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Should 2014 Japanese Grand Prix Have Had Start Time Changed for Rain?

All week, the chatter coming out of the Suzuka paddock had been about the rain. Specifically, Typhoon Phanfone was making its way across the Pacific Ocean on a crash course with the Japanese archipelago. In the aftermath of the Japanese Grand Prix, though, all the focus is on the health of Jules Bianchi—as it should be. The French driver suffered a horrific accident on Lap 42 when he crashed into a tractor that had been deployed to move Adrian Sutil's Sauber, which crashed a lap earlier. The FIA issued a statement saying Bianchi "suffered a severe head injury" and had been taken to hospital for surgery. According to the BBC, he is now out of surgery and breathing on his own, although the specifics and extent of his injuries are not ye...

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