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Mercedes F1 constructors champions, F1 Japanese GP, Valtteri Bottas, Lewis Hamilton

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Mercedes celebrated making Formula 1 history as the “special” six-time world champions underlined their status as the undisputed kings of the sport’s current era.

Valtteri Bottas’ emphatic victory at Suzuka and Lewis Hamilton’s third-place finish — plus bonus point for fastest lap — meant Mercedes wrapped up the 2019 constructors’ championship at the first opportunity, despite Ferrari having locked out the grid’s front row earlier on Sunday morning.

Not only did the result tie Ferrari’s record for the most consecutive constructors’ championship — six in a row — it also meant that only Hamilton or Bottas can now mathematically finish the year as the world drivers’ champion.

Mercedes are therefore assured of becoming the first team to win six drivers’ and constructors’ doubles in succession, eclipsing the record of five they have shared with Ferrari (2000-2004) since last year.

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Brazilian F1 GP, live race blog, results, timing, F1 2019

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Max Verstappen claimed a second career pole in Brazil, and is eyeing off an eighth career win as he looks to put a stranglehold on third in the standings.

One story will be how Charles Leclerc vaults from 14th after he not only butchered his chance at pole, but also copped a 10-spot grid penalty due to an engine change.

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Valencia MotoGP, live race updates, results, timing

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The finale is upon us! It has been Marc Marquez’s season, a record-breaking season. So many storylines have featured, and this weekend is Jorge Lorenzo’s last.

So much is at stake in Valencia, with the teams’ championship still well and truly up for grabs.

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Quartararo secures pole

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Brazilian F1 GP, qualifying, results, timing, Charles Leclerc penalty, Max Verstappen pole

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Charles Leclerc blamed himself and apologised to Ferrari on Saturday after qualifying fourth on the grid for Sunday’s Brazilian Grand Prix.

The Monegasque driver, who is set to take a 10-place penalty after taking a new engine, said he had made a mistake during his best lap, which had cost him three-tenths of a second, and wrecked his hopes of taking pole.

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