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McLaren’s new ace says goodbye to Japan after a year of keeping his race technique on the boil in Super Formula

The Honda Civic Type R purrs with each dab of Stoffel Vandoorne’s right foot. He adjusts the seat incrementally to position himself the perfect distance from the steering wheel, arms relaxed, hands at quarter-to-three. The exhaust crackles in the crisp autumnal air and we begin our journey south towards Ise Bay, with the glistening vista of the Pacific Ocean beyond.

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F1 2017 STARTS HERE This season’s new machinery will be better to look at and faster and more physical to drive, testing drivers’ skills as never before. But have all the implications of the changes been fully anticipated? Was the sport really so broken that it required such a massive ‘fix’? And what changes are F1’s new owners planning to make, assuming they get to buy it at all?