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F1, Japanese Grand Prix 2019 LIVE: Results, race, qualifying, timings, timesheet, Daniel Ricciardo, crash, video, watch, stream

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Welcome to FOX SPORTS’ live coverage of the Japanese Grand Prix at the Suzuka Circuit.

The typhoon causing chaos across Japan and cancelling a number of Rugby World Cup matches also hit Suzuka, causing Saturday’s qualifying session to be postponed to just hours before the official race.

Mercedes can clinch the constructors’ championship this weekend, while Lewis Hamilton can knock all of his rivals out of title contention – except for teammate Valtteri Bottas, who will still be in with a chance come the end of the race.

With 104 points still on offer in the four races after Japan, Leclerc will need to outscore Hamilton by four points and Max Verstappen will need to take seven points out of the Englishman, while Sebastian Vettel requires a 25-point swing in Sunday’s race.

But Bottas would still be in the hunt even if he retired and Hamilton took the maximum 26 points for win and fastest lap.

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Supercars 2021: Full driver line-up, every team, news, Bathurst,

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Confirmation of Garry Jacobson’s signing at Team Sydney means the 2021 Repco Supercars Championship grid is complete.

Jacobson fills the vacancy alongside Fabian Coulthard, who has moved from Dick Johnson Racing.

Team Sydney enters 2021 as one of three teams with an all-new driver line-up, alongside DJR and Erebus Motorsport.

Coulthard to lead Team Sydney

Coulthard to lead Team Sydney

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Triple Eight Race Engineering, Walkinshaw Andretti United, Brad Jones Racing and Team 18 will all field unchanged line-ups.

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F1 news 2021, Monaco Grand Prix, cancelled, Canada, Azerbaijan, reports, race calendar, latest

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Monaco Grand Prix organisers have insisted that the iconic Formula One race will go ahead this season, despite whispers that it would suffer a second cancellation in as many years.

Like the Australian Grand Prix last year, the Monaco edition was shelved due to COVID-19 as F1 decided to focus on ready-built circuits to fill the makeshift calendar, rather than temporary street circuits.

And with the Aus GP now being shifted from its traditional home as the season curtain raiser to a new November date, Monaco has now come under the spotlight.

A Dutch newspaper has claimed that Monaco, along with Azerbaijan and Canada, is in danger of being removed from the 2021 calendar as F1 again panics over the street races and the time it takes to build infrastructure for those events given the ongoing COVID pandemic.

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Supercars 2021: Bathurst 1000, Nick Percat opens up on career, Brad Jones Racing, news

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In the early years of his career, Nick Percat went from winning Bathurst on his first attempt in 2011 – the first rookie in 30 years to do so – to winning the Australian Formula Ford championship and breaking Steven Richards’ record for most race wins.

It hasn’t all been smooth sailing since then, with the veteran facing a turbulent journey with mixed results.

Talking to FoxSports.com.au, the 32-year-old opens up on the decision to re-sign with Brad Jones Racing, what the future of Supercars could look like, and that disqualification from the 2020 Bathurst 1000.

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Coulthard to lead Team Sydney

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Do you think that signing on for another two years took a lot of pressure off you throughout the season, and let you just focus on the racing? How important was that for you?

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