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– D’station Racing dominates in first race as Aston Martin partner team
– Works driver Darren Turner returns to winning ways on Suzuka debut
– New Vantage GT3 delivers on promise as a top flight customer GT car

Aston Martin Racing partner team D’station Racing secured the first outright victory for the new Aston Martin Vantage GT3 at Suzuka Raceway, in the opening round of the Super Taikyu series. Read More »

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It was an emotional day at the Suzuka International Circuit as Renault Sport Formula One Team bid a fond farewell to driver Jolyon Palmer who drove a strong race, gaining six positions in the Japanese Grand Prix to finish twelfth at Suzuka. Nico Hülkenberg was also having a strong race – running as high as fifth – but was forced to retire when a component on his DRS mechanism failed. Read More »

Suzuka is one of the most iconic and unique circuits in Formula 1, and we love racing there. Japan is the final race of the East Asian triple-header before the last stretch.

On a brief reflection of Malaysia, it is safe to say we leave there feeling disappointed. It was a very tough weekend and we couldn’t quite make the car work as we have in previous races. Read More »

– Two weeks after winning the Manufacturers’ World Championship*, Citroën has added the Drivers’ title to its trophy cabinet thanks to José María López
– Suzuka meeting saw Pechito notch up his ninth race win of the season. Sébastien Loeb also made it onto the podium in race one
– José María López is the first Argentinian to win a motorsport World Championship since Juan Manuel Fangio fifty-seven years ago

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– After securing its first FIA WTCC title* in Shanghai, the Citroën Total team is off to Japan
– José María López could become the first Argentine to win an FIA World Championship since Juan Manuel Fangio claimed his fifth and final crown in 1957
– In the other two Citroën WTCC C-Elysées, Yvan Muller and Sébastien Loeb are already focusing on their preparations for the 2015 season

In the FIA WTCC the race never stops, not even when the chequered flag comes down. There wasn’t much time to celebrate Citroën’s first World Championship title in the series, in Shanghai, last Sunday. As soon as the WTCC C-Elysées had been loaded into the containers, they set sail for Japan for the penultimate round of the season. Read More »

– Ray Mallock predicts “The Drivers’ Championship will go right down to the wire with three of the best Touring Car drivers in the world fighting for the title.”
– Triple podium spot for Chevrolet and RML in Suzuka, Japan
– Yvan Muller and Rob Huff now tied 1st / 2nd in Drivers’ Championship with two events remaining
– Team-mate Alain Menu is the only other driver who can win the championship   Read More »

Infiniti Global Brand Ambassador Sebastian Vettel underlined his reputation as a true master of Inspired Performance today, by winning the 2011 Formula One World Championship at the Japanese Grand Prix. Read More »

Renault and Renault Sport F1 would like to offer their congratulations to partners Red Bull Racing and Sebastian Vettel following the conclusion of the drivers’ title race at the Japanese Grand Prix.

The latest title is the second consecutive drivers’ championship crown for Vettel and comes after a long, but competitive season, during which the Red Bull-Renault partnership has, so far, scored 15 pole positions and nine wins thanks to a wickedly effective and reliable chassis-engine package.   Read More »