Suzuka provides one of the toughest circuits of the season, but what makes the Japanese Grand Prix exceptionally special is the fans!
Japan is one of the most iconic and exotic races on the Formula 1™ Calendar and Suzuka itself is steeped in racing history. With almost four decades worth of heritage and the only figure-of-eight circuits this year, it is guaranteed to be some fun. This high-speed track is sure to be one of the ultimate driving challenges as the world’s top drivers snake the ‘S’ curves and loop around this exciting track.
There’s always an aura of anticipation when F1™ heads to Japan. The Suzuka Circuit provides one of F1™’s all-time great challenges but it’s the passion and fervour of the fans who flock to the racetrack that really makes the event special.
The Suzuka Circuit is a truly magnificent construction. The Beast in the East was originally conceived as a Honda test track, it contains every kind of corner – many of which have passed into racing legend. The narrow track places enormous demands on drivers to thread the eye of the needle – but also on engineers to set-up a car that can cope with the high-speed changes of direction in the Esses and the ultraquick 130R but also the low speed Hairpin and double-apex Spoon. Success at Suzuka requires a driver on top form and a car in immaculate condition.
As part of the hospitality packages, you’ll be entitled to all-day, premium grazing menu, beverages, appearances by high-profile Team members, access to live team radio, a pitlane walk and a tour of Red Bull Racing’s garage.