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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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F1 news 2020, 70th anniversary Grand Prix, live, timing, results, British GP, Daniel Ricciardo, Nico Hulkenberg

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Formula One 70th Anniversary Grand Prix, 11.10pm AEST —

Daniel Ricciardo is hunting his best-ever finish in a Renault when he starts from a strong fifth place on the Silverstone grid on Sunday night.

Ricciardo finished last week’s British Grand Prix in fourth – his equal-best result for Renault – but strong performances in practice and qualifying throughout this weekend has him well-placed to go one better this time around.

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Daniel Ricciardo once again put in another strong showing at Silverstone as he qualified in P5 for the 70th Anniversary Grand Prix this weekend.

The Australian has shown good pace all weekend and only just missed out on the second row of the grid, despite putting in his time on intermediate tires, rather than the softs that the majority of the pack were on.

That means he will start on mediums compared to the others, meaning theoretically he should be able to go for longer than his rivals without pitting.

“That’s a cracking time from Ricciardo,” Sky Sports’ Martin Brundle said after the lap that set his qualifying time.

Ricciardo himself was also delighted, having finished fifth last week, his joint-best ever finish in a Renault.

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Formula One, 70th Anniversary Grand Prix Qualifying, 11pm AEST —

Daniel Ricciardo is hoping to replicate his best day in a Renault this season after finishing Friday’s second practice session in a stunning third.

While the Mercedes duo of Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas comfortably topped the timesheets in both practice sessions, Ricciardo stunned the paddock with a scorching lap to pip Red Bull’s Max Verstappen to third on the timesheets.

It left the Aussie crowing about ‘genuine’ pace – and targeting a first podium since Monaco 2018.

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