Suzuka Circuit


Suzuka Circuit

Formula 1. Japanese Grand Prix 2025

4Fri, 08:00Apr 2025

6Sun, 08:00Apr 2025


Suzuka Circuit

Formula 1. Japanese Grand Prix 2025. 3-day package

4Fri, 08:00Apr 2025



Suzuka Circuit is one of the most interesting Formula 1 tracks.

Initially, the circuit was intended for testing Honda cars and has been operated in this capacity since 1961. This international circuit appeared on the Formula 1 calendar in 1987. During this time, serious passions unfolded on her.

Buy tickets to the Suzuka Circuit - racing fans always want to, because the track has a huge number of opportunities for spectacular overtaking, and the climate often leads to races taking place in the rain - and this also adds to the drive and unpredictability. For example, in 1994, the 15th of 16 stages took place in pouring rain, and already at the beginning of the race several cars flew off the track.

There is another reason why the Suzuka circuit is popular: it is often where the final stages of the championship are held, which determine who will get the championship title.

The uniqueness of Suzuka is in its shape: its configuration is a “figure eight”. In addition, it is long (almost 6 km), fast and difficult. The average lap speed is about 230 km/h. The track has 18 turns, and sometimes their number increases to 21.

The Suzuka grandstands can accommodate up to 100,000 spectators, making it one of the largest circuits. It is perfectly visible from the stands, which is also a big plus.

Traditionally, the race on this track is held at the end of the calendar, and therefore the question of the championship is decided here. In 2025, the Japanese Grand Prix will take place from April 4 to 6.

For motorsport fans, all conditions for an interesting pastime have been created here: a huge amusement park with a Ferris wheel has been built, you can play tennis and golf, spend time in a bowling alley, visit a museum dedicated to the history and present of the legendary Honda company, and ride on unique attractions.

Suzuka Circuit Tickets

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Race distance:

307.471 km

Lap record:

1:30.983 Lewis Hamilton (2019)

Suzuka Circuit diagram: