Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix

The Formula 1 race in Japan has been held every year since 1987. They canceled it only in 2020 and 2021 due to coronavirus restrictions. Fans of different teams always look forward to the Suzuka stage, taking seats even before the start of the weekend. To attend the Japanese race, buy official tickets for the Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka, Mie. A grandiose battle of the best pilots in the world awaits the spectators on the track.

In modern Formula 1, the Japanese Grand Prix was always at Suzuka, except for 2007 and 2008. Then, the racers competed on the Fuji Circuit near Mount Fujiyama. In previous years, this picturesque circuit hosted the Japanese Grand Prix until 1977. From 1978 to 1986, there was no Japanese Grand Prix.

Where is the Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix taking place?

The Formula 1 Grand Prix in the land of the rising Sun takes place at the Suzuka Circuit. The circuit has a long history and an original configuration. It is one of the few tracks that intersect itself. The most spectacular and aerobatic section of the Suzuka is the first sector. But, towards the end of the lap, there is a super-fast turn called 130R. Formula 1 cars pass it at a speed of about 310 km/h after acceleration in a straight line.

How to buy tickets for the Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix?

Order Grand Prix tickets on our website in a few clicks from your computer or smartphone. Choose seats in the stands, payment method, and delivery. The order is sent immediately after payment. You can get tickets for the Japanese Grand Prix by email or courier delivery. In electronic form, they will come in pdf format. You don't need to print it or exchange it.

To attend the stage of the royal races in an Asian country, buy tickets for the Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix online. You will have a lot of positive impressions that will stay with you for the rest of your life.

 

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