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An historic 30th all-Silver-Arrow front row at Sochi

Nico Rosberg: "I really hope for a clean race, it will be a great battle with Lewis.

Ecclestone defends Japanese GP TV coverage

F1 chief Bernie Ecclestone has downplayed the controversy over the lack of coverage of Mercedes in the TV world feed of the Japanese Grand Prix.

Suzuka was a race to forget for Red Bull, says Horner

Christian Horner admits that the Japanese Grand Prix was a “race to forget” for Red Bull Racing after neither driver scored points for the first time this season.

Verstappen: Passing Alonso the highlight at Suzuka

Toro Rosso driver Max Verstappen says overtaking Fernando Alonso was the highlight of his Japanese Grand Prix.

Analysis: Is it game over for Red Bull in F1?

Red Bull's engine dramas have unfolded in a way that not even that team would have predicted. Is this the end of the road for Red Bull in F1 or is there light at the end of the tunnel? Jonathan Noble analyses a fascinating situation.

Alexander Rossi completes another positive race at Japanese GP

Rossi ended the 53 lap race in 18th position, ahead of his team-mate Will Stevens in 19th place, and in a reversal of their starting positions.

Power deficit hurt Rosberg at the start

Mercedes has revealed that Nico Rosberg's poor start at the Japanese Grand Prix was not helped by his engine running hotter than teammate Lewis Hamilton's.

Analysis: The Japanese GP battle that TV never showed

The normal order was restored at Suzuka following Mercedes' struggles in Singapore but, thanks to the TV cameras mostly ignoring the German cars, fans did not see Lewis Hamilton's charge to victory. Here is what you missed.

For the second time in a row Toro Rosso finishes with both cars in the points

Max Verstappen: "To go from P17 to P9 at a track like this one is a good result and I’m happy to have scored points again, it was a very good day!”

Both Lotus drivers completes the Japanese GP in the top eight

Romain Grosjean took seventh, with Pastor Maldonado finishing just 1.3 seconds behind him in eighth.

Sahara Force India scored eight points in today’s Japanese GP

Nico Hulkenberg finished in sixth place and Sergio Perez suffered a puncture on the opening lap, which cost the Mexican the chance of scoring points.

A tough race for the Williams team at Suzuka

Valtteri Bottas: "Not a perfect day for us, but we will take the ten points."

Suzuka 1-2 as the Silver Arrows strike back

Lewis Hamilton: "I also want to thank my fans who have supported me all this way, and still we rise."

Hulkenberg elated to outscore both Lotus drivers

Force India made further inroads to safeguard fifth in the constructors' championship in the Japanese Grand Prix after Nico Hulkenberg finished sixth ahead of both Lotus drivers.

Dennis unimpressed with Alonso's radio comments

McLaren chairman Ron Dennis says he is not impressed with the way that Fernando Alonso labelled Honda's engine performance as 'embarrassing' in the Japanese Grand Prix.

Vettel thinks strategy cost him second

Sebastian Vettel believes he could have finished second in the Japanese Grand Prix had he managed to stay in front of Nico Rosberg in the second round of pitstops.

Mercedes baffled by lack of TV coverage

Niki Lauda wants to speak to Bernie Ecclestone next week about why the Mercedes cars did not feature in television coverage of the Japanese Grand Prix.

Alonso and Button vent after Suzuka struggles

McLaren-Honda drivers Fernando Alonso and Jenson Button have spoken of their frustrations with a shortage of horsepower during a difficult Japanese Grand Prix.

Dennis declares Button's McLaren contract “intact” for 2016

McLaren chief Ron Dennis has confirmed that Jenson Button will partner Fernando Alonso at McLaren next year, following Sunday’s Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.

Japanese GP: Post-race press conference

Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), Nico Rosberg (Mercedes), Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari).

Hamilton downplays start move: "It was my corner"

Lewis Hamilton feels he did nothing wrong in his battle with teammate Nico Rosberg at the start of the Japanese Grand Prix.

Japanese GP: Hamilton squeezes out Rosberg to score eighth win of 2015

Lewis Hamilton extended his F1 World Championship lead with victory in the Japanese Grand Prix, his second success at Suzuka on the trot.