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  2. Japan GP organisers say safety 'top priority' as Typhoon Hagibis looms  The Standard
  3. Suzuka to be Hit by Typhoon? | On Track Recap News  Autosport
  4. Japanese Grand Prix: Typhoon qualifying decision delayed until Friday  BBC Sport
  5. Formula 1 monitoring Typhoon Hagibis ahead of Japanese GP  Sky Sports
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Lewis Hamilton stands 73 points clear of teammate Valtteri Bottas going into the Sazuka raceLewis Hamilton stands 73 points clear of teammate Valtteri Bottas going into the Sazuka race

The Standard - Kenya: Japan GP organisers say safety 'top priority' as Typhoon Hagibis looms | The Standard - Kenya : GameYetu

Formula 1 delays a decision on whether to cancel Japanese Grand Prix qualifying as a result of Typhoon Hagibis until Friday.Formula 1 delays a decision on whether to cancel Japanese Grand Prix qualifying as a result of Typhoon Hagibis until Friday.

Japanese Grand Prix: Typhoon qualifying decision delayed until Friday - BBC Sport

F1 chiefs are monitoring the potential disruption that could be caused by the super typhoon, which is set to hit Suzuka by the weekend F1 chiefs are monitoring the potential disruption that could be caused by the super typhoon, which is set to hit Suzuka by the weekend

Typhoon Hagibis threatens to wreak havoc on Japanese Grand Prix as F1 chiefs consider Super Sunday - Mirror Online

“Reserve Driver duties are wide and far reaching. Today @JaitkenRacer? Rugby challenges with @danielricciardo. #RSspirit #JapaneseGP https://t.co/ky4AR07va3”

Renault F1 Team on Twitter: "Reserve Driver duties are wide and far reaching. Today @JaitkenRacer? Rugby challenges with @danielricciardo. #RSspirit #JapaneseGP… https://t.co/AbBemesSu4"

“#F1 #BBCF1 #JAPANESEGP THURS UPDATE: The FIA & event organisers will decide tomorrow re scheduling contingency, particularly re Saturday (when conditions will worsen considerably). Confidence remains high for dry, bright weather on Sunday, but still windy (especially AM). @bbcf1 https://t.co/thEl0jc733”

Ian Fergusson on Twitter: "#F1 #BBCF1 #JAPANESEGP THURS UPDATE: The FIA & event organisers will decide tomorrow re scheduling contingency, particularly re Saturday (when conditions will worsen considerably). Confidence remains high for dry, bright weather on Sunday, but still windy (especially AM). @bbcf1… https://t.co/kaZ8Hms7V2"

“Another one from yesterday at Scotland v Russia when the weather was great. Such a shame it’s causing chaos for organisers, teams and fans rugbyworldcup Suzuka is dry for the moment but expecting issues for the F1… https://t.co/aDUkIrS6bR”

Lee McKenzie on Twitter: "Another one from yesterday at Scotland v Russia when the weather was great. Such a shame it’s causing chaos for organisers, teams and fans rugbyworldcup Suzuka is dry for the moment but expecting issues for the F1… https://t.co/aDUkIrS6bR"

“Lewis today #F1.”

Jennie Gow on Twitter: "Lewis today #F1.… "

SUZUKA, Japan (AP) -- The powerful typhoon that is heading for Japan's main island this weekend could impact on the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix.SUZUKA, Japan (AP) -- The powerful typhoon that is heading for Japan's main island this weekend could impact on the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix.

F1: Typhoon could affect Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka - The Mainichi

Lewis Hamilton may not be able to clinch a sixth world championship at the typhoon-threatened Japanese Grand Prix this weekend, but knows he can knock all but teammate Valtteri Bottas out of the title race. There are only 104 points to be won after Japan and a victory for Hamilton…

Hamilton can land KO blow at Japanese GP - Japan Today

Japanese Grand Prix organizers on Thursday pledged that the safety of fans and drivers would be their top priority as they monitor a massive typhoon threatening to cause havoc at the weekend. Typhoon Hagibis is classed as "violent" -- the top end of Japan's storm scale and the equivalent of…

Japan GP organizers say safety 'top priority' as typhoon looms - Japan Today

Formula 1 officials say they are "closely monitoring" Typhoon Hagibis and its potential impact on the Japanese GP, with changes to the weekend's timetable a possibility.Formula 1 officials say they are

Formula 1 monitoring Typhoon Hagibis ahead of Japanese GP | F1 News

Typhoon Hagibis has again been upgraded to a super typhoonand is expected to disrupt qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix.Typhoon Hagibis has again been upgraded to a super typhoon with winds around the 160mph mark and is expected to disrupt qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix.

Typhoon Hagibis watch: Qualifying showdown | PlanetF1

TOKYO (Reuters) – A super typhoon bore down on Japan on Thursday forcing the cancellation of two rugby World Cup matches and some transport, andTOKYO (Reuters) – A super typhoon bore down on Japan on Thursday forcing the cancellation of two rugby World Cup matches and some transport, and

Super typhoon approaches Japan, some World Cup rugby cancelled | Euronews

The chatter in the Suzuka paddock had a very British feel on Thursday as it was dominated by talk of the weather, specifically Typhoon Hagibis and the potential threat it presents to this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix…The chatter in the Suzuka paddock had a very British feel on Thursday as it was dominated by talk of the weather, specifically Typhoon Hagibis and the potential threat it presents to this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix…

2019 Japanese Grand Prix: Thursday's Hot Topic - Weather the big talking point in Suzuka | Formula 1®

Here's everything you need to know about the Japanese Grand Prix including who's calling the shots at Ferrari and how Mercedes can make history.Here's everything you need to know about the Japanese Grand Prix including who's calling the shots at Ferrari and how Mercedes can make history.

Japanese Grand Prix cheat sheet - What time does it start? Where can I watch it?

The Renault Formula 1 team will have a new front wing at the Japanese Grand Prix, where Nico Hulkenberg says the manufacturer must target 'big points'. The Renault Formula 1 team will have a new front wing at the Japanese Grand Prix, where Nico Hulkenberg says the manufacturer must target 'big points'.

Renault to debut new front wing in Japan

TOKYO • Lewis Hamilton may not be able to clinch a sixth world Formula One title at the typhoon-threatened Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday but knows he can knock out all rivals except Mercedes teammate Valtteri Bottas with victory.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Formula One News -TOKYO • Lewis Hamilton may not be able to clinch a sixth world Formula One title at the typhoon-threatened Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday but knows he can knock out all rivals except

Formula One: Lewis Hamilton on guard with typhoon looming , Formula One News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

F1 drivers believe it will be clear by Saturday whether the impact of typhoon Hagibis will allow them to run or not in final practice or qualifying.F1 drivers believe it will be clear by Saturday whether the impact of typhoon Hagibis will allow them to run or not in final practice or qualifying.

Drivers expecting 'clear' decision from F1 on typhoon