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See You In Suzuka

The Japanese Grand Prix Sunday at Suzuka Circuit marks the last of a three-race stretch through the Far East, and the trip has tested Haas F1 Team along with drivers Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen.

Pirelli: Japanese Grand Prix Preview

The epic, old-school Suzuka circuit is well-known for being one of the biggest challenges for tyres on the calendar, thanks to its high-energy loads, yet for the first time Pirelli isn’t bringing the hardest tyre: instead the nominated compounds are P Zero White medium, P Zero Yellow soft, and P Zero Red supersoft.

Haas F1 Team: Japanese Grand Prix

Haas F1 Team drivers Romain Grosjean and Esteban Gutiérrez finished 11th and 20th, respectively, in the Japanese Grand Prix Sunday at Suzuka Circuit.

Pirelli: Japanese Grand Prix

The Japanese Grand Prix lived up to its action-packed reputation, with plenty of overtaking and a wide variety of tyre strategies at work. A two-stop soft-hard-hard strategy proved to be the most popular option, used by all the top three.

Pirelli: Japanese Grand Prix Qualifying

Mercedes driver Nico Rosberg has claimed pole position for the Japanese Grand Prix, setting a time of 1m30.647s on the soft tyre: the fastest time of the weekend so far that was around two seconds faster than last year’s pole.