Lewis Hamilton won his eighth race of 2017 in Japan ahead of the two Red Bull drivers. Sebastian Vettel retired.
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The 2017 Japanese Grand Prix in pictures.
Jolyon Palmer says he is open to a Formula One return in the future despite his early departure from Renault following today’s race.
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Suzuka has served up memorable drama in the past when title rivals have shared the front row. Will Sebastian Vettel stop Lewis Hamilton taking another win?
Mercedes have made the biggest step forward at Suzuka of all the teams. Ferrari are not far behind, however, and there’s some good news for Honda.
Jolyon Palmer has announced tomorrow’s Japanese Grand Prix will be his last race for Renault.
Traffic was a problem for many drivers during qualifying at Suzuka. Lance Stroll was particularly unhappy, saying he got held up on both his timed efforts during Q1.
Romain Grosjean said his crash during Q1 at Suzuka was caused by sudden oversteer and his car was quick enough to get into the top ten.
Sergio Perez has avoided a penalty for holding up Lance Stroll during the qualifying session at Suzuka.
Stoffel Vandoorne says he is not disappointed at missing the cut to get into the pole position shoot-out at Suzuka.
Kimi Raikkonen says his crash during final practice meant he went into qualifying unsure about his car.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the 2017 Japanese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel share the front row of the grid for the Japanese Grand Prix as Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen take penalties.
Lewis Hamilton took his tenth pole position of the season and his first ever at Suzuka after dominating qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen is set to receive a grid penalty for the Japanese Grand Prix following his crash in final practice.
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Three further drivers have been handed grid penalties ahead of qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix, bringing the total up to four.
Valtteri Bottas was quickest in final practice at Suzuka despite crashing halfway through session and being unable to continue.