Lewis Hamiton takes championship point over Sebastian Vettel, Peter McGinley reads your haiku poems, and old mate of the show Trent Price gets lost with a Japanese sat nav.
Has Honda really turned a corner in its fight for F1 credibility?
There was no stopping Lewis Hamilton in Japan as he mounted a compelling case for an early fifth world championship.
F1 Strategy Report 2018: Japanese Grand Prix with Motorsport Monday and Motorsport Week's Phil Horton.
Mercedes is excelling under the same pressure shattering Ferrari.
Lewis Hamilton is just one race away from claiming his fifth title after a dominant win in Japan.
Lewis Hamilton claimed an easy 71st career win and fourth in the last five years at the Japanese Grand Prix to put himself one race away from claiming his fifth world championship after Sebastian Vettel was involved in another early-race collision.
Daniel Ricciardo will start from 15th thanks to another Renault engine failure.
Sebastian Vettel has refused to blame anyone for the tyre bungle that put him out of pole contention in Japan.
Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas were untouchable; Ferrari was at its shambolic best.
Sebastian Vettel's Japanese Grand Prix might rely on aggressive strategy after a demoralising Friday in Suzuka.
Mercedes was streets ahead of the competition during free practice at the Japanese Grand Prix.
We celebrate a Russian Grand Prix with more than three overtakes, Peter McGinley reads from his book of haikus and Ferrari tries to make 'winnow' a thing.