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Haas F1 Haas F1 Team drivers Kevin Magnussen and Romain Grosjean qualified 13th and 16th, respectively, for the Japanese Grand Prix Sunday at Suzuka Circuit. However, a grid penalty incurred by 10th-place qualifier Fernando Alonso means that Magnussen will start 12th. Magnussen set the 15th-fastest time in Q1 with a lap of 1:30.774 around the 5.807-kilometer (3.608-mile), 18-turn track.
Red Bull DANIEL RICCIARDO “This morning in the dry we went out early because we thought the rain was going to come at the end of the session and we did quite a lot of running. Ferrari were quite strong and Mercedes always turn it up on a Saturday so we still have some pace to find, but the balance was pretty good and overall it was a good morning.
Force India Sahara Force India scored nine points in the Malaysian Grand Prix as Sergio Perez raced to sixth place ahead of Esteban Ocon in tenth. SERGIO PEREZ “It was probably the hardest race of my career, on a weekend in which I feared I would need to give up. It is an amazing result just to make it to the finish: I just kept going out of willingness to do it and I have to thank the doctors for helping me out.
Williams Felipe Massa qualified 11th and Lance Stroll 13th for the Malaysian Grand Prix Both drivers progressed into the second qualifying session, with Felipe fifth and Lance 14th in Q1 Felipe showed good pace, but was just pushed out of the running for Q3 in the closing stages of the session Lance improved on every run ending Q2 just 0.273 seconds adrift of Felipe Paddy Lowe, Chief Technical Officer We had a trouble-free session, but overall it was a bit of a disappointing
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Formula One, is heading to Malaysia for the last time this weekend, as the government decided that the race is not profitable any more. Sepang International joined F1 in 1999, it was a part of Bernie Ecclestone’s plan to expand Formula 1 in countries around the world. Bernie’s idea has not worked very well ...