13 October 2019

A little longer than usual after the race...

The Japanese Grand Prix was a race that Valtteri Bottas won at the start. He surged ahead of the Ferraris on the front row and then charged away, while Lewis Hamilton battled with Sebastian Vettel for second place. Charles Leclerc ruined his own race - and that of Max Verstappen, by overly aggressive driver that ended up getting him into trouble. It was a tense race, with no shortage of action and ended up Mercedes winning its sixth Constructors' title. Things were confused a system glitch which finished the race a lap early, as Hamilton was hunting down Vettel, trying to get a Mercedes 1-2. Alex Albon was fourth scoring his best F1 finish yet, while Carlos Sainz was fifth for McLaren

- We talk to Race Director Michael Masi
- We ask Toto Wolff about winning
- We look at Ferrari's problem... 
- We look back at Monaco 1985 - DT has strong views about some motorsport magazines
- JS asks questions about typhoons
- The Hack delves into historybr /> - Peter Nygaard captures Suzuka, on a weekend where light was not easy

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