Japanese Grand Prix
Formula 1’s Japanese Grand Prix will continue to take place at the Suzuka Circuit until 2029, with the new five-year deal marking the motor-racing series’ latest long-term hosting agreement in Asia.
McLaren Racing is to release a series of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) in partnership with open-source blockchain company Tezos to mark the forthcoming Formula 1 grands prix in Singapore and Japan
Singapore has replaced Japan as the host of the seventh race of this year’s W Series season after organisers of the all-female motorsport series moved the event due to “unforeseeable operational challenges”. T
Formula 1’s Japanese Grand Prix later this year will be title-sponsored by automotive manufacturer Honda.
Formula 1 has announced today (Wednesday) that this year’s Japanese Grand Prix has been cancelled due to the “ongoing complexities” surrounding the Covid-19 pandemic. T
Formula 1 is set to continue racing at Suzuka Circuit until at least the 2024 season, after a three-year contract extension was struck for the Japanese Grand Prix