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Formula 1 Renault disqualified after using illegal driver aid Renault has been found guilty of using an illegal driver aid in its Formula 1 car following the protest lodged by Racing Point after the Japanese Grand Prix

Formula 1 Renault responds to DSQ for illegal driver aid Renault says the "subjectivity" of determining a driver aid and "variability" of penalties in related cases will inform whether it appeals its disqualification from Formula 1's Japanese Grand Prix

Formula 1 Hulkenberg plight shows "sad" driver market state Nico Hulkenberg's failure to land a seat for 2020 would be proof of how "sad" Formula 1's driver market has become, says his former team-mate Sergio Perez

Formula 2 Correa stands for the first time since Spa crash Juan Manuel Correa stood for the first time since his Spa Formula 2 accident, after which he had to undergo multiple operations and voted against amputation of his right leg

MotoGP KTM names Zarco replacement for 2020 KTM has named Brad Binder as Johann Zarco's replacement in its factory MotoGP team in 2020 and will line-up alongside existing rider Pol Espargaro

Formula 1 Horner: Verstappen doesn't share Jos' frustration Christian Horner says Max Verstappen does not share the same frustrations about the current performance of the Red Bull Formula 1 team as his father Jos

Autosport Plus F1 teams' latest veto proves a will to spite their own faces OPINION: Formula 1's push for three reversed-grid races in 2020 hit the buffers when the teams rejected the idea. By blocking the latest attempt to improve the racing spectacle, self-interested teams displayed an underlying fear of change

F1 rookies versus LMP1 star in latest Awards category Vote for the British Driver of the Year now

Top 10 rare F1 liveries From one-off specials to concepts quickly abandoned

Does Bottas have the hardest job in F1? The F1 Racing podcast discusses Bottas, F1's on-going sponsor angst and more

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  • Race: 71 laps / 305.354 km
Japan / 13 Oct
Pos Driver Team
1 Bottas Mercedes
2 Vettel Ferrari
3 Hamilton Mercedes
4 Albon Red Bull/Honda
5 Sainz Jr. McLaren/Renault
6 Leclerc Ferrari
7 Gasly Toro Rosso/Honda
8 Perez Racing Point/Mercedes
9 Stroll Racing Point/Mercedes
10 Kvyat Toro Rosso/Honda
Standings / After 17 races
Pos Driver Points
1 Lewis Hamilton 338
2 Valtteri Bottas 274
3 Charles Leclerc 223
4 Max Verstappen 212
5 Sebastian Vettel 212
6 Carlos Sainz Jr. 76
7 Pierre Gasly 75
8 Alexander Albon 64
9 Sergio Perez 37
10 Lando Norris 35
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