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    F1 Fans!!!!
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    Here is the Timing Schedule for this weekend's Season Finale AbuDhabi GP:
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    Friday
    Practice Session 1   14:00 To 15:30
    Practice Session 2   18:00 To 19:30
    
    Saturday
    Practice Session 3   15:00 To 16:00
    Qualifying Session   18:00 To 19:00
    
    Sunday
    Race                 18:00 To 20:00
    Here is the Final Championship Standings after Abu Dhabi GP:
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    World Championship Standings
    Drivers Standings
    Pos  Driver             Points
     1   Lewis Hamilton       384
     2   Nico Rosberg         317
     3   Daniel Ricciardo     238
     4   Valtteri Bottas      186
     5   Sebastian Vettel     167
     6   Fernando Alonso      161
     7   Felipe Massa         134
     8   Jenson Button        126
     9   Nico Hulkenberg       96
    10   Sergio Perez          59
    11   Kevin Magnussen       55
    12   Kimi Raikkonen        55
    13   Jean-Eric Vergne      22
    14   Romain Grosjean        8
    15   Daniil Kvyat           8
    16   Pastor Maldonado       2
    17   Jules Bianchi          2
    18   Adrian Sutil           0
    19   Marcus Ericsson        0
    20   Esteban Gutierrez      0
    21   Max Chilton            0
    22   Kamui Kobayashi        0
    23   Will Stevens           0
    
    
    Constructors Standings
    Pos  Constructor         Points
    1   Mercedes              701
    2   Red Bull/Renault      405
    3   Williams/Mercedes     320
    4   Ferrari               216
    5   McLaren/Mercedes      181
    6   Force India/Mercedes  155
    7   Toro Rosso/Renault     30
    8   Lotus/Renault          10
    9   Marussia/Ferrari        2
    10   Sauber/Ferrari          0
    11   Caterham/Renault        0
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    Nano was quick all the practices not when it was needed the most :/
    Almost everyone in Pakistan is doing corruption to the extent they can. Our leaders are doing at the level they can do. So why should we complain?

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    Alonso and Ricciardo top final practice in Singapore
    Fernando Alonso built on Ferrari's impressive Friday practice pace by topping the final practice session at the Singapore Grand Prix.

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    Singapore GP
    Practice Session 3
    Pos.	No.	Driver	        Car	                Best lap	Gap	Laps
    1	14	Fernando Alonso	Ferrari	                1?47.299		12
    2	3	Daniel RicciardoRed Bull-Renault	1?47.350	0.051	15
    3	6	Nico Rosberg	Mercedes	        1?47.488	0.189	15
    4	25	Jean-Eric VergneToro Rosso-Renault	1?47.693	0.394	17
    5	1	Sebastian VettelRed Bull-Renault	1?47.711	0.412	17
    6	44	Lewis Hamilton	Mercedes	        1?47.738	0.439	12
    7	19	Felipe Massa	Williams-Mercedes	1?47.909	0.610	15
    8	77	Valtteri Bottas	Williams-Mercedes	1?48.205	0.906	15
    9	7	Kimi Raikkonen	Ferrari	                1?48.226	0.927	16
    10	21	Esteban GutierrezSauber-Ferrari	        1?48.422	1.123	20
    11	27	Nico Hulkenberg	Force India-Mercedes	1?48.450	1.151	11
    12	20	Kevin Magnussen	McLaren-Mercedes	1?48.577	1.278	9
    13	22	Jenson Button	McLaren-Mercedes	1?48.599	1.300	16
    14	26	Daniil Kvyat	Toro Rosso-Renault	1?48.637	1.338	18
    15	11	Sergio Perez	Force India-Mercedes	1?49.078	1.779	15
    16	99	Adrian Sutil	Sauber-Ferrari	        1?49.115	1.816	19
    17	8	Romain Grosjean	Lotus-Renault	        1?49.485	2.186	17
    18	13	Pastor MaldonadoLotus-Renault	        1?50.149	2.850	15
    19	17	Jules Bianchi	Marussia-Ferrari	1?50.376	3.077	17
    20	10	Kamui Kobayashi	Caterham-Renault	1?50.939	3.640	17
    21	4	Max Chilton	Marussia-Ferrari	1?51.221	3.922	16
    22	9	Marcus Ericsson	Caterham-Renault	1?51.598	4.299	17
    Hamilton beats Rosberg to pole by 0.007s in Singapore
    Lewis Hamilton just beat Nico Rosberg to pole position at the Singapore Grand Prix after pipping his title rival by 0.007s on his final run.

    Code:
    Singapore GP
    Qualifying Session
    Pos.    Driver          Car                     Time
    1	Lewis Hamilton	Mercedes	        1?45.681
    2	Nico Rosberg	Mercedes	        1?45.688
    3	Daniel RicciardoRed Bull-Renault	1?45.854
    4	Sebastian VettelRed Bull-Renault	1?45.902
    5	Fernando Alonso	Ferrari	                1?45.907
    6	Felipe Massa	Williams-Mercedes	1?46.000
    7	Kimi Raikkonen	Ferrari	                1?46.170
    8	Valtteri Bottas	Williams-Mercedes	1?46.187
    9	Kevin Magnussen	McLaren-Mercedes	1?46.250
    10	Daniil Kvyat	Toro Rosso-Renault	1?47.362
    Q2
    11	Jenson Button	McLaren-Mercedes	1?46.943
    12	Jean-Eric VergneToro Rosso-Renault	1?46.989
    13	Nico Hulkenberg	Force India-Mercedes	1?47.308
    14	Esteban GutierrezSauber-Ferrari	        1?47.333
    15	Sergio Perez	Force India-Mercedes	1?47.575
    16	Romain Grosjean	Lotus-Renault	        1?47.812
    Q1
    17	Adrian Sutil	Sauber-Ferrari	        1?48.324
    18	Pastor MaldonadoLotus-Renault	        1?49.063
    19	Jules Bianchi	Marussia-Ferrari	1?49.440
    20	Kamui Kobayashi	Caterham-Renault	1?50.405
    21	Max Chilton	Marussia-Ferrari	1?50.473
    22	Marcus Ericsson	Caterham-Renault	1?52.287
    Beating Mercedes to pole was possible - Vettel
    Sebastian Vettel felt pole position was within his reach at the Singapore Grand Prix had it not been for a series of small mistakes on his qualifying lap.

    Alonso encouraged by surprising qualifying pace
    Fernando Alonso thinks he can battle for a spot on the podium at the very least from fifth on the grid after a surprisingly competitive qualifying for Ferrari in Singapore.

    Ricciardo: We can fight with Mercedes
    Daniel Ricciardo hopes to take the fight to Mercedes on Sunday after qualifying just two tenths off the front row for the Singapore Grand Prix.

    Car felt good before Q3 issue - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen says he goes into the Singapore Grand Prix in good spirits despite a Q3 software issue costing him the chance to improve on seventh after a completive qualifying session for Ferrari.

    Hamilton needed 'special lap' for pole
    Lewis Hamilton says he just got quicker and quicker after recovering from a Turn 1 lock up to edge out Nico Rosberg for pole by just 0.007s in Singapore.

    Rosberg rues 'nothing' gap
    Nico Rosberg admits he could not quite believe the slender margin of Lewis Hamilton's pole after being pipped by just 0.007s in Singapore.
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    Ferraris are hopeless

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    Almost everyone in Pakistan is doing corruption to the extent they can. Our leaders are doing at the level they can do. So why should we complain?

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    Hamilton leads title race after victory in Singapore
    Lewis Hamilton took the lead of the championship with victory at the Singapore Grand Prix after his Mercedes team-mate and title rival Nico Rosberg started from the pit lane and retired 14 laps later.

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    Singapore GP
    Race Results
    Pos	Driver	        Car	            Time/Gap
    1	Lewis Hamilton	Mercedes	   2h00m04.795s
    2	Sebastian VettelRed Bull/Renault	13.534s
    3	Daniel RicciardoRed Bull/Renault	14.273s
    4	Fernando Alonso	Ferrari	                15.389s
    5	Felipe Massa	Williams/Mercedes	42.161s
    6	Jean-Eric VergneToro Rosso/Renault	56.801s
    7	Sergio Perez	Force India/Mercedes	59.038s
    8	Kimi Raikkonen	Ferrari	              1m00.641s
    9	Nico Hulkenberg	Force India/Mercedes  1m01.661s
    10	Kevin Magnussen	McLaren/Mercedes      1m02.230s
    11	Valtteri Bottas	Williams/Mercedes     1m05.065s
    12	Pastor MaldonadoLotus/Renault	      1m06.915s
    13	Romain Grosjean	Lotus/Renault	      1m08.029s
    14	Daniil Kvyat	Toro Rosso/Renault    1m12.008s
    15	Marcus Ericsson	Caterham/Renault      1m34.188s
    16	Jules Bianchi	Marussia/Ferrari      1m34.543s
    17	Max Chilton	Marussia/Ferrari      1 Lap
    Retirements
    -	Jenson Button	McLaren/Mercedes      Electrical
    -	Adrian Sutil	Sauber/Ferrari	      Water leak
    -	Esteban GutierrezSauber/Ferrari	      Electrical
    -	Nico Rosberg	Mercedes	      Steering wheel
    -	Kamui Kobayashi	Caterham/Renault      Not started
    Here is the Championships Standings after Singapore GP:
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    World Championships Standings
    Drivers Standings
    1	Lewis Hamilton	  241
    2	Nico Rosberg	  238
    3	Daniel Ricciardo  181
    4	Fernando Alonso	  133
    5	Sebastian Vettel  124
    6	Valtteri Bottas	  122
    7	Jenson Button	   72
    8	Nico Hulkenberg	   72
    9	Felipe Massa	   65
    10	Sergio Perez	   45
    11	Kimi Raikkonen	   45
    12	Kevin Magnussen	   39
    13	Jean-Eric Vergne   19
    14	Daniil Kvyat	    8
    15	Romain Grosjean	    8
    16	Jules Bianchi	    2
    17	Adrian Sutil	    0
    18	Max Chilton	    0
    19	Pastor Maldonado    0
    20	Marcus Ericsson	    0
    21	Esteban Gutierrez   0
    22	Kamui Kobayashi	    0
    
    Constructors Standings
    1	Mercedes	479
    2	Red Bull	305
    3	Williams	187
    4	Ferrari	        178
    5	Force India	117
    6	McLaren	        111
    7	Toro Rosso	 27
    8	Lotus	          8
    9	Marussia	  2
    10	Caterham	  0
    11	Sauber	          0
    Rosberg retirement due to wiring loom failure
    A failure of the steering column wiring loom on Nico Rosberg's Mercedes was to blame for the reliability issues that eventually forced him to retire from the Singapore Grand Prix.

    Alonso: I couldn't get close enough to Ricciardo
    Fernando Alonso says his tyres made it impossible to get close enough to attack Daniel Ricciardo after he settled for fourth at the Singapore Grand Prix.

    Massa: I was driving 'like a grandma'
    Felipe Massa says he had to crawl home for fifth in the Singapore Grand Prix after Williams decided not to bring him in for fresh tyres during the safety car period.

    Hamilton felt 'comfortable' in post-safety car charge
    Lewis Hamilton says he always felt positive about recovering from the safety car period to win the Singapore Grand Prix despite airing his doubts on the radio.

    My pace looked worse than it was - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen was left disappointed with his eighth place finish at the Singapore Grand Prix and said the result makes his performance look much worse than it actually was.

    Magnussen struggled with boiling drink and burning seat
    Kevin Magnussen said a burning seat and boiling water supply meant his point at the Singapore Grand Prix was the hardest he has ever earned.

    Vettel 'lucky' tyres held on for second
    Sebastian Vettel admits he was right on the edge with his tyres after finishing second after a safety car-enforced two-stop strategy in Singapore.
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    Ricciardo feared retirement for power issue
    Daniel Ricciardo says he spent half the Singapore Grand Prix worrying a power issue would spell the end of his Singapore Grand Prix as he finished third at Marina Bay.

    Penalties inspired late charge - Vergne
    Jean-Eric Vergne admits the two time penalties handed to him in the Singapore Grand Prix were the driving force behind the aggression which triggered his thrilling charge to sixth.

    Title lead can easily be snatched away - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton is wary that his new championship lead could be snatched away with one retirement in the coming races and has promised not to change his approach.

    Mercedes must focus on reliability - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg says his retirement at the Singapore Grand Prix proves Mercedes has to make reliability a priority before the end of the year.

    Red Bull still avoiding team orders
    Christian Horner says Red Bull will still let its drivers race despite Daniel Ricciardo being an outside bet for the world championship.

    McLaren questions Red Bull radio messages
    Eric Boullier thinks Red Bull used outlawed coded messages during the Singapore Grand Prix to help Daniel Ricciardo finish on the podium.

    Reliability must not define title - Wolff
    Toto Wolff says he would take no joy from seeing one of his Mercedes drivers win the world championship if it came as a result of the other retiring with a reliability issue.

    Engine unfreeze not selfishly motivated - Mattiacci
    Marco Mattiacci does not want the engine freeze to be lifted because it will benefit Ferrari but because he thinks it will benefit Formula One as a whole.

    Hamilton: Relationship with dad perfect now
    Lewis Hamilton says he and his father Anthony finally have the relationship he always dreamed of following the pair's professional split in 2010.

    Button 'happy' he will stay at McLaren for 2015
    Jenson Button is confident he will remain at McLaren for 2015 despite ongoing speculation about his future.

    Hamilton worth his money - Mercedes
    Toto Wolff and Niki Lauda have both lauded Lewis Hamilton's performance in Singapore and said it shows why he is regarded as one of the best in the business.

    Schumacher's son Mick eyes F1 career
    Michael Schumacher's 15-year-old son Mick wants to follow in his father's famous footsteps and be a Formula One world champion after being crowned World Karting Vice-Champion.

    Engine unfreeze could be 'can of worms' - Mercedes
    Toto Wolff thinks a relaxation of Formula One's engine freeze regulations could create more problems than solutions for the grid.

    Marko: Verstappen is like Senna
    Red Bull motorsport consultant Helmut Marko thinks new Toro Rosso signing Max Verstappen's is comparable to the late Ayrton Senna; "an exceptional talent that comes along only once in decades".

    Mallya: Three-car plan exposes financial imbalance
    Force India's Vijay Mallya says the prospect of a grid made up of three-car teams in 2015 exposes the "irrational" way F1's revenues are unequally shared between its teams.

    Brabham team plans racing return
    The team started by three-time world champion Sir Jack Brabham is planning a return to motor racing in the 2015 World Endurance Championship, over two decades after its last F1 appearance.

    Third car a six-month job - Boullier
    Eric Boullier says McLaren would need six months to enter a third car for the first race of 2015, less time than there is until the Australian Grand Prix next season.

    Vettel: Driving style to blame for poor 2014
    Sebastian Vettel believes an incompatibility between his driving style and the Red Bull RB10 explains his struggles in 2014.

    'Drastic' changes ahead for F1 - Kaltenborn
    Sauber team principal Monisha Kaltenborn has warned that Formula One should brace itself for some "drastic" changes ahead of next year.

    Big changes for 2015 car - Lotus
    Lotus will have significant changes on next year's car compared to the E22 which has scored just four points in 2014, according to technical director Nick Chester.
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    Mallya proud of battle with 'great McLaren'
    Vijay Mallya says Force India's battle with the "great McLaren" this year speaks volumes about the team's fighting spirit.

    'Foreign substance' caused Rosberg retirement
    Mercedes has confirmed Nico Rosberg's retirement from the Singapore Grand Prix was caused after a "foreign substance" contaminated the electronic circuits in his steering column.

    Caterham 'fully committed' to 2015
    Caterham is already testing its 2015 car and says it is "fully committed" to staying in Formula One.

    McLaren focusing on Singapore positives
    Despite picking up just a single point in Singapore Eric Boullier thinks McLaren should focus on the clear gains it made ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Verstappen set for historic FP1 debut in Suzuka
    Toro Rosso has confirmed Max Verstappen will make his debut F1 appearance in FP1 at the Japanese Grand Prix, which will make him the youngest driver to compete at a race weekend three days after turning 17.

    Alonso: Ferrari will beat Williams
    Fernando Alonso has no doubts Ferrari can overhaul Williams for third in the constructors' championship before the end of 2014.

    'Optimism all round' for '14 and '15 at Williams
    Rob Smedley says Williams' improved operational organisation and an aerodynamic upgrade for Japan shows the team is moving in the right direction for both the end of 2014 and next season.

    Hamilton determined for 'straight fight' with Rosberg
    Lewis Hamilton wants Mercedes' recent vow to prioritise reliability until the end of the season to ensure his championship battle with Nico Rosberg is decided on the track.

    Here is the Timing Schedule for this weekend's Japanese GP:
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    Friday
    Practice Session 1   06:00 To 07:30
    Practice Session 2   10:00 To 11:30
    
    Saturday
    Practice Session 3   07:00 To 08:00
    Qualifying Session   10:00 To 11:00
    
    Sunday
    Race                 11:00 To 13:00
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    Kobayashi retains seat for home GP
    Kamui Kobayashi will retain his Caterham seat for his home grand prix in Japan, while Roberto Merhi gets another outing in Friday practice.

    Renault prepared for engine penalties
    Renault says it is "fully committed" to introducing a sixth power unit to its cars with many on the verge of incurring grid penalties.

    Honda releases first image of new V6 turbo power unit
    Honda has released the first image of its 2015 power unit ahead of this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix.

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    De Silvestro's Sauber deal breaks down
    Simona de Silvestro's hopes of becoming the first female F1 racer since 1976 have suffered a setback after Sauber ended her testing deal due to "financial reasons on her side".

    Honda: McLaren not ready for driver announcement
    Honda's head of motorsport Yasuhisa Arai says there has still been no decision on McLaren's 2015 driver-line up ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Ferrari feels better than ever - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen says he finally had the "good feeling" from his Ferrari he has been seeking all year in Singapore ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Caterham vows to race on despite bailiff rumours
    Caterham says it will race at the Japanese Grand Prix despite speculation goods were seized from its Leafield base by bailiffs on October 1.

    Stevens to drive Marussia in FP1 at Suzuka
    Will Stevens is set to take part in FP1 for Marussia at this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix.

    Williams has what it takes to beat Ferrari - Massa
    Felipe Massa believes Williams has shown it is capable of beating his old team Ferrari in the constructors' championship this year.

    Red Bull must be smart over penalties - Vettel
    Sebastian Vettel believes he could suffer more than one engine penalty in the remaining races of 2014 but thinks Red Bull needs to be clever when it decides to take them.

    Raikkonen: Nothing wrong with my driving style
    Kimi Raikkonen does not see the need to change his driving style to suit the Ferrari F14 T when the team still has issues with the car to resolve.

    Hamilton: Rosberg will be 'stronger than ever'
    Lewis Hamilton thinks championship rival Nico Rosberg has already demonstrated this season he has the mental strength needed to bounce back from his setback in Singapore.

    I'll do what's best for Ferrari - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso insists his future is not his priority at the moment and his main focus is on helping Ferrari this year.

    Rosberg unfazed by Mercedes reliability
    Nico Rosberg says he has an "inner trust" that Mercedes is going to overcome the reliability problems that saw him lose the championship lead in Singapore.

    Typhoon poses threat to Japanese Grand Prix
    A typhoon over the Pacific Ocean has the potential to turn Sunday's grand prix into a washout if its path continues towards Japan.

    Verstappen cares little for age records
    Max Verstappen says his only focus ahead of his debut F1 appearance in Japan is the experience he can gain rather than the record he will break.
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    Rosberg ahead of Hamilton in FP1 at Suzuka
    Nico Rosberg topped the first practice session at the Japanese Grand Prix ahead of Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton.

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    Practice Session 1
    Pos.  Driver            Car                     Best lap  Gap   Laps
     1    Nico Rosberg      Mercedes                1’35.461         27
     2    Lewis Hamilton    Mercedes                1’35.612  0.151  26
     3    Fernando Alonso   Ferrari                 1’36.037  0.576  19
     4    Valtteri Bottas   Williams-Mercedes       1’36.576  1.115  25
     5    Kimi Raikkonen    Ferrari                 1’37.187  1.726  19
     6    Kevin Magnussen   McLaren-Mercedes        1’37.327  1.866  24
     7    Daniel Ricciardo  Red Bull-Renault        1’37.466  2.005  27
     8    Jenson Button     McLaren-Mercedes        1’37.649  2.188  24
     9    Sebastian Vettel  Red Bull-Renault        1’37.686  2.225  26
    10    Daniil Kvyat      Toro Rosso-Renault      1’37.714  2.253  26
    11    Felipe Massa      Williams-Mercedes       1’38.012  2.551  22
    12    Max Verstappen    Toro Rosso-Renault      1’38.157  2.696  22
    13    Sergio Perez      Force India-Mercedes    1’38.324  2.863  10
    14    Nico Hulkenberg   Force India-Mercedes    1’38.582  3.121   9
    15    Romain Grosjean   Lotus-Renault           1’38.851  3.390  21
    16    Adrian Sutil      Sauber-Ferrari          1’39.046  3.585  19
    17    Pastor Maldonado  Lotus-Renault           1’39.097  3.636  26
    18    Esteban Gutierrez Sauber-Ferrari          1’39.318  3.857  18
    19    Marcus Ericsson   Caterham-Renault        1’40.031  4.570  18
    20    Roberto Merhi     Caterham-Renault        1’41.472  6.011  24
    21    Jules Bianchi     Marussia-Ferrari        1’41.580  6.119  10
    22    Max Chilton       Marussia-Ferrari        1’41.757  6.296  15
    Hamilton tops chaotic FP2
    Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in an action-packed second practice session at the Japanese Grand Prix as the Suzuka circuit bit back.

    Code:
    Japanese GP
    Practice Session 2
    Pos. Driver             Car                     Best lap  Gap   Laps
     1   Lewis Hamilton     Mercedes                1’35.078         28
     2   Nico Rosberg       Mercedes                1’35.318 0.240   27
     3   Valtteri Bottas    Williams-Mercedes       1’36.279 1.201   24
     4   Jenson Button      McLaren-Mercedes        1’36.409 1.331   28
     5   Sebastian Vettel   Red Bull-Renault        1’36.436 1.358   24
     6   Kimi Raikkonen     Ferrari                 1’36.529 1.451   19
     7   Fernando Alonso    Ferrari                 1’36.637 1.559   26
     8   Kevin Magnussen    McLaren-Mercedes        1’36.714 1.636   31
     9   Daniil Kvyat       Toro Rosso-Renault      1’36.943 1.865   27
    10   Daniel Ricciardo   Red Bull-Renault        1’37.186 2.108    3
    11   Jean-Eric Vergne   Toro Rosso-Renault      1’37.219 2.141   19
    12   Nico Hulkenberg    Force India-Mercedes    1’37.504 2.426   16
    13   Romain Grosjean    Lotus-Renault           1’37.563 2.485   31
    14   Felipe Massa       Williams-Mercedes       1’37.700 2.622   18
    15   Sergio Perez       Force India-Mercedes    1’37.786 2.708    8
    16   Pastor Maldonado   Lotus-Renault           1’37.798 2.720   27
    17   Adrian Sutil       Sauber-Ferrari          1’38.010 2.932   25
    18   Esteban Gutierrez  Sauber-Ferrari          1’38.365 3.287    9
    19   Marcus Ericsson    Caterham-Renault        1’39.069 3.991   22
    20   Jules Bianchi      Marussia-Ferrari        1’39.306 4.228   20
    21   Max Chilton        Marussia-Ferrari        1’39.333 4.255   24
    22   Kamui Kobayashi    Caterham-Renault        1’42.760 7.682    3
    Vettel feared for Ricciardo after shunt
    Sebastian Vettel said he had memories of Timo Glock's 2009 accident when he passed Daniel Ricciardo's wrecked Red Bull at the start of the pit straight.

    Hamilton: Gap could have been bigger
    Lewis Hamilton says he was surprised by the gap Mercedes had over its rivals at Suzuka on Friday but thinks it would have been even larger were it not for a compromised run in FP2.

    Ricciardo takes blame for FP2 crash
    Daniel Ricciardo said he had no excuse for the mistake which saw his second practice session at the Japanese Grand Prix end in the barriers.

    Verstappen 'not even close to the limit' on debut
    Toro Rosso's Max Verstappen said he held back during his Formula One debut at the Japanese Grand Prix on Friday.

    Wurz set to become new GPDA chairman
    Ex-Formula One driver Alex Wurz will become the new chairman of the Grand Prix Drivers' Association.

    Technical glitch limits Raikkonen's FP2
    Kimi Raikkonen's second practice session at the Japanese Grand Prix was hindered slightly by yet another "technical glitch" on a Friday.

    Gutierrez apologises for practice shunt
    Esteban Gutierrez has apologised to Sauber for crashing during the second practice session at the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Mercedes strong all round - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg does not think Mercedes will have a weak point this weekend after the pace it showed on both its long runs and over one lap during Friday practice.

    Massa struggles with lack of grip on Friday
    Felipe Massa thinks Valtteri Bottas' pace proves how competitive Williams can be after he struggled to find grip throughout Friday's practice sessions at Suzuka.

    Vergne hampered by three different issues
    Jean-Eric Vergne will be playing catch-up on Saturday morning after his Toro Rosso stopped with three separate issues during Friday's two practice sessions at Suzuka.

    Maldonado set for ten-place engine penalty
    Pastor Maldonado will become the second driver to receive a ten-place engine penalty in 2014 after using a sixth engine component at the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Caterham insists bailiffs' visit was 'no big drama'
    Caterham has stressed that the arrival of bailiffs at its factory was "no big drama" and was not a result of the current owners of the Formula One team having unpaid bills.

    Marussia signs Stevens as reserve driver
    Marussia has announced the signing of Will Stevens as its second reserve driver, though the Brit missed his planned FP1 debut at Suzuka due to paperwork complications.
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    Breaking News!!!!!!

    Vettel to leave Red Bull at end of 2014

    Sebastian Vettel will leave Red Bull at the end of the season and the team has confirmed it will promote Toro Rosso driver Daniil Kvyat to race alongside Daniel Ricciardo in 2015.
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    Seb's leaving.
    Going to the prancing horse.
    ALO might move to McLaren.

    PS: I never thought I would be supporting Ferrari one day. Yeh bhi bhi aana tha.
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    Rosberg fastest as Hamilton crashes in FP3 at Suzuka
    Nico Rosberg set the fastest time of final practice for the Japanese Grand Prix as Lewis Hamilton's chances took a potentially severe blow when he crashed in the final ten minutes of the session.

    Code:
    Japanese GP
    Practice Session 3
    Pos. Driver             Car                     Best lap  Gap   Laps
     1   Nico Rosberg       Mercedes                1:33.228         14
     2   LewisHamilton      Mercedes                1:34.210 0.982   10
     3   Fernando Alonso    Ferrari                 1:34.439 1.211   12
     4   Felipe Massa       Williams-Mercedes       1:34.564 1.336   12
     5   Valtteri Bottas    Williams-Mercedes       1:35.061 1.833   16
     6   Daniel Ricciardo   Red Bull-Renault        1:35.086 1.858   13
     7   Kevin Magnussen    McLaren-Mercedes        1:35.251 2.023   16
     8   Jean-Eric Vergne   Toro Rosso-Renault      1:35.494 2.266    8
     9   Daniil Kvyat       Toro Rosso-Renault      1:35.538 2.310   17
    10   Jenson Button      McLaren-Mercedes        1:35.549 2.321   16
    11   Nico Hulkenberg    Force India-Mercedes    1:35.732 2.504   15
    12   Kimi Raikkonen     Ferrari                 1:35.995 2.767    5
    13   Sergio Perez       Force India-Mercedes    1:36.365 3.137    8
    14   Esteban Gutierrez  Sauber-Ferrari          1:36.407 3.179   22
    15   Sebastian Vettel   Red Bull-Renault        1:36.460 3.232    6
    16   Romain Grosjean    Lotus-Renault           1:36.558 3.330   19
    17   Pastor Maldonado   Lotus-Renault           1:36.617 3.389   12
    18   Adrian Sutil       Sauber-Ferrari          1:36.626 3.398   20
    19   Marcus Ericsson    Caterham-Renault        1:37.367 4.139   12
    20   Max Chilton        Marussia-Ferrari        1:37.883 4.655   17
    21   Jules Bianchi      Marussia-Ferrari        1:38.102 4.874   15
    22   Kamui Kobayashi    Caterham-Renault        1:38.784 5.556   12
    Rosberg beats Hamilton to pole at Suzuka
    Nico Rosberg took pole position at the Japanese Grand Prix after beating Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton by just under 0.2s in qualifying at Suzuka.

    Code:
    Japanese GP
    Qualifying Session
    Pos. Driver             Car                      Best lap 
     1   Nico Rosberg       Mercedes                 1:32.506
     2   Lewis Hamilton     Mercedes                 1:32.703
     3   Valtteri Bottas    Williams-Mercedes        1:33.128
     4   Felipe Massa       Williams-Mercedes        1:33.527
     5   Fernando Alonso    Ferrari                  1:33.740
     6   Daniel Ricciardo   Red Bull-Renault         1:34.050
     7   Kevin Magnussen    McLaren-Mercedes         1:34.242
     8   Jenson Button      McLaren-Mercedes         1:34.317
     9   Sebastian Vettel   Red Bull-Renault         1:34.432
    10   Kimi Raikkonen     Ferrari                  1:34.548
    11   Jean-Eric Vergne   Toro Rosso-Renault       1:34.984
    12   Sergio Perez       Force India-Mercedes     1:35.089
    13   Daniil Kvyat       Toro Rosso-Renault       1:35.092
    14   Nico Hulkenberg    Force India-Mercedes     1:35.099
    15   Adrian Sutil       Sauber-Ferrari           1:35.364
    16   Esteban Gutierrez  Sauber-Ferrari           1:35.681
    17   Pastor Maldonado   Lotus-Renault            1:35.917
    18   Romain Grosjean    Lotus-Renault            1:35.984
    19   Marcus Ericsson    Caterham-Renault         1:36.813
    20   Jules Bianchi      Marussia-Ferrari         1:36.943
    21   Kamui Kobayashi    Caterham-Renault         1:37.015
    22   Max Chilton        Marussia-Ferrari         1:37.481
    My destiny is in my hands - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso insists he will decide where he wants to drive next year and that recent movements in the driver market are down to decisions he has made.

    Typhoon Phanfone still a threat to Japanese Grand Prix
    Typhoon Phanfone remains a real threat to Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix, which is scheduled to go ahead as planned at 15:00 local time.

    2014 form not a factor in departure - Vettel
    Sebastian Vettel says the desire for a new challenge rather than his poor form in 2014 prompted his decision to leave Red Bull, though he is yet to confirm his destination.

    Lure of Ferrari was too strong to keep Vettel - Horner
    Christian Horner believes the lure of Ferrari is what convinced Sebastian Vettel to leave Red Bull and not the problems he has faced this season.

    I proved myself alongside Vettel - Ricciardo
    Daniel Ricciardo says he is happy he got the chance prove his credentials alongside Sebastian Vettel before the world champion left Red Bull.

    Vettel news takes Ricciardo by surprise
    Daniel Ricciardo was taken by surprise at the news his Red Bull team-mate Sebastian Vettel will leave at the end of the year.

    2015 driver line-up not McLaren's priority
    Ron Dennis says McLaren does not have signed and sealed contracts with any drivers for 2015 and that it is not its priority.

    Vergne 'needs time' to digest Red Bull snub
    Jean-Eric Vergne says it will take time to understand why Red Bull overlooked him for Sebastian Vettel's vacant seat by promoting rookie Daniil Kvyat.

    Kvyat: No surprise Vergne was snubbed by Red Bull
    Daniil Kvyat admits he is not surprised he was given the nod to replace Sebastian Vettel at Red Bull over current Toro Rosso team-mate Jean-Eric Vergne.

    Hamilton: FP3 shunt changed nothing
    Lewis Hamilton refused to blame his FP3 shunt for losing pole to Nico Rosberg after admitting he "just wasn't feeling it" on a day his team-mate was two tenths faster in Suzuka.

    Rain might just make us stronger - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg thinks the forecast rain from Typhoon Phanfone might only serve to extend Mercedes' advantage over the field after he took pole at Suzuka.

    Bottas expecting to struggle in the wet
    Valtteri Bottas thinks a podium might be more of a long shot in the treacherous conditions expected in Suzuka after qualifying third behind Mercedes.

    Vergne handed ten-place grid penalty
    Jean-Eric Vergne has been handed a 10-place grid penalty for the Japanese Grand Prix after using a sixth engine component.
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    Hamilton wins wet and shortened Japanese Grand Prix
    Lewis Hamilton won a shortened Japanese Grand Prix, which ended with a red flag when Adrian Sutil and Jules Bianchi both crashed at Turn 7 in separate incidents.

    Code:
    Japanese GP
    Race Results
    Pos  Driver             Car                 Laps    Time/gap    Difference  Reason
     1   Lewis Hamilton     Mercedes             44    1:51:43.021s
     2   Nico Rosberg       Mercedes             44          9.180s    9.180
     3   Sebastian Vettel   Red Bull-Renault     44         29.122s   19.942
     4   Daniel Ricciardo   Red Bull-Renault     44         38.818s    9.696
     5   Jenson Button      McLaren-Mercedes     44         67.550s   28.732
     6   Valtteri Bottas    Williams-Mercedes    44        113.773s   46.223
     7   Felipe Massa       Williams-Mercedes    44        115.126s    1.353
     8   Nico Hulkenberg    Force India-Mercedes 44        115.948s    0.822
     9   Jean-Eric Vergne   Toro Rosso-Renault   44        127.638s   11.690
    10   Sergio Perez       Force India-Mercedes 43          1 lap     1 lap
    11   Daniil Kvyat       Toro Rosso-Renault   43          1 lap    25.763
    12   Kimi Raikkonen     Ferrari              43          1 lap     1.429
    13   Esteban Gutierrez  Sauber-Ferrari       43          1 lap    24.840
    14   Kevin Magnussen    McLaren-Mercedes     43          1 lap     7.392
    15   Romain Grosjean    Lotus-Renault        43          1 lap     0.710
    16   Pastor Maldonado*  Lotus-Renault        43          1 lap    20.118
    17   Marcus Ericsson    Caterham-Renault     43          1 lap     7.529
    18   Max Chilton        Marussia-Ferrari     43          1 lap    45.855
    19   Kamui Kobayashi    Caterham-Renault     43          1 lap    22.839
    20   Jules Bianchi      Marussia-Ferrari     41          3 laps    2 laps
    21   Adrian Sutil       Sauber-Ferrari       40          4 laps    1 lap
    
    Not classified
         Fernando Alonso    Ferrari               1         43 laps   39 laps  Electrics
    Here is the World Championships Standings after Japanese GP:
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    Drivers Standings
    Pos   Driver          Points
     1    Lewis Hamilton   266
     2    Nico Rosberg     256
     3    Daniel Ricciardo 193
     4    Sebastian Vettel 139
     5    Fernando Alonso  133
     6    Valtteri Bottas  130
     7    Jenson Button     82
     8    Nico Hulkenberg   76
     9    Felipe Massa      71
    10    Sergio Perez      46
    11    Kimi Raikkonen    45
    12    Kevin Magnussen   39
    13    Jean-Eric Vergne  21
    14    Daniil Kvyat       8
    15    Romain Grosjean    8
    16    Jules Bianchi      2
    17    Adrian Sutil       0
    18    Max Chilton        0
    19    Pastor Maldonado   0
    20    Marcus Ericsson    0
    21    Esteban Gutierrez  0
    22    Kamui Kobayashi    0
    
    Constructors Standings
    Pos   Team       Points
     1    Mercedes     522
     2    Red Bull     332
     3    Williams     201
     4    Ferrari      178
     5    Force India  122
     6    McLaren      121
     7    Toro Rosso    29
     8    Lotus          8
     9    Marussia       2
    10    Caterham       0
    11    Sauber         0
    The FIA ran the race the right way - Lauda
    Niki Lauda believes that without the benefit of hindsight, Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix was run the correct way.

    Bianchi suffered severe head injury in crash
    Jules Bianchi is undergoing surgery after suffering a severe head injury during an accident at Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix.

    Drivers' thoughts with Bianchi
    Drivers across the grid have expressed their support to Jules Bianchi after the Marussia driver sustained a serious injury at the Japanese Grand Prix.

    F1 must learn from Japanese GP - Vettel
    Sebastian Vettel says it was impossible to predict an accident like Jules Bianchi's at the Japanese Grand Prix but Formula One must learn from it.

    Power failure caused retirement - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso said a power failure led to his suspension at the Japanese Grand Prix but admitted it meant nothing with his friend Jules Bianchi in a serious condition after an accident at Suzuka.

    Massa was 'screaming' for race to stop
    Felipe Massa claims he was "screaming" for the Japanese Grand Prix to be stopped as heavy rain fell at Suzuka.

    Hamilton subdued after victory
    Lewis Hamilton was subdued in the aftermath of his first Japanese Grand Prix victory after the race was stopped following a serious accident for Marussia's Jules Bianchi.

    Sutil: Safety car should have been out
    Adrian Sutil says the safety car should have been deployed at the very least following his initial crash at Dunlop after Jules Bianchi suffered a serious injury at the Japanese Grand Prix.

    'Lewis just did a better job' - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg admits Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton "just did a better job" to win the Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday.

    Raikkonen would welcome Vettel at Ferrari
    Kimi Raikkonen would welcome Sebastian Vettel as his team-mate at Ferrari next year and is confident he will remain at the team no matter what.

    Drivers say conditions were not too bad in Suzuka
    Several drivers have said they did not feel the conditions were that bad at the time of Jules Bianchi's accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.
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    hamilton gains more lead ...rosberg has to out atleast next 3 races
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    Bianchi in intensive care after surgery
    Marussia driver Jules Bianchi is in intensive care after undergoing surgery on a severe head injury sustained when he crashed at the end of the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Marussia asks for patience after Bianchi's Suzuka crash
    The Marussia Formula One team has asked for patience and understanding regarding further medical updates on Jules Bianchi after he sustained severe head injuries during an accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Button backs FIA's running of the Japanese Grand Prix
    Jenson Button believes the FIA did "a really good job" of managing Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix in difficult conditions.

    Andrea de Cesaris killed in motorcycle accident
    Former Formula One driver Andrea de Cesaris has died in a motorcycle accident in Italy.
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    Bianchi suffered severe brain trauma
    Jules Bianchi's family has confirmed the Marussia driver suffered a diffuse axonal injury after his crash at the Japanese Grand Prix and remains in a critical but stable condition.

    Brundle wants recovery vehicles reconsidered
    Martin Brundle thinks Jules Bianchi's accident at the Japanese Grand Prix highlights the need to consider the way recovery vehicles are used in Formula One.

    Layout for Baku street circuit revealed
    The circuit layout for the Baku European Grand Prix in Azerbaijan has been revealed by Bernie Ecclestone and the country's Minister of Youth and Sport Azad Rahimov.

    Russian GP has 'nothing to do with politics' - Ecclestone
    Bernie Ecclestone insists this weekend's Russian Grand Prix has nothing to do with politics.

    Title win with Mercedes engines was not possible - McLaren
    McLaren boss Ron Dennis said it would have been impossible for McLaren to be compete for world championships if it had decided to stick with Mercedes power units going into the future.

    Smedley backs closed cockpits in F1
    Williams head of vehicle performance says closed cockpits would be "very easy to implement" in the aftermath of Jules Bianchi's serious accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.

    GPDA warns against 'knee-jerk' Bianchi reaction
    New Grand Prix Drivers' Association (GPDA) chairman Alex Wurz has warned against jumping to conclusions about Jules Bianchi's crash at the Japanese Grand Prix until all the facts are known.

    Ecclestone wants answers regarding Bianchi crash
    Bernie Ecclestone has demanded an independent inquiry into the accident at the Japanese Grand Prix that left Jules Bianchi in intensive care in a critical but stable condition.

    Mosley calls Bianchi crash 'a freak accident'
    Max Mosley, the former president of the FIA and a man who did more than almost anyone to help make Formula One a safer sport, said that Jules Bianchi's crash was a "freak accident" and that track officials could not be blamed.

    Now with last weekend's race still fresh in our memories its time to start preparing for the this weekend's race as F1 is going in an unknown territory racing wise and enjoy the title battle that is looking like to be settled in the finale which is 4 races away.

    Here is the Timing Schedule for this weekend's First ever Russian GP at the Sochi Circuit:
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    Friday
    Practice Session 1   11:00 To 12:30
    Practice Session 2   15:00 To 16:30
    
    Saturday
    Practice Session 3   11:00 To 12:00
    Qualifying Session   16:00 To 17:00
    
    Sunday
    Race                 16:00 To 18:00
    As for the Bianchi's Crash video which is been taken down from different sites on request of FOM, if no one here has seen it just sent me a PM with your email address and I could give the video both in normal speed with no replay and with replay including slo mo replay. The crash is as violent as one could think and the fact that the tractor was goes in the air because of the impact just shows how hard the car hit it. I hope Bianchi recovers fully from this and led a healthy life even if his F1 career ends because of this crash.
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    Marussia yet to decide on Russian GP entry
    Marussia will wait until Friday morning before it makes a decision on whether to run two cars at this weekend's Russian Grand Prix.

    Closed cockpits could be a solution - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso has thrown his support behind a rethink about closed cockpits in Formula One following Jules Bianchi's crash at the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Hamilton: Mercedes exit talk 'fiction'
    Lewis Hamilton says stories linking him with a Mercedes exit are "fiction" and insists contract talks for staying beyond 2015 are not an immediate priority.

    Massa: Suzuka the 'worst race of my life'
    Felipe Massa has described Jules Bianchi's crash at the Japanese Grand Prix as his worst experience in Formula One; even more so than his life-threatening accident at Hungary in 2009.

    Lotus confirms switch to Mercedes power
    Lotus has confirmed its switch to Mercedes power next season with a long-term supply deal in place.

    Vergne: I'm racing for Jules
    Jean-Eric Vergne says he is racing only for Jules Bianchi at this weekend's Russian Grand Prix.

    Vettel: No magic safety solution
    Grand Prix Drivers Association (GPDA) directors Sebastian Vettel and Jenson Button have warned there is no "golden answer" to safety in Formula One after the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Drivers need to push for improved safety - Perez
    Sergio Perez says the drivers need to work together with the FIA to learn lessons from Jules Bianchi's crash and bring in new safety measures for the future.

    Rosberg unconcerned by Hamilton form
    Nico Rosberg says he cannot afford to dwell on Lewis Hamilton's three consecutive wins ahead of the Russian Grand Prix with only four races of the 2014 title race left.

    Gutierrez not ruling out move away from Sauber
    Esteban Gutierrez says he is happy to look for a drive away from Sauber for a 2015 seat if it ensures he has a more competitive car.
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    Rosberg fastest after first practice session in Russia
    Nico Rosberg set the fastest time during the first practice session for the inaugural Russian Grand Prix, beating his Mercedes team-mate Lewis Hamilton by just 0.065s with a time of 1:42.311.

    Code:
    Russian GP
    Practice Session 1
    Pos. Driver            Car                    Best lap    Gap    Laps
     1   Nico Rosberg      Mercedes               1’42.311            29
     2   Lewis Hamilton    Mercedes               1’42.376    0.065   25
     3   Jenson Button     McLaren-Mercedes       1’42.507    0.196   28
     4   Fernando Alonso   Ferrari                1’42.720    0.409   27
     5   Kevin Magnussen   McLaren-Mercedes       1’43.026    0.715   28
     6   Sergio Perez      Force India-Mercedes   1’43.129    0.818   26
     7   Daniil Kvyat      Toro Rosso-Renault     1’43.164    0.853   29
     8   Kimi Raikkonen    Ferrari                1’43.212    0.901   23
     9   Jean-Eric Vergne  Toro Rosso-Renault     1’43.327    1.016   24
    10   Valtteri Bottas   Williams-Mercedes      1’43.542    1.231    9
    11   Felipe Massa      Williams-Mercedes      1’43.741    1.430   22
    12   Daniel Ricciardo  Red Bull-Renault       1’43.821    1.510   25
    13   Nico Hulkenberg   Force India-Mercedes   1’43.976    1.665   21
    14   Sebastian Vettel  Red Bull-Renault       1’44.506    2.195   30
    15   Adrian Sutil      Sauber-Ferrari         1’44.625    2.314   26
    16   Pastor Maldonado  Lotus-Renault          1’44.876    2.565   26
    17   Sergey Sirotkin   Sauber-Ferrari         1’45.032    2.721   22
    18   Romain Grosjean   Lotus-Renault          1’45.190    2.879   25
    19   Roberto Merhi     Caterham-Renault       1’46.782    4.471   18
    20   Marcus Ericsson   Caterham-Renault       1’46.922    4.611   18
    21   Max Chilton       Marussia-Ferrari       1’47.284    4.973   26
    Hamilton comfortably clear in FP2
    Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time during second practice for the Russian Grand Prix as the new circuit at Sochi continued to pose a challenge for the drivers.

    Code:
    Russian GP
    Practice Session 2
    Pos. Driver            Car                    Best lap    Gap    Laps
     1   Lewis Hamilton    Mercedes               1’39.630            27
     2   Kevin Magnussen   McLaren-Mercedes       1’40.494    0.864   32
     3   Fernando Alonso   Ferrari                1’40.504    0.874   32
     4   Nico Rosberg      Mercedes               1’40.542    0.912   30
     5   Valtteri Bottas   Williams-Mercedes      1’40.573    0.943   33
     6   Jenson Button     McLaren-Mercedes       1’40.718    1.088   32
     7   Felipe Massa      Williams-Mercedes      1’40.731    1.101   30
     8   Daniil Kvyat      Toro Rosso-Renault     1’41.108    1.478   32
     9   Sebastian Vettel  Red Bull-Renault       1’41.396    1.766   30
    10   Jean-Eric Vergne  Toro Rosso-Renault     1’41.531    1.901   33
    11   Kimi Raikkonen    Ferrari                1’41.630    2.000   24
    12   Nico Hulkenberg   Force India-Mercedes   1’41.677    2.047   27
    13   Daniel Ricciardo  Red Bull-Renault       1’42.061    2.431   25
    14   Sergio Perez      Force India-Mercedes   1’42.090    2.460   29
    15   Adrian Sutil      Sauber-Ferrari         1’42.233    2.603   31
    16   Romain Grosjean   Lotus-Renault          1’42.892    3.262   30
    17   Pastor Maldonado  Lotus-Renault          1’42.905    3.275   33
    18   Esteban Gutierrez Sauber-Ferrari         1’43.055    3.425   33
    19   Marcus Ericsson   Caterham-Renault       1’44.135    4.505   22
    20   Max Chilton       Marussia-Ferrari       1’44.530    4.900   29
    21   Kamui Kobayashi   Caterham-Renault       1’44.952    5.322   27
    Marussia to race with one car in Russia
    Marussia will run just one car at this weekend's Russian Grand Prix in the wake of Jules Bianchi's accident one week ago in Japan.

    I'm ready for F1 - Sirotkin
    Sergey Sirotkin believes he is ready to make the step up to Formula One if the opportunity arises next year.

    Rosberg unhappy with 'creative' Mercedes set-up
    Nico Rosberg says an experimental set-up on his car did not work the way Mercedes had hoped after completing the first practice sessions for the inaugural Russian Grand Prix.

    McLaren looking close - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton believes McLaren look closer to Mercedes than they have done all year at this weekend's Russian Grand Prix.

    Bottas upbeat despite tyre blanket malfunction
    Valtteri Bottas says he was able to make up for lost time on Friday after a bizarre moment in FP1 when his car's tyres overcooked due to a malfunction with the tyre blankets.

    Ricciardo prepared for damage limitation
    Daniel Ricciardo thinks Red Bull needs to focus solely on its race set-up in Russia after being off the pace in the first practice sessions at the Sochi Autodrom.

    Vettel expecting struggles to continue
    Sebastian Vettel admits Red Bull needs to brace itself for a tough Russian Grand Prix after being a long way off the pace in Friday's practice sessions.

    Drivers surprised by Sochi circuit challenge
    Formula One's drivers have reacted with surprise about the technical nature of the Sochi Autodrom circuit after the first practice sessions of the Russian Grand Prix on Friday.

    One car the best Bianchi tribute - Marussia
    Marussia CEO Graeme Lowdon says running one car in the Russian Grand Prix felt like the right thing to do to pay tribute to injured driver Jules Bianchi.

    Raikkonen still struggling with front end
    Kimi Raikkonen admits his struggle to feel comfortable with the front end of his Ferrari continued on the opening day of practice at the Sochi Autodrom.

    Alonso encouraged by opening day at Sochi
    Fernando Alonso thinks Ferrari is on the right track to be prepared fully for qualifying after an eye-opening first day of practice at the Sochi Audodrom.

    FIA suggests changes in wake of Bianchi accident
    In the wake of Jules Bianchi's accident in Japan, the FIA is set to meet with teams on Saturday in Russia to discuss ways to ensure cars slow down under yellow flag conditions.

    Button confident of podium challenge
    Jenson Button thinks McLaren can battle for the final podium spot behind Mercedes after an impressive showing in Friday practice for the Russian Grand Prix.

    FIA releases more details of Bianchi accident
    More details surrounding Jules Bianchi's accident at the Japanese Grand Prix were released by the FIA on Friday during a press conference at the Russian Grand Prix.
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    Hamilton fastest despite spin in final practice
    Lewis Hamilton set the pace in the final practice session ahead of qualifying for the Russian Grand Prix despite a spin on his second quick lap at the end of the session.

    Code:
    Russian GP
    Practice Session 3
    Pos. Driver            Car                    Best lap    Gap    Laps
     1   Lewis Hamilton    Mercedes               1’38.728            15
     2   Nico Rosberg      Mercedes               1’39.016    0.288   25
     3   Valtteri Bottas   Williams-Mercedes      1’39.098    0.370   20
     4   Daniel Ricciardo  Red Bull-Renault       1’39.755    1.027   16
     5   Felipe Massa      Williams-Mercedes      1’39.954    1.226   22
     6   Daniil Kvyat      Toro Rosso-Renault     1’40.009    1.281   27
     7   Kimi Raikkonen    Ferrari                1’40.011    1.283   20
     8   Fernando Alonso   Ferrari                1’40.151    1.423   15
     9   Jean-Eric Vergne  Toro Rosso-Renault     1’40.205    1.477   26
    10   Sebastian Vettel  Red Bull-Renault       1’40.338    1.610   21
    11   Jenson Button     McLaren-Mercedes       1’40.355    1.627   19
    12   Nico Hulkenberg   Force India-Mercedes   1’40.669    1.941   23
    13   Sergio Perez      Force India-Mercedes   1’40.699    1.971   26
    14   Adrian Sutil      Sauber-Ferrari         1’41.146    2.418   21
    15   Esteban Gutierrez Sauber-Ferrari         1’41.520    2.792   20
    16   Romain Grosjean   Lotus-Renault          1’41.915    3.187   22
    17   Kevin Magnussen   McLaren-Mercedes       1’42.436    3.708    4
    18   Marcus Ericsson   Caterham-Renault       1’43.109    4.381   11
    19   Kamui Kobayashi   Caterham-Renault       1’43.975    5.247   12
    20   Max Chilton       Marussia-Ferrari       1’44.737    6.009    9
    21   Pastor Maldonado  Lotus-Renault                               2
    Hamilton holds off Rosberg and Bottas for pole in Russia
    Lewis Hamilton took pole position at the Russian Grand Prix by 0.2s from Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg, but faced the biggest challenge for the top spot from Williams driver Valtteri Bottas.

    Code:
    Russian GP
    Qualifying Session
    Pos. Driver            Team                   Best Lap
     1   Lewis Hamilton    Mercedes               1’38.513
     2   Nico Rosberg      Mercedes               1’38.713
     3   Valtteri Bottas   Williams-Mercedes      1’38.920
     4   Jenson Button     McLaren-Mercedes       1’39.121
     5   Daniil Kvyat      Toro Rosso-Renault     1’39.277
     6   Kevin Magnussen   McLaren-Mercedes       1’39.629
     7   Daniel Ricciardo  Red Bull-Renault       1’39.635
     8   Fernando Alonso   Ferrari                1’39.709
     9   Kimi Raikkonen    Ferrari                1’39.771
    10   Jean-Eric Vergne  Toro Rosso-Renault     1’40.020
    Drivers eliminated in Q2
    11   Sebastian Vettel  Red Bull-Renault       1’40.052
    12   Nico Hulkenberg   Force India-Mercedes   1’40.058
    13   Sergio PerezForce India-Mercedes         1’40.163
    14   Esteban Gutierrez Sauber-Ferrari         1’40.536
    15   Adrian Sutil      Sauber-Ferrari         1’40.984
    16   Romain Grosjean   Lotus-Renault          1’41.397
    Drivers eliminated in Q1
    17   Marcus Ericsson   Caterham-Renault       1’42.648
    18   Felipe Massa      Williams-Mercedes      1’43.064
    19   Kamui Kobayashi   Caterham-Renault       1’43.166
    20   Pastor Maldonado  Lotus-Renault          1’43.205
    21   Max Chilton       Marussia-Ferrari       1’43.649
    Bottas: Tyres didn't have enough for pole
    Valtteri Bottas says he had taken too much out of his tyres in Q3 after running wide on a flying lap which looked set to give him a maiden career pole position in Russia.

    Hamilton has the edge - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg admits Lewis Hamilton deserved pole position for the Russian Grand Prix having been quicker for the majority of the weekend so far in Sochi.

    Button proud of qualifying recovery
    Jenson Button says he is proud of the way McLaren recovered from a poor morning practice session in Sochi as he qualified fourth for the Russian Grand Prix.

    No guarantees from pole - Hamilton
    Lewis Hamilton admits he is wary of the long run down to Turn 2 in Sochi after holding off Nico Rosberg and Valtteri Bottas for pole position for the Russian Grand Prix.

    Bad result ends title hopes - Ricciardo
    Daniel Ricciardo says the motivation for improving on seventh on the grid at the Russian Grand Prix is the knowledge a poor result probably ends his slim world championship hopes.

    'Obviously we are not quick enough' - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso said Ferrari did not maximise its chances in qualifying for the Russian Grand Prix and the car simply is not quick enough this weekend.

    Vettel considering alternate strategy
    Sebastian Vettel thinks the possibility of an alternate strategy might be the only silver lining from qualifying outside the top ten in Sochi but he is still expecting a tough Russian Grand Prix.

    Magnussen gets grid penalty for gearbox change
    Kevin Magnussen has been handed a five-place grid penalty after a gearbox failure in the opening minutes of FP3.

    Drivers back new FIA yellow flag safety measures
    Formula One drivers have responded positively to FIA plans to limit their speed under double waved yellow flags and a system is likely to be tested in practice at the next race in Austin.

    Fuel pressure issue holds Massa back
    A fuel pressure problem during qualifying will see Felipe Massa start from 18th on the grid at Sunday's Russian Grand Prix and his Williams team replace the car's fuel system overnight.

    Fifth a long time coming - Kvyat
    Daniil Kvyat admits it was a special feeling to qualify fifth for his home Russian Grand Prix and says it shows the progress made by Toro Rosso and Renault this season.

    Without a Merc engine passing will be tricky - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen believes Mercedes-powered drivers will be among the only ones able to overtake in Sunday's Russian Grand Prix.
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    Hamilton wins in Russia after Rosberg mistake
    Lewis Hamilton won the Russian Grand Prix with ease after Nico Rosberg's chances of victory went up in tyre smoke as he locked up both front brakes trying to pass his team-mate into the first corner.

    Code:
    Russian GP
    Race Results
    Pos  Driver            Car                  Laps  Time/gap      Difference   Reason
     1   Lewis Hamilton    Mercedes              53   1:31:50.744s
     2   Nico Rosberg      Mercedes              53        13.657s    13.657s
     3   Valtteri Bottas   Williams-Mercedes     53        17.425s     3.768s
     4   Jenson Button     McLaren-Mercedes      53        30.234s    12.809s
     5   Kevin Magnussen   McLaren-Mercedes      53        53.616s    23.382s
     6   Fernando Alonso   Ferrari               53        60.016s     6.400s
     7   Daniel Ricciardo  Red Bull-Renault      53        61.812s     1.796s
     8   Sebastian Vettel  Red Bull-Renault      53        66.185s     4.373s
     9   Kimi Raikkonen    Ferrari               53        78.877s    12.692s
    10   Sergio Perez      Force India-Mercedes  53        80.067s     1.190s
    11   Felipe Massa      Williams-Mercedes     53        80.877s     0.810s
    12   Nico Hulkenberg   Force India-Mercedes  53        81.309s     0.432s
    13   Jean-Eric Vergne  Toro Rosso-Renault    53        97.295s    15.986s
    14   Daniil Kvyat      Toro Rosso-Renault    52    1 lap           1 lap
    15   Esteban Gutierrez Sauber-Ferrari        52    1 lap          25.878s
    16   Adrian Sutil      Sauber-Ferrari        52    1 lap          16.501s
    17   Romain Grosjean*  Lotus-Renault         52    1 lap           8.075s
    18   Pastor Maldonado  Lotus-Renault         52    1 lap          22.676s
    19   Marcus Ericsson   Caterham-Renault      51    2 laps          1 lap
    
    Not classified
         Kamui Kobayashi   Caterham-Renault      21   32 laps         30 laps     Brakes
         Max Chilton       Marussia-Ferrari       9   44 laps         12 laps     Suspension
    *Five-second time penalty
    Here is the World Championships Standings after Russian GP:
    Code:
    World Championships Standings
    Drivers Standings
    Pos  Driver            Points
     1   Lewis Hamilton     291
     2   Nico Rosberg       274
     3   Daniel Ricciardo   199
     4   Valtteri Bottas    145
     5   Sebastian Vettel   143
     6   Fernando Alonso    141
     7   Jenson Button       94
     8   Nico Hulkenberg     76
     9   Felipe Massa        71
    10   Kevin Magnussen     49
    11   Sergio Perez        47
    12   Kimi Raikkonen      47
    13   Jean-Eric Vergne    21
    14   Romain Grosjean      8
    15   Daniil Kvyat         8
    16   Jules Bianchi        2
    17   Adrian Sutil         0
    18   Marcus Ericsson      0
    19   Pastor Maldonado     0
    20   Esteban Gutierrez    0
    21   Max Chilton          0
    22   Kamui Kobayashi      0
    
    
    Constructors Standings
    Pos  Constructor         Points
     1   Mercedes              565
     2   Red Bull/Renault      342
     3   Williams/Mercedes     216
     4   Ferrari               188
     5   McLaren/Mercedes      143
     6   Force India/Mercedes  123
     7   Toro Rosso/Renault     29
     8   Lotus/Renault           8
     9   Marussia/Ferrari        2
    10   Sauber/Ferrari          0
    11   Caterham/Renault        0
    'I messed up today' - Rosberg
    Nico Rosberg says he takes limited comfort from his impressive recovery drive to second as it came from a costly first-lap mistake at the Russian Grand Prix.

    2015 plans should be obvious - Alonso
    Fernando Alonso says his plans for 2015 will seem obvious when they are revealed at some point in the near future.

    Wolff pays tribute to Brawn after constructors' triumph
    In the wake of Mercedes wrapping up the constructors' championship in Russia Toto Wolff paid tribute to former team boss Ross Brawn for the work he did before his 2013 departure.

    Lack of power still Ferrari's problem - Raikkonen
    Kimi Raikkonen believes his Ferrari's lack of straight-line speed compared to Mercedes-powered cars let him down at the Russian Grand Prix.

    Fourth the maximum for Button
    Jenson Button thinks McLaren extracted all it could from its two cars after he finished fourth at the inaugural Russian Grand Prix.

    Hamilton comfortable in victory
    Lewis Hamilton says he just had to go through the motions after Nico Rosberg's early mistake as he claimed his ninth win of 2014 at the inaugural Russian Grand Prix.

    Tyre struggles made second impossible - Bottas
    Valtteri Bottas says any chance he had of challenging Nico Rosberg for second at the Russian Grand Prix ended when he started struggling with his tyres.
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    Hamilton dedicates win to Bianchi
    Lewis Hamilton has dedicated his victory at the Russian Grand Prix to Jules Bianchi, who remains in a critical condition in hospital after his accident at Suzuka last week.

    Todt denies snubbing Alonso
    FIA president Jean Todt says he is upset by claims he snubbed Fernando Alonso on the grid during the build-up to the inaugural Russian Grand Prix.

    Mercedes unlikely to end engine unfreeze opposition
    Toto Wolff says Mercedes is unlikely to waver on its opposition to a proposed lift on engine freeze regulations when the proposed rule change goes to the F1 Commission later this year.

    Hamilton: Title lead still means nothing
    Lewis Hamilton says he will not feel comfortable about leading the 2014 drivers' championship until he has wrapped up the title.

    Zanardi completes Ironman
    Former F1 driver Alex Zanardi added another feat to his inspirational story at the weekend after he finished just outside the top 10% at the Ironman World Championship using just the power of his arms.

    Prost furious about Bianchi crash
    Four-time world champion Alain Prost says he is livid with the circumstances surrounding Jules Bianchi's accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Mercedes plans new deal for Hamilton
    Toto Wolff has confirmed Mercedes plans to offer Lewis Hamilton a new deal at the conclusion of the current season, adding that a change to the team's line-up would be "detrimental".

    Jules Bianchi will not give up, says father Philippe
    Jules Bianchi remains in a serious condition but will continue to fight, his father Philippe has said.

    Tyre choice for Brazil 'dangerous' - Massa
    Felipe Massa has labelled Pirelli's tyre choice for the Brazilian Grand Prix as "dangerous", arguing the compounds are too hard for the circuit.

    F3 champion Ocon to make F1 debut with Lotus test
    European Formula 3 champion Esteban Ocon will take part in a two-day test in a two year-old Lotus as his prize for winning the title this year.

    Engine freeze against the principles of F1 - Ferrari
    Ferrari team principal Marco Mattiacci says his lobbying for a lift in the engine freeze regulations is more about protecting the principles of F1 than closing the gap in performance to Mercedes.

    Bianchi condition 'remains challenging'
    The latest update concerning Jules Bianchi's condition says the Marussia driver remains in a "critical but stable condition" but admits the "situation remains challenging due to the diffuse axonal traumatic brain injury Jules has sustained".

    McLaren still plans driver announcement before Abu Dhabi
    McLaren racing director Eric Boullier says his team is still hoping to make a driver announcement before the end of the season, but is currently in the process of weighing up its options.

    Marussia angry with 'deeply upsetting' Bianchi reports
    Marussia is "shocked and angered" by reports in some media outlets that Jules Bianchi did not slow down sufficiently under caution flags before his accident at the Japanese Grand Prix.

    Ferrari 'myth' the key for Vettel - Marko
    Helmut Marko thinks outgoing Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel has been lured by the "myth" of Ferrari more than its ability to provide him with a competitive car right away.

    Raikkonen expects much stronger Ferrari in 2015
    Kimi Raikkonen thinks the current period of change at Ferrari will need to be given time to achieve results but already expects to see a much-improved on track performance in 2015.

    Caterham puzzled by Kobayashi comments in Sochi
    Caterham has clarified comments made by Kamui Kobayashi at the Russian Grand Prix, disagreeing with the assessment the team ordered him to retire just to save mileage.
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