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Japanese GP Preview: Rubens Barrichello’s Last Stand

  The Japanese Grand Prix has traditionally been one of the last races on the calendar, and it has been the venue for many title-deciding races, with 12 World Champions being crowned over the 24 Japanese Grand Prix that have been hosted. Now the race comes back to Suzuka after a two-year period when it was held at Fuji Speedway. The irony is that Suzuka is a track owned and operated by Honda and both drivers who are in contention for the title though maybe driving a Brawn GP car but still the car was very much funded by Honda before its exit from F1 and which led to the birth of Brawn GP. Jenson Button can very much seal the title here but he is sure not to do anything hasty as with a 15-point lead, he is in a comfortable position and as l...

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