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After Japan
Championship Standings:
1 Lewis Hamilton 277
2 Nico Rosberg 229
3 Sebastian Vettel 218
4 Kimi Raikkonen 119
5 Valtteri Bottas 111
6 Felipe Massa 97
7 Daniel Ricciardo 73
8 Daniil Kvyat 66
9 Romain Grosjean 44
10 Sergio Perez 39
11 Nico Hulkenberg 38
12 Max Verstappen 32
13 Felipe Nasr 17
14 Pastor Maldonado 16
15 Carlos Sainz 12
16 Fernando Alonso 11
17 Marcus Ericsson 9
18 Jenson Button 6
19 Roberto Merhi 0
20 Will Stevens 0
21 Alexander Rossi 0

1 Mercedes 506
2 Ferrari 337
3 Williams/Mercedes 208
4 Red Bull/Renault 139
5 Force India/Mercedes 77
6 Lotus/Mercedes 60
7 Toro Rosso/Renault 44
8 Sauber/Ferrari 26
9 McLaren/Honda 17
10 Marussia/Ferrari 0
Latest F1 News and Commentary

Russian GP Preview
  At Sochi
Several F1 teams preview the upcoming Russian GP at Sochi where the 100 HP Mercedes advantage will again see Lewis Hamilton run away and hide. The circuit in Sochi, which was new to the calendar one year ago, is regarded in our team as one of the kindest on the tires due to its special surface, the absence of very high speed corners and the cool ambient temperatures. On this basis, Pirelli has chosen the soft and supersoft compounds, as opposed to the medium and soft that were used one year ago: it will be interesting to reassess what that means for the car's set-up and race strategy.
Haas F1 driver announcement transcript
  First of two drivers
An Interview With:
Haas F1 Team Selects Grosjean as Driver
  Experienced Racer Joins American-Led F1 Team
When Haas F1 Team makes its debut in the FIA Formula 1 World Championship in 2016, it will do so with an experienced racer in Romain Grosjean. The 29-year-old Grosjean has competed in 78 Formula One races and scored 10 podium finishes, with the most recent being a third-place result in August at the Belgian Grand Prix. He is currently in his fifth Formula One season with Lotus F1 Team.
Close F1 and IndyCar Cockpits, Save Lives
  by Ethan Bregman
Justin Wilson, my friend, my colleague, the man with whom I first stood on top of an IndyCar podium, is dead. His death last month was preventable. We in the racing industry had the technology and ability to prevent his death and we chose not to. In the 1950s, our engineering capabilities were such that racing cars would destruct on impact. They became cages of flaming death. The cars had no seatbelts and open cockpits, since a driver’s best hope for survival in a crash was a prayer to be thrown clear of the wreckage.
Japanese GP Sunday Press Conference
  At Suzuka
1 – Lewis HAMILTON (Mercedes)
2 – Nico ROSBERG (Mercedes)
3 – Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
Hamilton leads Mercedes 1-2 in Japan
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
Using the superior power of his Mercedes engine, Lewis Hamilton took the lead of the Japanese GP and paraded to an easy win 18.9 sec. win. Hamilton nudged his teammate Nico Rosberg off the track in the first corner allowing Sebastian Vettel up to 2nd. But the massive HP advantage of the Mercedes was too much for the Ferrari and Vettel never got close to challenging Hamilton who is now all but assured of the 2015 title.
Mercedes engines to start 1-2-3 at Suzuka
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
As predicted, superior Mercedes power won the pole for the Japanese GP. Nico Rosberg claimed his 2nd pole position of 2015 for the Japanese Grand Prix, but he was lucky as his teammate Lewis Hamilton was sure to beat him if not for a spectacular accident by Red Bull's Daniil Kvyat that brought a premature end to qualifying at Suzuka. The Williams-Mercedes of Valtteri Bottas set the third fastest time making it a Mercedes engine 1-2-3 on the fast Suzuka circuit.
Japanese GP: Friday Press Conference
  From Suzuka
Jonathan NEALE (McLaren)
Yasuhisa ARAI (Honda)
Luigi FRABONI (Ferrari)
Paddy LOWE (Mercedes)
Christian HORNER (Red Bull Racing)
Japanese GP: Thursday Press Conference
  From Suzuka
Nico HULKENBERG (Force India)
Max VERSTAPPEN (Toro Rosso)
Will STEVENS (Manor)
Valtteri BOTTAS (Williams)
Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
Jenson BUTTON (McLaren)
Analyzing Red Bull's F1 dilemma
  by Brian Carroccio
No doubt, racing is a bottom-line, cutthroat, what have you done for me lately business. That said, I think one would be hard-pressed to come up with a nastier, more drawn out, more it-really-didn’t-have-to-end-this-way divorce than what we’ve witnessed between Red Bull and Renault over the last 8 months. And while the general belief is that the Adrian Newey-designed RB chassis from 2010-2013 were the primary driving force behind the team’s four consecutive Constructor and Driver championships, Renault’s contributions to that historic run cannot be disputed.
Singapore GP: Sunday Press Conference
  Top-3 finishers
1 – Sebastian VETTEL (Ferrari)
2 – Daniel RICCIARDO (Red Bull Racing)
3 – Kimi RAIKKONEN (Ferrari)
Vettel goes flag-to-flag in Singapore
  by Mark J. Cipolloni
Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel controlled the pace of the race from the start, pulling away from Red Bull's Daniel Ricciardo at will, and waltzed to his third win of the year in the Singapore Grand Prix. Kimi Raikkonen came home third for Ferrari ahead of the Mercedes of Nico Rosberg and the Williams of Valtteri Bottas. Championship leader Lewis Hamilton retired with engine problems.
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