From the winding esses through to the rapid 130R and down the twists of the final chicane, drivers love tackling Suzuka and its inimitable layout – but how do you get the most out of this figure-of-eight circuit?

    Sebastian Vettel is the last Formula 1 pole-sitter at Suzuka having led a Ferrari one-two ahead of then-team mate Charles Leclerc, so the four-time champion – also a four-time winner here – is a great place to start.

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    Using exclusive telemetry and Alex Brundle's expert analysis, watch as Vettel and Leclerc's qualifying laps from the 2019 Japanese Grand Prix are put side-by-side to see where each gained and lost time around this storied venue.

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