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Sebastian Vettel will start from the pole during Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix. (Ferrari Photo)

Vettel Leads Ferrari Japanese Front Row Lockout

Sebastian Vettel earned his second pole of the Formula One season as part of a Ferrari front row lockout during qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix Sunday at the Suzuka Int'l Racing Course.
Valtteri Bottas was fastest in Formula One practice Friday for the Japanese Grand Prix. (Mercedes Photo)

Bottas Sweeps Japanese Grand Prix Practices

Valtteri Bottas was the fastest man in town as Formula One invaded the Suzuka Int'l Racing Circuit on Friday.
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Typhoon Forces Japanese Grand Prix Change

Typhoon Hagabis has forced officials to make a major schedule change for the Japanese Grand Prix at the Suzuka Int'l Racing Course.

Yamamoto To Practice For Toro Rosso In Japan

Honda driver Naoki Yamamoto has been tabbed by Scuderia Toro Rosso to practice one of their cars during lead up to the Japanese Grand Prix at the Suzuka Int'l Racing Course.
Sergio Perez's contract with Racing Point runs through the 2022 Formula One season. (Racing Point Photo)

Perez Excited For Racing Point’s Potential

Sergio Perez has something that no other F-1 driver has now — a contract to race in 2022.
Good Fortune Finds Hamilton

Ferrari Collapse Hands Hamilton A Russian Victory

Lewis Hamilton led a shocking one-two finish for Mercedes AMG Petronas Motorsport during Sunday's VTB Russian Grand Prix, after a dominant first half by Scuderia Ferrari unraveled itself in one fell swoop.
Leclerc Keeps Rolling

Leclerc Keeps Rolling In Sochi Qualifying

Charles Leclerc stormed to his fourth consecutive Formula 1 pole during qualifying for the VTB Russian Grand Prix on Saturday at Sochi Autodrom.
The McLaren Formula One team will run Mercedes engines beginning next season. (McLaren photo)

Mercedes Power For McLaren F1 In 2021

McLaren Racing’s return to the front of the Formula One grid may happen sooner than many thought.
Charles Leclerc (Ferrari Photo)

Leclerc: F-1’s New Mr. Monaco

Many current and former race car drivers live in Monaco. It is because the weather is nice year-round and the principality is centrally located for traveling in Europe.
Verstappen Bests Leclerc

Verstappen Bests Leclerc On Day One In Russia

Max Verstappen gave Aston Martin Red Bull Racing a rare bright spot on Russian soil Friday by laying down the fastest lap of the day at Sochi Autodrom.

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