Top ten pictures from the 2015 Japanese Grand Prix

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Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2015 Japanese Grand Prix weekend.

Jules Bianchi tribute

Tributes to Jules Bianchi were left by the Manor garage

McLaren fans

Japan’s passionate and inventive fans did not disappoint – these three sported working DRS hats

Sergio Perez

Sergio Perez cranks on the opposite lock during the soaked Friday practice

Jolyon Palmer

Jolyon Palmer had his first lap of Suzuka – but no more

Fernando Alonso

Alonso saw red as his underpowered Honda engine left him a sitting duck in the race

Mercedes steering wheel

Nico Rosberg’s office

Felipe Massa

The afternoon light glints off Felipe Massa’s Williams


At the start Daniel Ricciardo’s Red Bull bounced off Felipe Massa’s Williams, ruining both their races

Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz Jnr

Max Verstappen launched himself down the inside of team mate Carlos Sainz Jnr to claim ninth place

Lewis Hamilton

After the shock of Singapore, Hamilton was back on top at Suzuka

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2 comments on “Top ten pictures from the 2015 Japanese Grand Prix”

  1. Interesting to see that Rosberg’s wheel has notes about his pre-race procedures stuck to it…

  2. I don’t recall seeing this much Mercedes coverage in the actual race…

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