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Drivers feel F1 can learn from Suzuka two-day format

Due to the impending arrival of typhoon Hagibis, F1 took the wise decision to scrap all Saturday running in advance, rather than, as has previously been the case, waiting to see how things develop. Now, not for the first time, qualifying will take place on Sunday morning, a few hours before the race. However, with fears that the after effects of the typhoon could still compromise proceedings on Sunday morning, the FIA revealed that were this to be the case the grid order for the Grand Prix would be based on the results of Friday's second practice session. As a result, fans witnessed more running than usual, as drivers had access to more tyres than usual, and the added bonus of drivers...
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