Japanese Formula One Grand Prix, 11th-13th October 2013
Always near the end of the F1 Championship calendar, this race has been the scene of many memorable moments in recent racing history to decide the Championship.
The circuit at Suzuka is recognised as being one of the top F1 Circuits used in Formuala One racing and really put the fitness and stamina of the F1 drivers to the test. The suzuka circuit has some of the most challenging corners including the 130R and famous Spoon Curve.
The facilities and organisation are first-class. The track is a very technical one to drive and consists of a good variety of corners, then the return section is a series of sweeping, fast curves, where drivers experience high G-forces. Its unique feature is the cross-over which means that, unusually, there is an almost equal number of left- and right-hand turns.
The contrasts of Japan are startling – Tokyodazzles with bright lights and high-tech gadgetry while the cherry blossoms in Kyoto’s Maruyama Park are symbols of peace and beauty, as they have been for over 1,000 years.
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