Sports Mole rounds up all of the latest news regarding Formula 1 on Friday, October 11.
Friday morning's headlines:
Lewis Hamilton trails Valtteri Bottas in final Japan practice
Officials at Suzuka took the decision to postpone qualifying until the morning of Sunday's race. Read more.
Typhoon Hagibis forces Japanese GP qualifying to Sunday
The battle for pole position will now take place four hours before the Grand Prix. Read more.
Leclerc 'has taken number 1 status' - Ralf Schumacher
Sebastian Vettel has admitted that ignoring team orders at Sochi was "not right". Read more.
Kubica to race front wing from winter testing at Suzuka
Robert Kubica has revealed that he will race at Suzuka with a front wing that dates all the way back to winter testing. Read more.
Climate change alarmism 'big risk for F1' - Abiteboul
Cyril Abiteboul has joined those who think Formula 1 should consider tweaking its engine regulations prior to 2025. Read more.
Todt wants to attend F1 race with Schumacher 'one day'
Jean Todt says he wants Michael Schumacher to attend a grand prix "one day". Read more.
Drivers support decision to scrap Saturday at Suzuka
Saturday's track action at Suzuka has been cancelled, as the risk that a 'violent' typhoon will hit the local area rises to 100 per cent. Read more.
Lewis Hamilton backing F1 chiefs over Typhoon Hagibis
The Mercedes driver says organisers are doing the best they can. Read more.