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Grand Prix F1 is the largest-scale racing competition held in Japan. With the participation of the top 20 riders around the world with supercar heavy skills.
The match lasted for 3 days, bringing about 165 thousand spectators from all over the country to Japan. In this article, I would like to introduce the history and venue of the Japanese Grand Prix match.
Suzukacircuit racetrack with an international design of unique obstacles, like the large figure 8. With variable race tracks including low speed, medium speed, high speed, professional driving techniques are also applied.
In addition, the characteristics of the track at Suzukacircuit, you can not find anywhere else. Firstly, this race has many visitors to attend with cosplay costumes of cartoon characters. Here, there are not only supportive clubs and encouragement boards.
There are also fans who wear Happi and wear Happi with a collective shirt color. Through twitter, the organizers of the campaign advertise through cosplay photos of the fans. Many fascinating articles about the match and became the topic of discussion throughout the time.
The match was first held in 1987 at Suzukacircuit of Mie Province, and the match is still in place. Ayrton Senna is a symbol of this sport until the first half of 1990. Among them are famous Japanese riders such as Sugajima, Suzuki Aguri, Sato Takuma, Kobayashi Kamui…
Then, The fan also started increasing gradually. Every year, the Grand Prix race will take place in October, many F1 fans also attend. In 2020, Honda has become the main sponsor. The content of the event is also very diverse to bring satisfaction to visitors such as organizing events to show driving techniques in matches.
The match was officially organized as “The 17th Japan Grand Prix race, the season with international F1 F1 FIA riders under the sponsorship of Honda”. That’s losing match with the victory of Lewis Hamilton in Mercedes F1 tournament.