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Valtteri Bottas 'not distracted' despite Japanese GP schedule change

(CNN)Like the Rugby World Cup, this weekend's Formula One race in Suzuka is feeling the effects of the fast-approaching Typhoon Hagibis with qualifying moved to race day on Sunday. There will be no track action on Saturday because of the forecasted severity of Typhoon Hagibis, with qualifying moved to Sunday morningShould qualifying be cancelled, the FP2 standings will decide the grid for Sunday's race#JapaneseGP 🇯🇵 #F1https://t.co/A22Br0wfBs— Formula 1 (@F1) October 11, 2019 Formula 1 bosses said all track activities Saturday have been canceled, meaning qualifying will now take place Sunday morning ahead of the race in the afternoon.The track has been closed "in the interest of safety for the spectators, competitors and everyone a ...