The Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka Circuit in Mie Prefecture is a thrilling racing event in October where cars battle the challenging curves of one of Japan’s most famous tracks.
- Thrilling high-speed racing at a legendary venue
- A chance to learn from professional racers before you try to imitate them riding the neighboring amusement park’s go-karts
A classic race at a classic Japanese race track
Formula 1 fans can get their kicks at the Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix in October at Suzuka Circuit, one of only two racetracks in Japan that meet Formula 1 specifications. The track’s corners, such as the Spoon Curve and the speed track at turn 130R, pose an exciting challenge to the drivers.
As a bonus, the amusement park outside the race track offers entertainment for racing fans of all ages.