The Japan Grand Prix held in Suzuka is seen as one of the classic races of the season and is loved by the drivers, partly because of the warmth of the eccentric Japanese supporters who assault the circuit the whole weekend just to get a glimpse of their sporting heroes.
The circuit is fast and the car setup must be perfectly balanced otherwise the driver will have a very hard time overtaking his opponents. Iconic corners, such as the five “S” curves and the Spoon are then the perfect frame for an amazing weekend. Moreover, Suzuka will always have a prominent place in racing history since it has crowned the World Champion 13 times and it has witnessed some of the most thrilling races of all times.
The distinctive eight-figure track is located inside a theme park near the tiny city of Suzuka in the Mie Prefecture. Do not worry because you can easily get to the near metropolis, Kyoto a.k.a the thousand-year capital, using the world famous Japanese public transportation. Unfortunately the city has been largely damaged during WWII but many temples and palaces have survived to show us today how magnificent the Japanese empire used to stand in the middle ages. The city’s gastronomical tradition is remarkable and many recipes such as the “Kyo-kaiseki-ryori” or the vegetarian “Shojin-ryori”, are Kyoto’s unique specialities.
|Free Practice 1 10.00 - 11.30
Free Practice 2 14.00 - 15.30
|Free Practice 3 12.00 - 13.00
Price per ticket €6156.00 (VAT N/A)
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