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Kobayashi retains Caterham drive for Japanese GP
Kamui Kobayashi will remain behind the wheel of the Caterham CT05 for his home race, the Japanese Grand Prix, the team has confirmed…
Catch up on the action from the Global Rallycross Championship on NBCSN:

Watch Red Bull Global Rallycross Los Angeles and Seattle replays on NBCSN
Be sure to watch the rebroadcasts of Red Bull Global Rallycross Los Angeles and Seattle on NBCSN…
At the stop light here in Tokyo, laughing so hard. Look how small this guys wheels are, just imagining him pedalling so fast to work. He’s also looking up like, is it gonna rain?! #tokyo #foldupbikehttp://instagram.com/p/tmWnFJr00O/

In black leather dress from Jitrois. When I see this, I miss my long hair… 😬

Coming to join us for this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix?

Get to know this classic Formula One circuit with a track overview and a run down of seven great Suzuka moments from over the years with our Fan Essentials piece: http://win.gs/1ubx3AW

Caterham has hit upon a new strategy to stay in the news: Announce your driver will be taking part a day or two before the start of each GP weekend:

F1: Kobayashi keeps drive for home GP
Kamui Kobayashi will keep his Caterham Formula 1 race seat for this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix, while Roberto Merhi gets another outing in…
Un grand merci a Joel Robuchon – page officielle- pour l’invitation au Château a Tokyo !

Pastor’s been busy in Tokyo over the past couple of days helping launch the Megane RS 275 Trophy-R, which is quite a fruity number in itself. Have a look at its record-setting Nürburgring lap: youtu.be/02cpzgoVqC4

In this week’s sneak peek from THE INSIDER ISSUE of RACER magazine, learn about how commercial and technical questions get settled in F1:

Chain of Command
If you’ve wondered how Formula 1 decides its rules, but don’t know your Strategy Group from your Formula One Commission, read on…
Counting the points permutations in the TUDOR Championship classes ahead of the Petit Le Mans finale:

IMSA: TUDOR Championship points battles head for Petit Le Mans climax
Titles will be crowned for drivers, teams and manufacturers following Saturday’s Petit Le Mans powered by Mazda, the final race of the inaugural…
J’s in my closet…..all in order by edition! #23 #jordanhttp://instagram.com/p/tmE4wUL006/

2014 FORMULA 1 ГРАН-ПРИ РОССИИ придет в Сочи уже через 11 дней. А ты готов?

2014 FORMULA 1 RUSSIAN GRAND PRIX will come to Sochi in 11 days. Are you ready?


Kamui Kobayashi and Marcus Ericsson will race for Caterham F1 Team at the Japanese Grand Prix. Roberto Merhi will take part in his second official Formula 1 session with the team during Friday morning practice in Japan

Read what our drivers are saying about the Japanese Grand Prix here:

#TeamEG No te pierdas la siguiente carrera en Suzuka, Japón, ¡apoya a Esteban en su siguiente travesía! #FollowMe #EG21

Don’t miss the next race in Suzuka, Japan, support Esteban in his next challenge! #F1

Día d eventos en Tokio! Conducir en esta ciudad no es fácil 😅 Events in Tokyo today! Not easy to drive around here 😅

The Rolex 24 looks back as it looks ahead in its choice of Grand Marshal for next year’s race:

Jochen Mass to serve as 2015 Rolex 24 Grand Marshal
German sports car and Formula 1 veteran Jochen Mass will serve as the Grand Marshal for the 53rd edition of the Rolex 24 At Daytona on January…
We may have found our cutest fans ever! Big thanks to the fourth grade class at Nago Elementary School in Suzuka for their support! http://bit.ly/YJSMU7 #JapaneseGP

Zulfahmi, who rides for the Ongetta-Airasia Team, concluded this after the Aragon Grand Prix where he recovered from a poor start to finish just in the points. “I did not start well in the race. I did not have the confidence with my bike early in the race and on the wet track,” said the 23-year-old Zulfahmi. “But towards the end, I discovered my rhythm and managed to pass many riders.”

Read more: http://www.sepangcircuit.com/News-@-Zulfahmi_must_start_better_in_every_race_to_improve_world_standing.aspx

WELCOME to the historic and iconic Suzuka Circuit! Warm and sunny here today as we setup the garage/paddock. Better make the most of it, rain is coming! The Japanese GP just wouldn’t be the same without rain though would it!?

A classic #Mobil1Moment as the Flying Finn storms to championship victory at Japan ’98. The first of our partnership with Mobil 1. Nice one, Mika.