Kamui Kobayasi was voted Driver of the Weekend for the Japanese Grand Prix, just ahead of Sebastian Vettel.
An average score of 6.380 meant this was the second-lowest of the last five Japanese Grands Prix.
Romain Grosjean said his team have urged him to avoid a repeat of his previous first-lap collisions in this weekend’s Korean Grand Prix.
Kimi Raikkonen’s qualifying spin and new angles on the first-lap crashes can be seen in these fans’ videos from Suzuka – plus an unusual pit stop for the safety car.
Ten of the best pictures which tell the story of the 2012 Japanese Grand Prix.
Three players tied for the top score in the Japanese Grand Prix round of the Predictions Championship.
Compare all the drivers’ performances and vote for who you think was the best driver of the Japanese Grand Prix weekend.
“I’ve always felt that if you ever want to look back and regard yourself as a Formula One driver, you have to have been on the podium at least once.”
Sebastian Vettel dominated the Japanese Grand Prix, scoring a perfect result for the second time in his F1 career. Here’s the stats and facts from the race.
Felipe Massa’s run to second place showed that the much-maligned Ferrari F2012 had strong race pace.
Sebastian Vettel couldn’t resist pumping in the fastest lap of the race on his penultimate tour of Suzuka despite his team urging him to take it easy.
McLaren set the fastest pit stop of the Japanese Grand Prix – and it allowed Lewis Hamilton to take fifth place off Kimi Raikkonen. Marussia also impressed on pit lane.
Pictures from the Japanese Grand Prix, won by Sebastian Vettel ahead of Felipe Massa and Kamui Kobayashi.
Kimi Raikkonen said he “couldn’t go anywhere else” when he tangled with Fernando Alonso on the first lap of the Japanese Grand Prix.
An unhappy Mark Webber hit out at Romain Grosjean following their clash on the first lap of the Japanese Grand Prix.
Sebastian Vettel claimed his third Japanese Grand Prix win in four years in dominant style after title rival Fernando Alonso crashed out.
Fernando Alonso’s championship lead is slashed to four points by Sebastian Vettel as he fails to finish at Suzuka.
Sebastian Vettel claimed his third victory in the Japanese Grand Prix ahead of Felipe Massa and Kamui Kobayashi.
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