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Japanese GP: Result

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07/10/2018

Full result of the Honda Japanese Grand Prix.

Pos Driver Team Laps Gap
1 Hamilton Mercedes 53 1hr 27:17.062
2 Bottas Mercedes 53 + 0:12.919
3 Verstappen Red Bull 53 + 0:14.295
4 Ricciardo Red Bull 53 + 0:19.495
5 Raikkonen Ferrari 53 + 0:50.998
6 Vettel Ferrari 53 + 1:09.873
7 Perez Force India 53 + 1:19.379
8 Grosjean Haas 53 + 1:27.198
9 Ocon Force India 53 + 1:28.055
10 Sainz Renault 52 + 1 Lap
11 Gasly Toro Rosso 52 + 1 Lap
12 Ericsson Sauber 52 + 1 Lap
13 Hartley Toro Rosso 52 + 1 Lap
14 Alonso McLaren 52 + 1 Lap
15 Vandoorne McLaren 52 + 1 Lap
16 Sirotkin Williams 52 + 1 Lap
17 Stroll Williams 52 + 1 Lap
Leclerc Sauber 38 Accident Damage
Hulkenberg Renault 37 Rear End Issue
Magnussen Haas 8 Accident Damage

Fastest Lap: Vettel (Ferrari) 1:32.670 (Lap 53)

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1. Posted by Stitch431, 07/10/2018 14:53

"I see a negative rating here, but no funded why. I can also add to the case that in Austria it was the other way around and Raikkönen pushed out Max after coming back on track. Only he did not get any punishment. Therefore I am more than convinced that FIA Steward rulings tend to go almost always in favor of Ferrari. You can be of the opinion that this is not the case, but in that case, I'd like to see some well-funded arguments, that might convince me of the opposite."

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2. Posted by Stitch431, 07/10/2018 8:45

"I'd like to say a few words to the punishment of Max with the incident with Kimi, and later on the one of Vettel torpedoing Max and getting no punishment for that: According to Alex Wurz, here in Austria the commentator, the artificial grass had just been dyed green, because of which he (Max) slipped straight and shot back onto the track as it were. It is also visible in the onboard that Max has completely steered the wheel to the left. He could do nothing more than he had already done here. Wurz would, if he was a steward on duty, not give an extra penalty because it is a race accident (no intention). On the other hand, there is the action of Vettel who was clearly behind Max and then torpedoed into his side. Lucky for Max he got no damage and Vettel did himself no good and spinned. Still, he should have been punished for this blunt fault but was not. Seems to me the FIA still wears Ferrari glasses."

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