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Red Bull on the brink of title glory and Piastri’s podium potential – What To Watch For in the Japanese GP

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Chris Medland

From Red Bull on the verge of winning the constructors’ championship to Oscar Piastri looking for a first podium; and from Yuki Tsunoda in the top 10 at his home race to Logan Sargeant needing to bounce back after a crash, Chris Medland highlights five key things to look out for on race day at Suzuka…

1. Red Bull championship permutations

Normal service was resumed on Saturday with Red Bull looking extremely impressive and Max Verstappen securing pole position by over half a second with a stunning lap. The championship leader was the only driver to break the 1m29s barrier, and has given his team a great chance of wrapping up the constructors’ title on Sunday.


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