Straight off the back of the Korean Grand Prix, the F1 paddock have jumped on a plane to Suzuka for the Japanese Grand Prix.
A fan and driver favourite, the Honda-owned circuit has a rich history in Formula 1 and has produced many iconic races in the past; from Senna and Prost’s battles in 1989 and 1990 to Raikkonen’s storming 2005 drive.
The 2012 Japanese Grand Prix was certainly a dramatic one. It had a huge impact on the championship with challenger Fernando Alonso crashing out at turn one after contact with Kimi Raikkonen. Vettel went on to win the his second consecutive race, dominating to finish 20 seconds clear of podium returnee Felipe Massa.
Home hero Kamui Kobayashi crossed...
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