Teams preview the Japanese GP

Sunday 30th September 2012

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Teams preview the Japanese GP

Teams preview the Japanese GP

The Formula One teams look ahead to the Japanese GP, which takes place over 53 laps of the Suzuka circuit...

For all the latest F1 odds on the Japanese Grand Prix, round 15 of the 2012 F1 Championship, visit Sky Bet.

Red Bull
Billed as an "incredible" venue by the Red Bull duo, Mark Webber and Seb Vettel are chasing the victory in Japan...

McLaren
McLaren head to Suzuka with it all to play for as the Woking team fights for both World titles...

Mercedes
Mercedes will be eager to make the most of their new aerodynamic package and upgrades at Japan...

Lotus
Kimi Raikkonen reckons Suzuka suits his driving style while Romain Grosjean is relishing the 'challenging' weekend ahead...

Sauber
Kamui Kobayashi wants a great result at home while Sergi Perez is expecting to be strong...

Force India
Fresh from a career-best showing in Singapore, Paul di Resta is eyeing more of the same at Suzuka.

Williams
A favourite for both Pastor Maldonado and Bruno Senna, Williams admit they need to work on their reliability at Suzuka...

Marussia
Marussia head to Suzuka determined to do "everything we can to defend our 10th position in the Championship"...

Caterham
Heikki Kovalainen and Vitaly Petrov reckon everyone in F1 looks forward to the Suzuka race including the Caterham duo...

HRT
Having introduced updates at the previous race, HRT say they'll be looking to "evaluate and optimise" those upgrades at Suzuka...

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