Japanese Grand Prix - Race



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12:55 That erases any doubts about Mercedes' form after a difficult Singapore GP. 

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12:55 Final results:

1. Lewis Hamilton
2. Nico Rosberg +18.900
3. Sebastian Vettel +20.800
4. Kimi Raikkonen +33.700
5. Valtteri Bottas +36.700
6. Nico Hulkenberg +55.500
7. Romain Grosjean +72.200
8. Pastor Maldonado +73.500
9. Max Verstappen +95.300
10. Carlos Sainz +1 lap
11. Fernando Alonso +1 lap
12. Sergio Perez +1 lap
13. Daniil Kvyat +1 lap
14. Marcus Ericsson +1 lap
15. Daniel Ricciardo +1 lap
16. Jenson Button +1 lap
17. Felipe Massa +2 laps
18. Alexander Rossi +2 laps
19. Will Stevens +3 laps
12:55 No points for McLaren-Honda today. Alonso has finished in 11th, Button down in 16th.
12:55 Toro Rosso duo Verstappen and Sainz complete the point-scoring positions.
12:55 A fantastic sixth for Hulkenberg. Grosjean is seventh for Lotus, ahead of teammate Maldonado.
12:55 Retiring or not, he will be classified - as are all the other 19 drivers in the field. And that's not happened before in the hybrid era.
12:55 Raikkonen finishes fourth, Bottas fifth for Williams.
12:55 Rosberg crosses the finish line in second, with Vettel completing the podium again.
12:55 Eighth win of the season for the Briton, as the normal order is restored.
12:55 Lewis Hamilton wins the Japanese Grand Prix!
12:55 It will be his first win in the dry in Japan, having won at Fuji and Suzuka in the wet.
12:55 Just a few corners left for Hamilton.
12:55 Final lap.
12:55 Nasr retires from the race with car problems.
12:55 Two laps to go.
12:55 Kvyat has passed Ericsson, taking advantage of the Swede letting Raikkonen lap him.
12:55 Kvyat wants to use the overtake button to pass Ericsson, but he is warned against it.
12:55 As the TV cameras continue to focus on the battle for 12th between Perez, Ericsson, Kvyat and Ricciardo.
12:55 The Briton will be 48 points clear of Rosberg in the standings after this, with five races left.
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