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DESTINATION GUIDE: What fans can eat, see and do when they visit Suzuka for the Japanese Grand Prix

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Amy Overy
SUZUKA, JAPAN - OCTOBER 07:  A general view as fans walk around the circuit before the Formula One

Suzuka Circuit is a rare beast – a track universally adored by racing drivers of all disciplines. Built in 1962 and designed as a test track for the Honda car company, Suzuka is a relative newcomer to the F1 calendar having joined in 1987, but it quickly established itself as a favourite among the drivers as this high-speed track presents one of the ultimate challenges for those lucky enough to grace its asphalt.

Throw in some legendary F1 moments featuring some of the sport’s greatest rivalries, a truly unique set of fans, and incredible food and culture, and Suzuka should be at the top of every F1 fan’s bucket list.


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