Japanese Grand prix

Japanese Grand Prix

Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix 2019 

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.

Japanese Grand Prix

 Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix 2019 

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 claiming the World Championship title for the season; his fifth one yet!

Japanese Grand Prix

Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix 2019 

RACE DAY

This circuit underwent renovation in 2009, making it compliant with the F1 regulations, and has since welcomed the Japanese Grand Prix every year. As a result, the circuit boasts first-class facilities and organisation.

 

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