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2019 Japanese Grand Prix preview - Can Mercedes seal 6th constructors title?

After a week off, Formula 1 racing returns! This weekend, the sport heads to Japan to join forces with the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Will Mercedes be able to seal their sixth consecutive constructors' world championship, or will Ferrari be able to delay the celebrations for at least another week?   Throwback  Last season, it was Mercedes who ruled the waves in Japan. Lewis Hamilton led a Mercedes one-two with Max Verstappen joining the duo on the podium. It was a nightmare for Sebastian Vettel who spun in a duel with Verstappen.  Vettel, who was doing well to make up places from the start, tried to pass Verstappen where there was little to no room and the two touched. The...
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