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SUZUKA, Japan (Reuters) - Ferrari Formula One team mates Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel played down talk of a rift between them, saying tensions that threatened to boil over at the Russian Grand Prix had cooled.
SUZUKA, Japan (Reuters) - Organisers of the Japanese Formula One Grand Prix said on Thursday they are keeping a close eye on the advance of Typhoon Hagibis and are working to minimise any disruption to this weekend’s schedule.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Rugby World Cup organisers were forced to call off matches for the first time in the tournament's 32-year history on Thursday - eliminating Italy as a result - saying the risk from Typhoon Hagibis made hosting them an impossibility on safety grounds.
SUZUKA, Japan (Reuters) - Mercedes have their first chance to seal a record-equalling sixth successive Formula One constructors' championship in Japan on Sunday, at a track where they have won for five years in a row.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Red Bull's Max Verstappen said the team has plenty of room for improvement as they seek to rediscover their mid-season form heading into the Japanese Grand Prix this weekend.
MONZA, Italy (Reuters) - Ferrari's Sebastian Vettel said he would put up with an eternity of boring races if it brought back Anthoine Hubert, the young French Formula Two driver who was killed in Belgium last weekend.
MONZA, Italy (Reuters) - Former Ferrari president Luca di Montezemolo says the Italian team's latest race winner Charles Leclerc reminds him of the Niki Lauda of the 1970s.
MONZA, Italy (Reuters) - Red Bull's Max Verstappen and Toro Rosso's Pierre Gasly will start Sunday's Italian Grand Prix at the back of the grid due to power unit changes, engine partners Honda said on Wednesday.
SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium (Reuters) - Renault driver Daniel Ricciardo said he had doubts about racing in Sunday’s Belgian Formula One Grand Prix after the death of French racer Anthoine Hubert.
SPA-FRANCORCHAMPS, Belgium (Reuters) - Formula 2 racer Juan Manuel Correa, injured in the high speed crash that claimed the life of Frenchman Anthoine Hubert in the opening race of the series’ Belgian round, has underwent surgery and is stable, according to a statement on his website.