Even if you were awake and up in time for the start of the Japanese Grand Prix this weekend, there was plenty going on for the rest of the day following Sebastian Vettel's latest win in his seemingly unstoppable run to his fourth world title.
There were unhappy faces at Williams, Mark Webber querying Red Bull's choice of a three-stop strategy for him, a disgruntled Daniel Ricciardo, Nico Rosberg simmering at Sergio Perez, a post-race investigation into the early accident at turn 1 and Jenson Button ruing last-minute set-up changes he himself called for. But there was delight in the Sauber garage where Esteban Gutierrez claimed his first-ever F1 championship points, and celebrations for Vettel - even if it wasn't quite enough to clinch the title this weekend after all, meaning the campaign moves to India in two weeks time.
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