Why Suzuka is crucial for Webber

Why Suzuka is crucial for Webber

With the 2010 championship reaching its climax, each of the final races is vital but, for Mark Webber, the Japanese GP could be even more crucial. Tony Dodgins explains why

It's 30 years last week (September 28) since Alan Jones won Australia's last world drivers' championship. The big question is: with four races to go, maybe three, can Mark Webber protect his 11-point championship lead and emulate him?

At this stage of the world championship every race is a big one, but Suzuka could well be the defining moment in Webber's campaign.

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