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Formula 1 Crucial reversed grid vote to take place on Wednesday Formula 1 teams are set to vote in Paris on Wednesday on plans to run three experimental Saturday reversed-grid qualifying races in 2020

Autosport Plus The 'unsexy' way to win a title It's often maligned as the 'unsexy' way to win, but consistency is exceptionally difficult to achieve and should be celebrated. A multi-disciplinary panel of champions explains why.

Formula 1 Sainz: McLaren was so fast Ferrari gave up Carlos Sainz Jr called his latest fifth-place Formula 1 finish "more special than others" after being so quick he forced Ferrari and Charles Leclerc to 'give up' at Suzuka

Autosport Plus What Ferrari has to do to match Mercedes' dominance Mercedes' era of dominance is casting a shadow on the success Ferrari enjoyed during its Michael Schumacher days, but the Silver Arrows squad has one key skill that its Formula 1 rival must learn to dethrone it

Formula 1 Horner respects Norris over Albon clash reaction Red Bull Formula 1 team boss Christian Horner respects McLaren driver Lando Norris for being pleased Alex Albon escaped punishment for 'forcing him off' in the Japanese Grand Prix

Formula 1 Video: F1 is heading for 'thumbs down' '21 changes Formula 1's 2021 regulation overhaul was supposed to be a fresh start for the championship, but negotiations in recent months have stalled and the revised October deadline is fast approaching

Autosport Plus The failed rider protest that sets a dangerous precedent OPINION: Just 12 riders lined up on the grid for the World Superbike opener at El Villicum as a protest grew. The world champion starting the race, and rumours of underhand tactics, then caused the protest to collapse, but also leaves a lot of questions hanging

Gary Anderson on the Suzuka flashpoints Technical expert joins The Autosport Podcast to give his verdict on the Japanese Grand Prix

Video: Eight drivers who started just one F1 race We narrow down 164 drivers to pick out eight one-hit wonders with a story to tell

ASI announces RetroFuture campaign ASI20 anounces its RetroFuture campaign to decide the most influential technologies in motorsport

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  • Circuit: Mexico City
  • Race: 71 laps / 305.354 km
Japan / 13 Oct
Pos Driver Team
1 Bottas Mercedes
2 Vettel Ferrari
3 Hamilton Mercedes
4 Albon Red Bull/Honda
5 Sainz Jr. McLaren/Renault
6 Ricciardo Renault
7 Leclerc Ferrari
8 Gasly Toro Rosso/Honda
9 Perez Racing Point/Mercedes
10 Hulkenberg Renault
Standings / After 17 races
Pos Driver Points
1 Lewis Hamilton 338
2 Valtteri Bottas 274
3 Charles Leclerc 221
4 Max Verstappen 212
5 Sebastian Vettel 212
6 Carlos Sainz Jr. 76
7 Pierre Gasly 73
8 Alexander Albon 64
9 Daniel Ricciardo 42
10 Nico Hulkenberg 35
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Gary AndersonWhat Ferrari has to do to match Mercedes' dominance Mercedes' era of dominance is casting a shadow on the success Ferrari enjoyed during its Michael Schumacher days, but the Silver Arrows squad has one key skill that its Formula 1 rival must learn to dethrone it 1571097600 F1

Lewis DuncanThe failed rider protest that sets a dangerous precedent OPINION: Just 12 riders lined up on the grid for the World Superbike opener at El Villicum as a protest grew. The world champion starting the race, and rumours of underhand tactics, then caused the protest to collapse, but also leaves a lot of questions hanging 1571097600 Other

Autosport PerformanceThe 'unsexy' way to win a title It's often maligned as the 'unsexy' way to win, but consistency is exceptionally difficult to achieve and should be celebrated. A multi-disciplinary panel of champions explains why. 1571097600 Performance

Have your sayAutosport Driver Ratings: 2019 Japanese Grand Prix The absolute stars of Suzuka were two regular underdog heroes, but a recent winner had his poorest weekend of the year and a tailender earns one of the worst ratings scores of 2019 so far for both on and off-track reasons 1571029941 F1

Matt KewHow the BTCC produced one of motorsport's best finales Championship finales are often overhyped and fall flat in reality. But it's unlikely anyone attending the British Touring Car Championship decider at Brands Hatch last weekend could have been prepared for the extraordinary events 1571011200 BTCC

GP analysisHow Ferrari threw away another golden victory chance Ferrari turned around Mercedes' early advantage at Suzuka and should have been able to use its front row sweep to control the Japanese Grand Prix even with a race pace disadvantage - but it let things slip away, again 1571011200 F1

Technical analysisThe major update Mercedes finally unleashed Mercedes may have wrapped up one of this year's world championships at Suzuka, but that doesn't mean the Japanese Grand Prix was a non-event as far as updates for the remainder of the 2019 season are concerned 1571011200 F1

Lewis DuncanZarco's MotoGP second chance can prove KTM wrong Johann Zarco is set to make a MotoGP comeback just a month after being dropped by KTM. He has plenty to prove at LCR Honda, but there's the potential he could show that KTM was the problem in their ill-fated pairing 1570838400 MotoGP

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