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By David A. Clarke Jr.
Planning for the last attack doesn't make Americans safer
Topic - The Japanese Grand Prix
Red Bull driver Mark Webber claimed pole position on Saturday for the Japanese Grand Prix, qualifying ahead of his teammate and runaway championship leader Sebastian Vettel for the first time this season.
Maria de Villota, a pioneering Formula One test driver who lost an eye and nearly died in a crash last year, was found dead Friday in a hotel room in Seville, Spain. She was 33.
Michael Schumacher is retiring from Formula One racing again _ and this time, he says, "it might be forever."
Michael Schumacher is retiring from Formula One racing again — and this time, he says, "it might be forever."
In his first race since confirming he'll leave McLaren for Mercedes next season, Lewis Hamilton will refocus on the Formula One championship challenge at the Japanese Grand Prix this weekend.
McLaren's Lewis Hamilton took the pole position Saturday for the Korean Grand Prix on Sunday, ending Red Bull's season-long streak.