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Charles Leclerc is ready to start from a clean slate in Japan after holding clear-the-air talks with Ferrari following the Russian Grand Prix.
Despite his and Alfa Romeo’s struggles in the second half of the season, Kimi Raikkonen sees no “major” issues with their current package.
Haas’ Kevin Magnussen still hasn’t come to terms with his five-second time penalty at the Russian Grand Prix.
Nico Hulkenberg is having to play the waiting game as he looks to resolve his Formula 1 future and the next step in his racing career.
All is now fine down at Ferrari; the drivers want a quick and safe decision as Typhoon Hagibis threatens the Japanese GP.
Haas team boss Guenther Steiner is facing a ‘draconian punishment’ from the FIA following his criticism of race commissioner Emanuele Pirro.
Jacques Villeneuve has joined the chorus of people who have voiced their opposition to reverse grid in Formula 1, saying “it’s not racing”.
It wasn’t that long ago that Daniil Kvyat believed his Formula 1 career was over, but now he is driving better than ever and hopes to get another chance at one of the top teams.
Mattia Binotto says there’s no point Ferrari regretting this year’s mistakes, rather they should use them as lessons.
Juan Manuel Correa, speaking via video for the first time since his horror F2 crash, has sent his “deepest condolences” to Anthoine Hubert’s family.