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After Japan
Championship Standings:

Drivers' Standings
1 Lewis Hamilton 338
2 Valtteri Bottas 274
3 Charles Leclerc 221
4 Max Verstappen 212
5 Sebastian Vettel 212
6 Carlos Sainz 76
7 Pierre Gasly 73
8 Alexander Albon 64
9 Daniel Ricciardo 42
10 Nico Hulkenberg 35
11 Sergio Perez 35
12 Lando Norris 35
13 Daniil Kvyat 33
14 Kimi Raikkonen 31
15 Kevin Magnussen 20
16 Lance Stroll 19
17 Romain Grosjean 8
18 Antonio Giovinazzi 4
19 Robert Kubica 1
20 George Russell 0

Constructors' Standings
1 Mercedes 612
2 Ferrari 433
3 Red Bull 323
4 Mclaren 111
5 Renault 77
6 Toro Rosso 59
7 Racing Point BWT 54
8 Alpha Romeo 35
9 Haas 28
10 Williams 1

Latest F1 News and Commentary

IMSA Victory Banquet highlights
  After Petit LeMans
To most on the outside, it seemed as if the No. 6 Acura Team Penske team faced a pretty easy task at the Motul Petit Le Mans in order to lay claim to the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s driver and team titles in the Daytona Prototype international (DPi) class. All Juan Pablo Montoya, Dane Cameron and Simon Pagenaud had to do was bring the car home in eighth place or better on Saturday at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta to accomplish the deed. Simple, right?
Japanese GP Sunday Press Conference
  From Suzuka
1. Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes)
2. Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
3. Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
Bottas over Vettel in Japanese GP
  Mercedes wraps up 6th straight Constructors title
A brilliant start from Valtteri Bottas from third on the grid was the key to the Finn taking victory at the Japanese Grand Prix – his first win since Azerbaijan in April – as Mercedes were crowned constructors’ champions for a record-matching sixth time, Bottas finishing ahead of Sebastian Vettel and Mercedes team mate Lewis Hamilton. 
Vettel leads Ferrari front row lockout at Suzuka
  For Japanese GP
Sebastian Vettel broke the Suzuka track record twice in Q3 on the way to taking pole position for the Japanese GP at Suzuka on Sunday morning after Saturday qualifying was rained out. Vettel's lap of 1m27.064s was enough to beat his Ferrari teammate Charles Leclerc by 0.189s. The 2nd row was all Mercedes with Valtteri Bottas getting the best of his teammate Lewis Hamilton. Max Verstappen and his Red Bull teammate Alexander Albon turned identical lap times to take 5th and 6th 0.787s behind.
Japanese GP Friday Press Conference
  From Suzuka
Guenther STEINER (Haas)
Mattia BINOTTO (Ferrari)
Toyoharu TANABE (Honda)
Cyril ABITEBOUL (Renault)
Frederic VASSEUR (Alfa Romeo)
Japanese GP Preview
  At Suzuka
We say ‘Konnichiwa’ to the Land of the Rising Sun and round 17 of the 2019 FIA Formula One World Championship, as we head to Suzuka for the Japanese Grand Prix. The high-speed track remains one of the ultimate driving challenges anywhere in the world and is a firm favorite amongst drivers. The enthusiastic local fans are known for their incredibly dedicated support and will be sure to provide a warm welcome to the F1 circus.
Japanese GP Thursday Press Conference
  From Suzuka
Nico HULKENBERG (Renault)
Max VERSTAPPEN (Red Bull Racing)
Charles LECLERC (Ferrari)
Carlos SAINZ JR (McLaren)
George RUSSELL (Williams)
Russian GP Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 Finishers
1. Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2. Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes)
3. Charles LECLERC (Ferrari)
Hamilton leads Mercedes 1-2 in Russia
  Lucks out when caution screws Leclerc
Everything went wrong for Ferrari and Mercedes took advantage of Ferrari's horrible luck to win the Russian GP and keep their undefeated streak alive. Sebastian Vettel was leading the race comfortably but suffered a power unit failure and retired. His retirement allowed both Mercedes - Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas - to pit under the virtual safety car and gain the lead and his 82nd win.  With Sochi being nearly impossible to pass, Bottas held Leclerc up and allowed Lewis Hamilton to pull away at the front.
Russian GP Saturday Press Conference
1. Charles LECLERC (Ferrari)
2. Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
3. Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
Leclerc wins 4th straight pole for Russian GP
  In Sochi
Ferrari's Charles Leclerc turned a lap of 1m31.628s to win the pole for the Russian GP at Sochi. Leclerc held off a strong challenge from Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton who sandbagged until the final two runs but when Mercedes turned up the wick he came up 0.402s short and push the 2nd Ferrari of Sebastian Vettel off the front row.  Max Verstappen and Valtteri Bottas rounded out the top-5.
Russian GP Friday Press Conference
  From Sochi
Laurent MEKIES (Ferrari)
Paul MONAGHAN (Red Bull Racing)
James ALLISON (Mercedes)
Mario ISOLA (Pirelli)
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