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Sebastian Vettel and Daniel Ricciardo show off their detective skills as we look back at the best bits from the Japanese Grand Prix.
Valtteri Bottas was the man to lead Mercedes over the line in Japan, and the way it all unfolded felt like a well deserved thank you.
Haas principal Guenther Steiner admits he isn’t happy with the criticism which Kevin Magnussen aimed at the team in Suzuka.
Robert Kubica feels Williams crossed “boundaries” when they removed their upgraded front wing from his car ahead of qualifying without offering the Pole an explanation.
As Mercedes claimed their sixth Constructors’ title in a row the big question is how does one stop the run. Well, not by doing what Ferrari is doing.
Valtteri Bottas was back in the zone, but a perfect score was exclusively reserved for one midfield runner in the Japanese Grand Prix driver ratings.
There were two major talking points from Japan: Mercedes’ strategy and Charles Leclerc’s actions after big damage on the opening lap at Suzuka.
1-2 on the starting grid for Ferrari and all disappeared by the first corner, the Italian press in particular were quick to point out more mistakes from the Scuderia.
Former World Champion Jacques Villeneuve believes Sebastian Vettel should have received a penalty for his false start in Japan.
McLaren team boss Andreas Seidl says Charles Leclerc put “everyone at risk” as he ran with a damaged front wing that was shedding pieces at the Japanese GP.