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Valtteri Bottas returned to winning ways at the Japanese GP, taking the chequered flag ahead of Sebastian Vettel while Charles Leclerc took Max Verstappen out of the fight.
The FIA have seized the steering wheels and standard Electronic Control Units from both Renault cars following a SportPesa Racing Point protest.
Lewis Hamilton is unhappy with his team for putting him on a two-stop strategy, saying he feels he could have won the race on a one-stopper.
Max Verstappen lashed out at the stewards for their treatment of incidents involving Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel at the Japanese GP.
Ferrari principal Mattia Binotto confirmed that the FIA did force the team to pit Charles Leclerc who had a damaged front wing in Japan.
The FIA have explained that Sebastian Vettel wasn’t penalised for his jump start in Japan as he didn’t move enough to trigger the system.
Charles Leclerc has blamed a snap of understeer for his first-lap clash with Max Verstappen at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel said that Ferrari’s superior straight-line speed allowed him to fend off the faster Lewis Hamilton at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Mercedes have officially won their record-equalling sixth consecutive constructors’ championship after finishing P1 and P3 in Japan.
Valtteri Bottas is hoping for more dominant performances after cruising to victory at the Japanese Grand Prix.