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Damage limitation for Alonso as Vettel looks strong 6th October 2012, 15:16
Will Vettel finally become the first driver to score back-to-back wins this year? Here’s a look ahead to the Japanese Grand Prix.
Pictures from qualifying and final practice for the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.
Sebastian Vettel will keep his pole position for the Japanese Grand Prix after the stewards investigated him for holding up Fernando Alonso.
Jean-Eric Vergne has been moved back three places on the grid for the Japanese Grand Prix for holding up Bruno Senna during qualifying.
Fernando Alonso said the yellow flags for Kimi Raikkonen’s spin cost him a potential third place on the grid for the Japanese Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton said a change in set-up on his car caused the handling problems which left him languishing in ninth on the grid.
Red Bull lock out the front row while Kamui Kobayashi inherits third place due to Jenson Button’s penalty.
Sebastian Vettel claimed pole position for the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka for the fourth consecutive year as Red Bull locked out the front row.
The Red Bull pair headed the times as practice came to an end at Suzuka, Sebastian Vettel ahead of Mark Webber.
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