Max Verstappen clinched the Formula 1 championship in anti-climactic circumstances at Suzuka, but the title fights disappointed in many single-seater series this year.
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Honda’s logos will reappear on Red Bull and AlphaTauri’s cars for the rest of 2022, starting with this weekend’s Japanese GP at Suzuka
The row over Formula 1’s budget cap may dominate a weekend when Max Verstappen can clinch his second world championship.
The Japanese Grand Prix will remain at Suzuka until at least the 2024 season after the circuit agreed a new deal with Formula 1.
Suzuka won’t decide the destiny of the title this year but it has seen many world championship showdowns in the past. Here’s ten of the best.
The 2011 drivers’ championship-deciding race did not produce the surprise we saw last year.
Vettel and Button won the Singapore and Japan votes.
Fans’ F1 videos from Suzuka.
Red Bull have retained their constructors’ championship title.
Pirelli confirm Lewis Hamilton’s loss of pace at Suzuka was not due to a puncture
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Vettel may not have won the race, but he did win the championship.
Button said it “means a lot” to win at a track where Red Bull have been strong.
Alonso was on top form as he held off Vettel for second while Massa had another run-in with Hamilton.
The Mercedes drivers closed to within three points of each other in the championship in Japan.
The Renault drivers shared row five but finished six cars apart.
Sauber’s new parts helped Sergio Perez to eighth from 17th on the grid despite him being unwell.
Force India paid the price of not splitting their strategies as the safety car delayed both drivers.