With over 30 Formula 1 races conducted at Suzuka, a Japanese Grand Prix has been ...
With over 30 Formula 1 races conducted at Suzuka, a Japanese Grand Prix has been at the center of many title-deciding dogfights as no fewer than the 13 World Champions were crowned on location.
Among the drivers that will line up on the grid, next weekend will be four-time Suzuka winner Vettel, three-time winner Lewis Hamilton, two-time winner Fernando Alonso.
In terms of constructors, it is actually McLaren that have had the most success in Japan with 9 overall victories and followed by Ferrari with 7, Red Bull with 4, Williams with 3, Renault and Mercedes both with 2.
This year, Suzuka may not decide a winner of the driver title just yet, and it could help Nico Rosberg build a nearly insurmountable lead over his teammate Hamilton, who can’t afford another poor result.
As for how exciting the track is, just listen to Coulthard David talk us through what it takes to complete the fantastic lap of Suzuka, as Force India’s Nico Hulkenberg provides the action.
It is easy to see how different and more technical this track is compared to newer venues on the calendar. And, if you don’t mind us saying so, they don’t make them like they used to…
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