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Japanese Grand Prix 2015 Preview: Start Time, TV Times, Weather, Schedule, Odds

Just one week after the competitive order was turned on its head in Singapore, Formula One arrives at Suzuka for the 2015 Japanese Grand Prix. All eyes will be on Mercedes as they seek to reassert their dominance, but away from the track, the thoughts of many will be with the family and friends of Jules Bianchi. The young Frenchman suffered severe head injuries during last season's Japanese race and died in July this year. For the Manor Marussia and Ferrari teams especially, it'll be a very emotional weekend. Sebastian Vettel is the current driver with the most wins in Japan, streets ahead of his rivals with a total of four. Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso have each won two Japanese grands prix while Kimi Raikkonen and Jenson Button have...

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