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Pierre Gasly 'very happy' with Japanese GP with lack of track-time prior to race

For all of the Formula 1 drivers, the 2019 Japanese Grand Prix weekend will be one to remember. Typhoon Hagibis dominated the weekend, with FP1 and FP2 both running fine, but all of Saturday's action was cancelled. FP3 didn't happen at the weekend, with the weather producing large disruptions to the schedule. Qualifying was called off on Saturday, with the three sessions happening on Sunday, just a few hours before the race. Toro Rosso driver Pierre Gasly didn't drive in FP1, with Naoki Yamamoto given a run-out by his team at his home grand prix. The Frenchman did race on Sunday, though, and the Frenchman continued to impress, driving to a P8 finish, for the Red Bull sister team since...
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