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Force India have not been tempted to relax their team order rule following the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.
Max Verstappen says he would be open to racing for Ferrari, but only if they are the team with the “fastest car” on the grid.
There will be a little bit more glitz and glamour at the United States Grand Prix as legendary announcer Michael Buffer will introduce the drivers ahead of the race.
Robert Kubica’s new manager Nico Rosberg has said the Pole is “physically at 100 per cent” ahead of his test at Hungary with Williams.
Carlos Sainz wasn’t expecting the early move to Renault, revealing he was only told half an hour before the announcement.
Ferrari have confirmed that it was a “broken” spark plug that put an end to Sebastian Vettel’s Japanese GP but insist he’s not out of the title race.
As one of the backmarkers who got involved in the end-of-race battle, Felipe Massa says there was no place to let Max Verstappen after initially making way for Lewis Hamilton.
Lewis Hamilton has downplayed claims that he has one hand on the championship trophy despite extending his lead to 59 points over Sebastian Vettel with his Japanese GP.
Valtteri Bottas has no issue with Mercedes’ call for him to move over for Lewis Hamilton in Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Both Lewis Hamilton and Toto Wolff admit they’re feeling a bit sorry for Ferrari after Sebastian Vettel’s title hopes were all but obliterated with yet more reliability woes.