Japanese GP (2016)
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Mercedes boss Toto Wolff has blamed a ‘miscommunication’ caused by the timing of his flight home from the Japanese Grand Prix for his team’s on-off protest against Max Verstappen at Suzuka.
Haas F1 boss Gunther Steiner believes the team's performance at Suzuka is clear evidence of progress, even if its success in qualifying translated to no points in the grand prix itself.
In his latest column, Felipe Massa reflects on the Japanese Grand Prix and explains why F1 drivers are struggling to nail starts like before.
Toro Rosso's Carlos Sainz says he expects Sauber to have a tough time in 2017 after the team announced it will continue to use 2016-spec Ferrari engines.
Red Bull said it was surprised at the way Ferrari threw away its chances of a podium finish at the Japanese Grand Prix with its strategy choice.
Giorgio Piola and Matt Somerfield look at the main tech topics in F1's midfield in the Japanese GP, including Haas' front wing success and the reason behind McLaren's miserable weekend.
Red Bull thinks Daniel Ricciardo’s form at the Japanese Grand Prix was hurt by a slightly down on power engine, and his car rubbing too much on the ground.
Nico Rosberg says he is not underestimating Lewis Hamilton’s ability to fight back in the Formula 1 world championship, after revealing the Briton was more focused in Japan than he has been for a while.
Ferrari was certainly the most proactive of the leading Formula 1 teams in Japan, with the SF16-H treated to a multitude of parts to improve performance.
The Japanese Grand Prix may have seen all 22 cars finish and run virtually incident-free, but Lewis Hamilton's charge after a poor start ensured there was still plenty of drama. Adam Cooper takes a closer look.
Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo believes that Ferrari’s decision to change Kimi Raikkonen’s gearbox on the eve of the Japanese Grand Prix actually contributed to his poor start that helped consign him to a sixth-place finish.
Daniil Kvyat says the Toro Rosso STR11's straightline speed deficit meant he had to be aggressive in defending from McLaren's Fernando Alonso in the Japanese Grand Prix.
The FIA's hearing into the Mercedes protest over Max Verstappen's defensive driving in Japan has been deferred until the United States Grand Prix.
Max Verstappen was spoken to by F1 race director Charlie Whiting and the FIA stewards at the Japanese Grand Prix about his defensive move against Lewis Hamilton in the closing stages of the race.
Romain Grosjean says he was massively frustrated with only picking up 11th in the Japanese Grand Prix after "one of the best drives" of his Formula 1 career.
Max Verstappen believes his defence of second place from Lewis Hamilton on the penultimate lap of the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka was fair and that the reigning world champion knew it was coming.
Niki Lauda believes Nico Rosberg will be world champion this year if nothing strange happens, following his victory in the Japanese Grand Prix.
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton has conceded his costly bad start in the Japanese Grand Prix was the result of a mistake.
Nico Rosberg won the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka after Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton suffered a terrible start that dropped him to eighth, and he spent the race recovering to third.
Daniel Ricciardo thinks Mercedes may not be willing to take too many risks with its engine in the Japanese Grand Prix – which could close things up at the front of the field.
Romain Grosjean gave Haas its best qualifying position of the season by earning eighth in Japan, but the Frenchman was adamant that he could have been two places higher.
Felipe Massa says a display issue led to the reprimand he was given following qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix.
Haas F1 boss Gunther Steiner says the team getting to grips with the new front wing it had introduced in Singapore was a big factor in its stellar qualifying at Suzuka.
Daniel Ricciardo says he is baffled by the mystery engine problem that has left him struggling to match teammate Max Verstappen on the straights at the Japanese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton and Nico Rosberg were left without their full 'qualifying boost' engine mode at the Japanese Grand Prix as Mercedes continues to seek answers to its Malaysian Grand Prix failure.
Red Bull Racing's Daniel Ricciardo admitted to frustration after qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix, saying his car was "giiving away free laptime" on the straights.
Nico Rosberg beat teammate Lewis Hamilton to pole position for the Japanese Grand Prix with a last-gasp effort at Suzuka.
Nico Rosberg set the fastest time in third practice for the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka in his Mercedes, ahead of Red Bull’s Daniel Ricciardo and Ferrari’s Sebastian Vettel.
Sauber has been pretty productive in recent races, taking advantage of the cash injection that came its way when the new owners arrived, with development up until that point virtually none existent.
Mercedes technical boss Paddy Lowe says anyone with an "ounce of intelligence" would know that suggesting the team sabotaged Lewis Hamilton in the Malaysian Grand Prix was ridiculous.
Jenson Button has complained of a “massive” amount of tyre degradation after the first day of practice for the Japanese Grand Prix, saying “something isn’t working”.
Red Bull Racing duo Max Verstappen and Daniel Ricciardo were left optimistic by Friday practice running at Suzuka, despite having their one-lap pace concealed by the timing of the VSC.
Sebastian Vettel says he is not too concerned about the three-place grid penalty he is carrying in the Japan Grand Prix, despite the difficulty in overtaking around the tight Suzuka circuit.
World Championship leader Nico Rosberg set the fastest time in the opening practice session for the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, two tenths clear of Mercedes teammate Lewis Hamilton.
Malaysian Grand Prix winner Daniel Ricciardo believes Mercedes’ engine reliability concerns could further help Red Bull’s chances of challenging for another win in Japan.
Reigning world champion Lewis Hamilton says his behaviour in Thursday’s FIA drivers’ press conference was “meant to be fun, not at all disrespectful”.
Sebastian Vettel says he is surprised by the reaction to his accident at the start of the Malaysian Grand Prix, and is adamant he is not having to overdrive.
Fernando Alonso says that McLaren's current progress in Formula 1 offers no guarantee of success next year, but he thinks the team is on target to deliver a much stronger challenge for podiums and wins in 2017.