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Lewis Hamilton wins the 2017 Japanese Grand Prix


Full race report here

Lewis Hamilton on title race and possibility of winning in Austin (BBC)

Lewis Hamilton says he is taking nothing for granted in the title race despite opening a huge lead with victory in the Japanese Grand Prix.

Daniel Ricciardo takes over Lewis Hamilton’s Instagram account(Planet F1)


Honda Boss is pushing for Gasly to run in Austin (AUTOSPORT)

Honda motorsport boss Masashi Yamamoto would have no problem welcoming Gasly back to Super Formula to contest the title, but the Japanese manufacturer would prefer he continues in F1 with Toro Rosso.


Lewis Hamilton admires, tries on Sato’s Indy 500 winner’s ring (VIDEO) NBC Sports

Blister stopped Verstappen’s Hamilton attack (Autosport)

Ferrari ran out of time to change Vettel spark plug (

Ferrari ran out of time to change the spark plug on Sebastian Vettel’s car after detecting a problem when the German left the garage to take the start in the Japanese Grand Prix.

Vettel: Ferrari still ‘in a good way’ despite F1 title bid collapse (NBC Sports)

Sebastian Vettel feels that Ferrari is still “in a good way” despite being forced to retire from Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix due to an engine issue that did further damage to his Formula 1 title bid.

F1 Grand Prix of Japan

Vettel risks grid penalty after national anthem breach (

“Any driver who receives three reprimands in the same championship season will, upon the imposition of the third, be given a ten grid place penalty at that Event.


Palmer looks to new horizons after Formula One exit (REUTERS)

“When I‘m sat on the plane on the way back home, probably it will sink in that certainly I won’t be driving for Renault again and maybe not in Formula One again,” he said.


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