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Daniel spent the morning in Tokyo ahead of the Grand Prix, to experience some Japanese traditional culture. He first took part in Gokito, Japanese Shinto Prayer, at the Asakusa Shrine in Tokyo, where a priest prayed for a victory with a special Japanese blessing. He then travelled to the Yanaka district to the Zenshoan Temple to take part in Zazen, Zen meditation, which is at the heart of Zen Buddhist practice (its translation is seated meditation).
The 15-second video appeared on the Formula One superstar’s Twitter account but was soon deleted
Lewis Hamilton believes more maturity and a better work ethic set him apart from the man he was when he last tasted Formula One title success.
Lewis Hamilton believes more maturity and a better work ethic set him apart from the man he was when he last tasted Formula One title success.
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There is “no news” on Fernando Alonso’s future, however, he has refused to categorically deny that he could leave Ferrari…
Suzuka caught in eye of storm as Typhoon Phanfone puts organisers of Sunday’s race in Japan on red alert
JONATHAN McEVOY IN SUZUKA: Max Verstappen will become the youngest ever Formula 1 driver at the age of 17 at the Japanese Grand Prix practice session this weekend.
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The new 458 Speciale A unveiled at the Mondial de l’Automobile 2014 in Paris, instantly became the star of the show. A limited edition special series of just 499, it is the most powerful Ferrari spider ever built. La nuova 458 Speciale A è stata svelata al Mondial de l’Automobile 2014 di Parigi ed è subito diventata la perla più ammirata.
The FIA are monitoring the progress of Typhoon Phanfone with Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix under threat from strong winds and heavy rainfall.
Max Verstappen insists he will remain focused on just ‘doing my thing’ during his F1 Practice debut amid the heightened level of expectancy surrounding the teenager’s appearance at Suzuka on Friday.
Lewis Hamilton feels Nico Rosberg was a credit to himself in the way in which he handled his Singapore retirement…
Daniel Johnson has five talking points for Japanese GP as 17-year-old prepares for his first F1 Test
Nico Rosberg has warned of more “difficulties” ahead for Mercedes as he prepares for the latest installment of his season-long title battle with team-mate Lewis Hamilton in Japan.
Caterham say they are going ahead with preparations to race in Japan this weekend despite bailiffs seizing items from their factory in on Wednesday.
Kamui Kobayashi says the Caterham race team are waiting for the arrival of team boss Manfredi Ravetto at Suzuka to learn more about the current situation at the embattled outfit.
Sebastian Vettel is refusing to let constant speculation about his future distract him, saying it is just that time of the year…
Britain’s Will Stevens, who has previously been on the books of Caterham, is poised to make his Friday Practice debut with Marussia at this weekend’s Japanese GP.
Nico Rosberg has revealed that the atmosphere at Mercedes is “very good” as the team continues to manage the rivalry between the title contenders…
Will Stevens will be driving FP1 for Marussia in Suzuka. The British driver is having a seat fitting this morning.
The Singapore Grand Prix was, in terms of racing, the toughest day of the year for me. For our car to break down and then to watch the remainder of the action on the pit wall was a really strange feeling.
Caterham say they’re still preparing to race at the Japanese GP this weekend, even though bailiffs have said they seized goods at their Leafield factory on Wednesday.
Caterham say they’re preparing to race at the Japanese GP this weekend, even though bailiffs seized goods at their Leafield factory on Wednesday.
The Caterham Formula One team say they are going ahead with preparations to race in Japan this weekend despite bailiffs visiting their factory in Oxfordshire on Wednesday.
Caterham F1 team insist they are not in financial trouble and will complete the Formula One season without problems, despite the announcement from High Court Officers on an impeding sale of Caterham F1 equipment.
As Lewis Hamilton heads to Japan at the top of the drivers’ championship after back-to-back victories at Monza and Singapore, here are all the facts and stats for the race at Suzuka.
Far from the maddening roar of Formula One, Daniel Ricciardo’s preparations for the Japan Grand Prix took a peaceful turn as the Red Bull driver visited sacred temples in Tokyo.
Honda has revealed the first image of its prototype V6 turbocharged Formula One engine, set to mark the return of the manufacturer as sole supplier to McLaren.
The Mercedes F1 team and Hugo Boss have announced an extended partnership from 2015 onwards, including team wear and car branding on the 2015 Silver Arrows.
Ever wondered what it’s like to be Jenson Button for a day? We’re giving two lucky fans (plus guests) the chance to #GetIn the McLaren Technology Centre for an exclusive tour of McLaren’s Formula 1 HQ. Once you’ve watched the average (well, relatively average) day of Jenson in the video above, head over to McLaren’s official Facebook page or Twitter handle and simply tell us us your ‘greatest ever…
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What does a collector look for in a Ferrari? This issue, we learn the answer to this and other fascinating questions from Prancing Horse collector Jon Shirley whose cars include the 1954 375 MM Scaglietti Coupé that won Best of Show at the prestigious Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance at the exclusive Carmel golf club last August. Che cosa cerca un collezionista nella Ferrari?
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Ever wondered what goes on behind the doors of McLaren HQ? Here’s your chance to #GetIn the McLaren Technology Centre for a money-can’t-buy chance to live like Jenson Button for the day in one of the most technologically advanced facilities in motorsport. To enter head over to the official McLaren Facebook and Twitter pages and tell us your greatest ever F1 ‘Get In’ moment
It has taken him quite a while, but Kimi Raikkonen says he is finally feeling comfortable in Ferrari’s 2014 challenger…
Sources at ailing outfit tell Telegraph Sport work on next year’s car has “ground to a halt”, with difficulties buying in materials for construction
Home favourite Kamui Kobayashi will face the media in Thursday’s Drivers Press Conference ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.
Honda has given the F1 community a first glimpse of the engine that McLaren will use next year ahead of its return to the sport…
Honda have revealed the first image of the power unit that McLaren will use when the Japanese manufacturer returns to Formula 1 in 2015.
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Honda’s Head of Motorsport Yasuhisa Arai has told Sky Sports News HQ that no decision has been made on who will drive for McLaren in 2015.
Caterham confirmed on Wednesday that Kamui Kobayashi will race in his home Japanese GP at Suzuka this weekend.
The battle for third in the standings is set to intensify at Suzuka with Ferrari’s James Allison saying they are “determined” to beat Williams…
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Lewis Hamilton guides us through a lap of the legendary Suzuka Circuit – home to the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix – in the Formula One simulator. The latest episode of a brand new race preview series from PETRONAS MOTORSPORTS, watch out for more throughout the 2014 season! —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos!
The Dutchman will take part in practice on Friday, just three days after his 17th birthday, and he admits it will be a dream come true
The Brit’s victory in Singapore took him to the top of the drivers’ standings and Wolff admits now is when the pair will start to feel the pressure
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In the next episode of his 2014 Grand Prix preview series, Nico Rosberg shares his thoughts on the unique challenges of the legendary Suzuka circuit… —— Don’t forget to subscribe to our channel to never miss any of our exclusive videos! +MercedesAMGF1
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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