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Vettel wins 2012 Japanese Grand Prix
Defending world champion Sebastian Vettel seized Japanese Grand Prix with Pole position, fastest lap, and top podium…

Webber: Grosjean needs another holiday Episode 7: McLaren Animation Tooned – The Rising Son
Button: Early pit-stop cost his podium finish Kobayashi pleased with first podium at Suzuka
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08-October-2012
McLaren: Alonso is now under pressure
Red Bull warned Lotus must ‘control’ Grosjean
Hamilton in Button Twitter turn around
07-October-2012
Akebono extends technical partnership with McLaren
Episode 7: McLaren Animation Tooned – The Rising Son
FIA post-race press conference – 2012 Formula 1 Japanese GP
Massa: Podium secure a new deal with Ferrari for future
Hamilton: Red Bulls will be tough to beat
Perez admits own mistake at Suzuka
Button: Early pit-stop cost his podium finish
Kobayashi pleased with first podium at Suzuka
Webber: Grosjean needs another holiday
2012 F1 photos – Race Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka
2012 Latest Drivers’ Standings after Japanese Grand Prix
Alonso: I don’t know what Raikkonen’s idea
Vettel win 2012 Japanese Grand Prix
Race Results – 2012 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix
Alonso out at turn one in Japanese GP
06-October-2012
Alonso: Yellow flag cost qualifying pace
Hülkenberg admits crash was his own mistakes
Kobayashi targets podium finish for his home race at Suzuka
Vergne get three-place grid penalty for holding Senna
Vettel escaped from penalty for Alonso incident
Hamilton: Most disappointing qualifying of my season
Qualifying press conference – 2012 Formula 1 Japanese GP
Vettel and Webber pleased with perfect qualifying for Japanese GP
Qualifying in Photos – 2012 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix
2012 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix race grid
Vettel on Pole Red Bull locked front row in Japanese GP
Qualifying Results – 2012 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix
Third Practice Results – 2012 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix
05-October-2012
Still uncertain Cosworth will continue with Formula 1
Pictures of Jenson Button and his girlfriend Jessica Michibata at Japanese Grand Prix
McLaren still door open for Hamilton return
Kobayashi: Sauber can improve the balance and set up
Hamilton: McLaren vs. Red Bull at Suzuka
Friday’s press conference – 2012 Japanese GP
Pirelli offer Schumacher as test driver role
Ferrari: Troubled windtunnel cost 2012 title chance
McLaren confirms gearbox problems fixed
Webber fastest in second free practice for Japanese GP
Second Practice Results – 2012 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix
Friday practice in Photos 2012 Japanese Grand Prix
Button on top McLaren 1-2 in first practice for Japanese GP
First Practice Results – 2012 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix
04-October-2012
F1 2012 Japanese GP – Friday Practice 1 Live Online Streaming
2012 F1 Japanese Grand Prix Live TV Times
Thursday in Pictures 2012 F1 Japanese GP
Di Resta still undecided about the future plan
Alonso: Hamilton is right to join Mercedes
Schumacher’s retirement a big loss for Formula 1 – Rosberg
FIA Thursday press conference – 2012 Japanese GP
Hamilton clarify the reasons of move from McLaren to Mercedes
Michael Schumacher confirmed his second retirement from F1
03-October-2012
Robert Kubica targets return to 2014 Formula 1
McLaren: Hamilton deal offer was higher in Formula 1
Lotus target to beat Ferrari for third in constructors’ championship
Ferrari complains to FIA about McLaren front wing
DRS zone reduced for Japanese GP
2012 Japanese GP press conference schedule
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