Don’t miss any of the 2015 Japanese Grand Prix sessions – here are the times for all of this weekend’s action, plus the penultimate Formula Renault 3.5 round.
Sebastian Vettel says it will be a “big surprise” if Mercedes struggle as much this weekend as they did in Singapore.
Jenson Button declined to end speculation on his plans for 2016 during today’s FIA press conference in Japan but told reporters “I’ll be happy next year.”
If Ferrari are as competitive in Japan as they were in Singapore, Sebastian Vettel could make a late bid for the championship.
Drainage has been improved at several points around the Suzuka circuit including the corner where Jules Bianchi crashed during last year’s race.
The Manor team has asked for understanding as it returns to the scene of Jules Bianchi’s fatal accident at this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix.
Pirelli will bring its softest combination of tyres for the second Russian Grand Prix after last year’s tyre selection was found to be very conservative.
The 2015 F1 calendar will feature a record-breaking 21 races as South Korea makes a surprise return to Formula One next year.
The FIA has published the official 2015 F1 calendar which includes 20 races.
The return of the Mexican Grand Prix next year will increase the 2015 F1 calendar to 20 races.