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In occasion of the Concert MiTo on September 15th, 2014, held at the Pirelli facility in Settimo Torinese, three young influencers took part in a journey to uncover Pirelli. “DiscoverPirelli” represents a journey through the various sides of the company: Innovation, Art, Culture and Heritage.
Vijay Mallya hopes Force India can beat McLaren at their own game, and hold on to fifth place in the Constructors’ Championship, with upgrades they’re planning later this season.
Eric Boullier believes it is too late for Formula 1 to introduce three-car teams into next year’s Championship…
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Driver in the car, fire up and go! This is what we do when we’re off to demo events around the world. It’s show time!
Lewis Hamilton is enjoying both the success and the pressure that comes with it, according to his father Anthony…
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A video review of the Nürburgring round of the Lamborghini Super Trofeo 2014.
Red Bull advisor Helmut Marko has pinpointed the start of the 2015 European season as the time where the team can expect to have a “really competitive power unit” from suppliers Renault, amid the increasing of integration levels between the two parties.
Christian Horner has downplayed the pace advantage Lewis Hamilton had in the closing stages of the Singapore GP, confident Red Bull are “a lot closer”…
Toto Wolff says he has concerns about the consequences of relaxing F1′s engine freeze rules as the sport needs “stability”…
The battle for the 2014 Drivers’ Championship had hardly been short of dramatic twists and turns before last weekend’s Singapore GP delivered yet another one, this time in the favour of Lewis Hamilton’s title aspirations.
As Ferrari continue to struggle to lift its car’s competitiveness, rumours about tension between the team’s leading driver Fernando Alonso and the Scuderia are persistent. The team confirmed to F1technical that the car is the highest priority.
Not for the first time – and probably not the last – Sebastian Vettel has committed his future to Red Bull, adamant he’s not leaving the team…
Son of seven-time F1 champion Michael Schumacher wants to emulate father while Max Verstappen has been likened to Ayrton Senna
The pressure is mounting on Max Verstappen after Helmut Marko likened him to Ayrton Senna and stated “we expect him to be competitive from the first race”…
Formula One could see the return of a Brabham team if enough fans and investors buy into a project presented by the son of late triple world champion Jack Brabham on Wednesday.
Brabham, a widely known name in motorsport and especially Formula One is set to return to motorsport by setting up a project funded by fans to launch its 2015 Le Mans challenge.
As more and more Formula One teams appear to run out of money towards the end of the season, Marussia team principal Graeme Lowdon has denied Marussia is in imminent trouble.
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