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After Japan
Championship Standings:

Drivers' Standings
1 Lewis Hamilton 331
2 Sebastian Vettel 264
3 Valtteri Bottas 207
4 Kimi Raikkonen 196
5 Max Verstappen 173
6 Daniel Ricciardo 146
7 Sergio Perez 53
8 Kevin Magnussen 53
9 Nico Hulkenberg 53
10 Fernando Alonso 50
11 Esteban Ocon 49
12 Carlos Sainz 39
13 Romain Grosjean 31
14 Pierre Gasly 28
15 Charles Leclerc 21
16 Stoffel Vandoorne 8
17 Lance Stroll 6
18 Marcus Ericsson 6
19 Brendon Hartley 2
20 Sergey Sirotkin 1

Constructors' Standings
1 Mercedes 538
2 Ferrari 460
3 Red Bull 319
4 Renault 92
5 Haas Ferrari 84
6 McLaren 58
7 Force India 43
8 Toro Rosso 30
9 Sauber 27
10 Williams 7

Latest F1 News and Commentary

USGP Friday Press Conference
  Brown announces no McLaren IndyCar team
Maurizio ARRIVABENE (Ferrari)
Claire WILLIAMS (Williams)
Gene HAAS (Haas)
Zak BROWN (McLaren)
USGP Thursday Press Conference
  From Austin
Daniel RICCIARDO (Red Bull Racing)
Fernando ALONSO (McLaren)
Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
Romain GROSJEAN (Haas)
USGP at COTA Preview
  Rain will mix things up
America loves its sports, and autumn brings a cornucopia of action that stretches coast to coast, across purple mountain majesties and amber waves of grain, all taking place under spacious skies. As college football rivalries play out on Saturdays to whet fans’ appetites for NFL action on Sundays, amid the MLB playoffs and the start of the NBA and NHL seasons, motorsports remains very much in the mix. 
Five examples why high-tech companies love F1
  And ignore IndyCar
For decades, Formula One has been dubbed the "fastest R&D lab on Earth". The notion was that motor racing technology would sooner or later trickle down to the road car world. While that was certainly the case for some innovations and inventions, it was not necessarily true on a large scale. The challenges of Formula One were often too specific or the cost for industrial-scale production too high to introduce certain technologies in production vehicles. This, however, has changed in recent years.
FIA announces World Motor Sport Council decisions
  At third World Motor Sport Council of 2018 today in Paris
Final approvals for the following categories:
-Formula 1
-Formula E
-World Rally
-And More.......
Japanese GP Post-Race Press Conference
  From Suzuka
1 – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2 – Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes)
3 – Max VERSTAPPEN (Red Bull Racing)
Hamilton leads every lap at Suzuka
  Another 1-2 for Mercedes in Japanese GP
Leading every lap from pole, Lewis Hamilton won the Japanese GP for the 4th time in the last five years. Valtteri Bottas held off a challenge from Max Verstappen to give Mercedes a 1-2 finish. Verstappen had contact with both Ferraris in the early laps but was quick despite a slightly damaged floor. Daniel Ricciardo drove from 15th on the grid to 4th while the choking Ferrari team could only manage 5th and 6th.
Japanese GP Post-Qualifying Press Conference
  Top-3 Qualifiers
1 - Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2 - Valtteri BOTTAS (Mercedes)
3 - Max VERSTAPPEN (Red Bull)
Hamilton wins pole for Japanese GP
  Mercedes 1-2 as Ferrari team chokes
Lewis Hamilton has won the pole for the Japanese GP and his Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas will start alongside. Having topped every practice session as well, Hamilton put up a lap of 1m27.760s to beat Bottas by 0.299s and win his 80th F1 pole. The two Ferraris will start 4th (Raikkonen) and 9th (Vettel) after making huge errors on tire choice in the rain hit Q3 session. Max Verstappen was third, a massive 1.297s behind Hamilton.
Japanese GP Friday Press Conference
  From Suzuka
Christian HORNER (Red Bull)
Franz TOST (Toro Rosso)
Frederic VASSEUR (Sauber)
Masashi YAMAMOTO (Honda)
Japanese GP Thursday Press Conference
  From Suzuka
Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
Stoffel VANDOORNE (McLaren)
Esteban OCON (Force India)
Lance STROLL (Williams).
Japanese GP Preview
  Featured this week: Supporting the Race from Afar
The Japanese Grand Prix marks the fifth to last event in the 2018 FIA Formula One World Championship, and fifth-place Haas F1 Team is eyeing Sunday’s race at the 5.807-kilometer (3.608-mile), 18-turn Suzuka Circuit as a strong opportunity to take fourth place in the constructors’ standings before heading home for the United States Grand Prix at Circuit of the Americas in Austin, Texas. The layout of Suzuka is a figure-eight, and it is the only track in Formula One with such a configuration.
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