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Japanese Grand Prix

Japanese Grand Prix Streaming
Circuit: Suzuka Circuit
Location: Ino, Suzuka City, Mie Prefecture, Japan
Circuit length: 5.807 km (3.608 mi)
Race length: 307.471 km (191.053 mi)
Laps: 53

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Watch Suzuka Grand Prix

The Japanese Grand Prix is one of the most popular races on the F1 calendar from both a drivers and fans point of view and is one of the must watch races.

Japan was traditionally the only race to take place in Asia but the success of the race has led, in part, to other races in South Korea, India, Malaysia and with more success Singapore.

The race takes place at the historic Suzuka Circuit, which is famed for it’s figure of 8 layout, which sees the cars go under/over the track.

The track, set inside of a funfair and featuring a number of track side rides, has been home to many memorable moments including a number of title celebrations but no matter what is on the line, the mix of twisty sections, fast sections and great overtaking places always make for a fantastic race.

The track is also one of the toughest for drivers with many places where you can come unstuck and with little run off areas in places, if you make a mistake at Suzuka, your race will likely be over.

Due to the location of the race, it is also often the site of big downpours, which of course also adds to the excitement.

What Can We Watch?

You can watch all of the key action from each and every race weekend including all 3 practise sessions, qualifying and of course the actual race itself live.

Japanese Grand Prix

The Japanese Grand Prix has traditionally been held at 2 racetracks, Fuji Speedway and Suzuka Circuit but now every race takes place at Suzuka.

It was Fuji that hosted the first ever Japanese GP in 1976 but after 2 races, the GP left the World Championship until 1987, when the action moved to Suzuka.

Suzuka then hosted the race for 20 years before moving back to Fuji. In the late 2000’s the race alternated between Fuji and Suzuka but with the tracks owned by rivals Toyota and Honda, it didn’t take long for that deal to end and Suzaka once again became the full time host of the GP from Japan.

In the end that was arguably a good thing for fans as the action is always great from Suzaka.

How To Watch Japanese Grand Prix Live

Simply choose one of the live streaming services below to watch the Japanese Grand Prix live.

SkyTV *Premier League
*Scottish Premiership
*Super League
*Formula 1
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