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Charles Leclerc feels that he’s “very lucky” to have Sebastian Vettel as his team-mate at Ferrari.
Helmut Marko says it was “clear” Charles Leclerc deserved a penalty for his clash with Max Verstappen as he would have gone off the track had he not hit the Red Bull.
Mercedes secured their sixth consecutive Constructors’ title, but Lewis Hamilton admitted afterwards that the feeling was not “as happy as previously” as it “doesn’t feel the same” without Niki Lauda.
Red Bull principal Christian Horner says that Alex Albon’s place at the team is his to lose for the 2020 season.
The 2019 campaign has been a good one for Mick Schumacher and unsurprisingly the youngster says he is “dreaming about F1” and feels ready to make the step up.
As Mercedes wrapped up an unprecedented sixth successive Constructors’ title, Mattia Binotto concedes the Brackley squad “simply did the best job” this season.
He finally got the better of Charles Leclerc in qualifying, but Sebastian Vettel insists no changes were made to his car for the Japanese GP and puts it down to a “clean session”.
Red Bull advisor Dr Helmut Marko says that Honda are not yet committed to Formula 1 beyond 2020.
The F1 bosses will meet with Liberty Media and the FIA on Wednesday for crunch talks with Zak Brown calling for “radical change” for 2021.
Lando Norris says it was right that Alexander Albon was not penalised over their battle in Japan, saying the Red Bull driver made a “decent move”.