Lewis Hamilton won the Japanese Grand Prix after a battle in difficult conditions with team-mate Nico Rosberg, but the race was stopped after 44 of the 53 laps after a serious accident involving Marussia driver Jules Bianchi.
In GP+ this week…
– We look at the idea of third cars in F1
– We look at Fernando Alonso’s options for the future
– We look at the rebirth of Brabham
– Max Verstappen makes his F1 debut
– JS wonders about the Russian GP
– The Hack writes of Emerson Fittipaldi
– Peter Nygaard captures a difficult weekend in Suzuka
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