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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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MotoGP 2020 riders, Johann Zarco, Ducati-Avintia, MotoGP news

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Johann Zarco has signed with Ducati-Avintia for the 2020 MotoGP season weeks after saying it was “not a top team’, the French rider and the satellite outfit announced on Monday.

Zarco, 29, had originally criticised the Spanish team in November, claiming it would be a “mistake to go there”.

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Supercars news, Supercars 2020, Holden Commodore, Commodore Supercars

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The Commodore will continue in Supercars until the end of 2021 amid the bombshell announcement the brand will retire the iconic nameplate.

In a move which has shocked the automotive industry, both the ZB Commodore and BK Astra will be withdrawn from the market next year as Holden looks to narrow its portfolio exclusively on SUVs and light commercial vehicles.

The Commodore model, which has been present since 1978, will continue to be sold until the existing stocks are depleted.

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Lewis Hamilton, F1 2019, Mercedes F1, F1 news, F1 2020

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Six times world champion Lewis Hamilton laid hands on the Formula One winners’ trophy as his late team boss Niki Lauda was voted personality of the year at the governing FIA’s awards gala.

Austrian Lauda, a triple world champion and one of the all-time greats as well as the Mercedes team’s non-executive chairman, died in May aged 70 after a lung transplant the previous August.

The award was the result of a vote by permanently accredited media from the International Automobile Federation’s various championships. There was also recognition of late race director Charlie Whiting, who died before the season-opening race in Australia, and French F2 driver Anthoine Hubert, who died at the Belgian Grand Prix weekend in July.

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