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Renault Sport Formula One Team returned to the points as Carlos Sainz fought through to finish the Honda Japanese Grand Prix in tenth place at Suzuka. Carlos executed a long first stint – matched with a slick pit-stop – to capitalise on fresh tyres towards the end of the race, before clinching the final point with three laps remaining.

Nico Hülkenberg retired from the race on lap 37 with a rear end issue. The team remain in fourth place in the Constructors’ Championship, eight points ahead of their nearest rival. Read More »

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Casio Computer Co., Ltd. today launched the Casio Edifice Red Bull Racing game app on Facebook which offers participants the chance to win a trip to the Japanese GP. The app lets fans become engineers as they are challenged to optimise the set-up of a Formula One car to make it ready for the changing conditions on Race Day. The game has been built in collaboration with the Red Bull Racing Formula One Engineering Team, to ensure its settings are as realistic as possible. Read More »

The FIA Formula One World Championship remains in the Far East for round 15 of the 19 race calendar; the Japanese Grand Prix.  The race is held at the famed Suzuka Circuit, a high-speed figure of eight track that features every possible corner, from high speed kinks to flowing linked turns and profiled curved bends and chicanes and hairpins. As such, it’s a tough challenge for the Renault RS27 engine that needs to deliver across the entire power spectrum without sacrificing driveability and responsiveness. Read More »