Japanese Grand prix

Japanese Grand Prix

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Practice Day

In 1962. Soichiro Honda, whose car company you may have heard of, was a man with big ambitions. Seeking to turn Honda into an automotive powerhouse, he decided his company should have its own test track. Dutchman John Hugenholtz got the nod, and drew up the now-iconic ‘crossover’ Suzuka track – although original drawings saw the track pass over and under itself a full three times, which would have been sweet!

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Japanese Grand Prix

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Qualifying Day

At nearly 6 km in length, it is one of the longest tracks on the international calendar. In 2018, Lewis Hamilton wrestled a fifty point lead over Sebastian Vettel, which eventually would lead him to claim the World Championship title for the season; his fifth one yet!

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Japanese Grand Prix

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Race Day

Designed by John Hugenholtz, the Zandvoort owner, and built-in 1963, primarily as a test track for Honda, Suzuka has hosted the Japanese F1 GP since 1987 and is a very popular venue.

The Japanese crowds are fanatical, so the atmosphere at this figure-eight circuit is always excellent.

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