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On Sunday at 7 a.m., we can look forward to the Japanese Grand Prix as the fastest cars in the world return to one of the sharpest circuits on the planet!

Nice value on Hamilton victory in Japan!

Mercedes’s Lewis Hamilton will look to extend his lead over Sebastian Vettel at the Japanese Grand Prix. The Brit is leading his German rival by 34 points in the Drivers' Championship with five races remaining. Hamilton’s bid for a fourth F1 world championship was enhanced with second place in the Malaysian Grand Prix. Vettel’s comeback from last on the grid to fourth, on a track that was expected to favour Mercedes, gives Ferrari optimism that all is not lost. Mercedes would usually start favourite for Japan, especially given its recent record at the track, but its struggles in Malaysia suggest it will likely find itself in a battle with Ferrari and Red Bull.

  • Hamilton has won two of the last three races at Suzuka, but has never been on pole there.
  • Ferrari has not won at Suzuka since Michael Schumacher's last Japanese success in 2004.
  • Hamilton now has 20 scoring finishes in a row, the longest such run of his career. 

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Will Red Bull take it to the max in the Japanese GP?

Red Bull cannot be discounted, particularly after Max Verstappen secured his first victory of the season in Malaysia, and could take points off Mercedes that in turn would help Ferrari's cause. Verstappen capped a fairytale 20th birthday weekend in Malaysia with his second Formula One victory, as Australian team-mate Daniel Ricciardo took third. The young Dutchman was a definite crowd favourite who received cheers from the packed grandstand every time he passed it, as he went on to easily finish 10 seconds ahead of Lewis Hamilton. Does the talented youngster have what it takes to propel Red Bull to further glory in Japan?

  • Six of the last 12 winners have started on pole.
  • Mercedes have been on pole in 67 of the last 73 races.
  • Hamilton has 114 podiums to date and is second on the all-time list behind Schumacher (155).

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