Lewis Hamilton produces a brilliant performance but race is overshadowed by serious crash and injury to Jules Bianchi as typhoon strikes Suzuka
A rain-hit race was ended when Jules Bianchi of Marussia smashed into a vehicle that was recovering the car of Adrian Sutil
The Frenchman crashed out of the Grand Prix after colliding with the vehicle which was recovering Adrian Sutil’s Sauber, which crashed a lap earlier
Jenson Button, Kimi Raikkonen and Kevin Magnussen all scored points in Sunday’s Italian GP while Daniil Kvyat missed out in 11th place…
The race was cut short after a dramatic crash involving Adrian Sutil and Jules Bianchi which saw the latter transferred to the medical centre
However the race was cut short after a dramatic crash involving Adrian Sutil and Jules Bianchi which saw the latter transferred to the medical centre
Lewis Hamilton was back in victory lane at Suzuka as he claimed the victory in a rain-shortened race ahead of Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel…
Daniel Ricciardo says he is pleased with the way he performed against Seb Vettel this season and also had some kind words about the German…
Ferrari is adamant to get back to the top therefore they continue working on their technical staff. The Scuderia signed up key figures from rival teams.
Follow Dan Lucas’s live lap-by-lap commentary from the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday, October 4, 2014 at 7.00 (BST)
Follow Dan Lucas’s live lap-by-lap commentary from the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday, October 4, 2014 at 7.00 (BST)
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Daniel Johnson: A year ago, the four-time world champion’s exit would have been a disaster for Red Bull – now it is just inconvenient
Daniel Johnson: A year ago, the four-time world champion’s exit would have been a disaster for Red Bull – now it is just inconvenient
Daniel Johnson: A year ago, the four-time world champion’s exit would have been a disaster for Red Bull – now it is just inconvenient
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Ron Dennis insists McLaren have not yet confirmed their driver line-up for 2015 despite reports that Fernando Alonso has all but signed…
Four-time world champion set for move to Ferrari kick-starting a round of musical chairs that could threaten Jenson Button’s position at McLaren
Ferrari's Fernando Alonso qualified fifth for the Japanese Grand Prix, saying he enjoyed himself thanks to a solid balance of his car. Kimi Raikkonen on the other hand had a less optimised car, mostly due to him being sidelined in FP3 as the team were changing the power unit on his car.
Fernando Alonso reckons he has the key to the driver market in hand, saying he can virtually go wherever he wants. The Spaniard is still scrutineering the potential teams which can offer the most enticing future.
McLaren's Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button will line up seventh and eighth respectively for tomorrow’s Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka. A solid result for the team that sees its performance improve on the back of further car developments.
McLaren's Kevin Magnussen and Jenson Button will line up seventh and eighth respectively for tomorrow’s Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka. A solid result for the team that sees its performance improve on the back of further car developments.
Red Bull Racing saw its drivers qualify 6th and 9th on the grid for tomorrow's Japanese Grand Prix. Daniel Ricciardo proved happy with 6th after his crash earlier this weekend while Sebastian Vettel came 9th, blaming a lack of running in FP3.
Nico Rosberg claimed pole position for tomorrow's Japanese Grand Prix with Lewis Hamilton second, to complete the fourth consecutive front-row lockout for Mercedes AMG Petronas.
Jean-Eric Vergne proved relieved after today's qualifying, having outpaced his team mate despite various technical issues earlier in the weekend. For Kvyat, the big news today was obviously that he will be promoted from Toro Rosso to Red Bull Racing in 2015.
Sebastian Vettel has left Red Bull and will join Ferrari in a deal worth about £50million-a-year, making him the highest paid driver in history.
Valtteri Bottas qualified third for the sixth time this season with Felipe Massa fourth after a strong qualifying session for Williams Martini Racing. · Valtteri and Felipe were third and fourth throughout all three sessions, closing the gap to the Mercedes pair ahead.
Ron Dennis has denied that McLaren have re-signed Fernando Alonso but provided a bullish prognosis of the team’s prospects in 2015 as the Spaniard mulls over his future plans.
Sebastian Vettel has left Red Bull and will join Ferrari in a deal worth about £50million, making him the highest paid driver in history.
Sebastian Vettel’s career was guided by Red Bull for more then a decade. After four consecutive titles the German turns his back to the team and takes on a new challenge.
Dannil Kvyat says he is “honoured” by his promotion to Red Bull where he will replace Sebastian Vettel in 2015.
Mercedes chief Niki Lauda has categorically ruled out the prospect of Fernando Alonso arriving at the championship leaders for 2015 and instead confirmed the team are currently in negotiations to renew Lewis Hamilton’s contract.
Mercedes’ Niki Lauda says Fernando Alonso is not on the team’s radar and says they are eager to renew Lewis Hamilton’s contract for “two or three years”…
Qualifying for tomorrow’s Japanese Grand Prix saw Force India's Sergio Perez qualify in P12 ahead of teammate Nico Hulkenberg in P14. Both drivers were disappointed with their runs, with Hulkenberg especially frustrated by his mistake in the last corner of his final lap.
in 2014 Kimi Raikkönen went back to the team where he enjoyed the heyday of his career. He hasn’t been able to repeat his glory runs with Ferrari yet, but the Finn is adamant he and the Italian team will come back much stronger next season.
In qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka, both Sauber F1 Team drivers managed to make it into Q2. However, there they finished in P15 (Adrian Sutil) and P16 (Esteban Gutiérrez). Things could look very different tomorrow, if the current weather forecast is correct and there will be rain during the race.
Lotus F1 Team endured a frustrating qualifying session for the Japanese Grand Prix with Pastor Maldonado setting the seventeenth fastest time and Romain Grosjean the eighteenth quickest at Suzuka.
For only the third time this season, Caterham's Marcus Ericsson has outqualified his team mate, this time at Suzuka. Kobayashi should blamed a lack of running, mostly due to a crash during Friday's FP2.
Daniil Kvyat says it will be a “great opportunity and honour” for him to drive for Red Bull next year…
Sebastian Vettel has likened leaving Red Bull to moving out of his parent’s house, but says the time was right to try something new.
Sebastian Vettel has likened leaving Red Bull to moving out of his parent’s house, but says the time was right to try something new.
The Brit currently leads his Mercedes team-mate by three points in the drivers’ championships but will start in second in Sunday’s eagerly-awaited racr
Fernando Alonso says he has a “plan in my head” over his future but hasn’t yet decided where he will race in 2015, with the Spaniard also claiming his intentions have “moved the market” following Sebastian Vettel’s decision to quit Red Bull.
Nico Rosberg sealed what could prove to be a crucial pole position ahead of Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix as he beat Mercedes team-mate and title rival Lewis Hamilton into second.
Lewis Hamilton was again happy to cast himself in the role of his hero Ayrton Senna, raising the possibility of infamy repeating itself on the typhoon-threatened Suzuka track on Sunday.
‘This is not a decision against Red Bull, it is for something else,’ says the four-time world champion as he is set to complete move to Ferrari
Sebastian Vettel says his decision to leave Red Bull is motivated by the fact that he feels it is time to “do something new and something different”…