The complete 2010 Japanese GP review

The complete 2010 Japanese GP review

An in-depth look back at a race in which Sebastian Vettel led home a commanding Red Bull one-two, including every vital statistic you need to know from Suzuka

PRACTICE

Practice 1 - Friday AM

Red Bull established itself as the team to beat in no-nonsense fashion as the Japanese Grand Prix weekend got underway. Sebastian Vettel and Mark Webber breezed to the top of the times on Friday morning, 0.048 seconds apart, and a clear half second in front of third-placed Robert Kubica, whose Renault was the only car within a second of the leaders.

Force India's Adrian Sutil was the man in fourth, despite technical issues holding him back in the garage for a long while, as Red Bull's title rivals had tricky morning.

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