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FIA confirms 2015 calendar
The FIA has officially confirmed that the 2015 Formula 1 season will run to a 20-race calendar, with the schedule containing only minor tweaks from a leaked list which circulated at Monza.
Japan & Russia tyres revealed
Pirelli have announced their tyre choices for the forthcoming grands prix in Japan and Russia.
19-race calendar for 2014
The Formula 1 season will stay at 19 races for 2014 after New Jersey, Mexico and South Korea as expected all failed to make the final calendar cut.
Horner: It was a free fight
Christian Horner has said Red Bull were initially unsure which of their drivers' strategies would ultimately win out in the Japanese GP - and insists Mark Webber would have been free to challenge Sebastian Vettel for victory in the closing laps.
Grosjean set to be retained
Lotus Team Principal Eric Boullier has hinted that Romain Grosjean's future with the team is all but assured after his starring role in Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix.
Alonso: Podium out of reach
Fernando Alonso has admitted Ferrari simply didn't possess the raw pace to catch the Red Bulls and Lotus of Romain Grosjean in the Japanese GP.
'Drive-through ruined my race'
A frustrated Daniel Ricciardo admitted his drive-through penalty in the Japanese GP "ruined my race" after he missed out on a points finish.
Hulkenberg: Deal not signed
Fresh from another impressive result in the Japanese GP, the in-demand Nico Hulkenberg has denied finalising his future amid speculation he has signed a contract for the 2014 season.
Webber 'surprised' by strategy
Mark Webber has admitted he was "surprised" to be switched to a three-stop strategy by Red Bull after finishing second to two-stopping team-mate Sebastian Vettel in the Japanese GP.
Driver reaction - Japanese GP
The 22 drivers have their say on a thrilling Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka where Sebastian Vettel took victory.
Vettel: Japan 2011 inspired me
Sebastian Vettel has credited his defeat in the 2011 Japanese GP for being the inspiration behind his strategic victory in Sunday's race at Suzuka.
Hamilton bemoans bad luck
Lewis Hamilton has bemoaned his bad luck after retiring from the Japanese GP following a first-corner clash with Sebastian Vettel.
Vettel wins gripping Japan GP
Sebastian Vettel moved to the brink of his fourth successive world title with yet another victory at the Japanese GP - however his route to a fifth straight win was far removed from recent races as he won a gripping three-way battle at the front.
McLaren confirm Prodromou
McLaren confirmed on Saturday that they've succeeded in their attempt to lure top aerodynamicist Peter Prodromou back from Red Bull.
Lotus pair poised again
Romain Grosjean once more had the better of Lotus team-mate Kimi Raikkonen in qualifying at the Japanese GP but the Finn has insisted he's happier with his car than at previous races.
Driver reaction - Qualifying
From Sebastian Vettel's KERS issues to Max Chilton's Q1 delight, it's the post-Japanese GP qualifying 22-part driver wrap...
Alonso unhappy with his pace
Fernando Alonso conceded he was "not doing good enough so far" at the Japanese GP after suffered another qualifying defeat to outgoing team-mate Felipe Massa - but nonetheless admitted he no longer had any "emotion" about Ferrari's single-lap malaise.
Vettel: No KERS concerns
Sebastian Vettel is confident Red Bull will be able to fix the problem which curtailed his running on Saturday at Suzuka in time for Sunday's Japanese GP.
Lewis hopes to pose a threat
Lewis Hamilton has expressed hope that he will at least be able to prevent the Red Bulls from 'walking away too easy' in the Japanese GP after admitting the RB9s were out of reach for him in qualifying.
Webber downplays pole position
Mark Webber has described his pole position for the Japanese GP as a "little bit hollow" after Sebastian Vettel was hampered by a reoccurring KERS problem at Suzuka.