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Mercedes eye F1 history in typhoon-hit Japan

Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes are poised to make Formula 1 history at the typhoon-hit Japanese Grand Prix. After the decision to cancel all track activities on Saturday because of Typhoon Hagibis, qualifying is set to be run on Sunday morning at 10:00 local time (02:00 BST), with the race as scheduled at 14:10 (06:10). Hamilton and team-mate Valtteri Bottas could secure a world-record sixth consecutive drivers' and constructors' World Championship double for the Mercedes team. This would break the record of five straight title doubles set by the Ferrari with Michael Schumacher from 2000-2004. Hamilton cannot quite seal his sixth world drivers' championship in Japan, but if results go their...
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