In today’s latest round up of Formula 1 gossip, a super typhoon heads on course for Japan ahead of this weekend's race, ex-Renault driver Jolyon Palmer casts his verdict on Ferrari’s use of team orders’ and what it means going forwards, while Mission Winnow branding is back.

- Typhoon Hagibis is forecast to reach Japan as a “very strong typhoon” in time for this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka, acccording to the latest weather reports (Twitter)

- Ex-Renault F1 driver Jolyon Palmer feels Ferrari is unnecessarily overcomplicating things by imposing team orders on its drivers (BBC)

- The controversial Mission Winnow branding is set to return to Ferrari’s 2019 challenger in Japan after a five-month absence (RaceFans)

- Williams driver George Russell believes Williams’ struggles this year has allowed it to carry out “extreme” approaches he feels will benefit the team in the future (Motorsport Week)

- Lewis Hamilton has asked for help from fans in picking a colour for Mercedes’ new ‘Project One’ supercar (Instagram)

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

I’m a car fanatic naturally so sharing with you my loves. However, this is my new dream. What colour do you think would be best for the ProjectOne? Need your help #projectone #amg

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