Suzuka Circuit

USA Today › Sports › 1 month ago
Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas surged into the lead at the start and held on to win the typhoon-hit Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday for his third Formula One victory of the season and first since April
The New York Times › Sports › 1 month ago
Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas surged into the lead at the start and held on to win the typhoon-hit Japanese Grand Prix on Sunday for his third Formula One victory of the season and first since April.
BuzzFeed › 1 month ago
Estimated to be Japan's largest storm in decades, Typhoon Hagibis slammed the country with torrential rain and heavy winds.View Entire Post ›
CNN › Sports › 1 month ago
At just 22, Max Verstappen has already reached some notable milestones. In 2015 he became the youngest driver to compete in a Formula 1 race. A year later he crossed the finish line in Spain as the youngest winner of an F1 race.
The Sun › Sports › 1 month ago
JAPAN is bracing itself for Typhoon Hagibis. The powerful storm has been described as ‘violent’ by weather forecasters and could affect this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix. How will Typhoon Hagibis affect the Japanese Grand Prix? F1 has seen its...
Al Jazeera › 1 month ago
Typhoon claims a life even before it makes landfall as authorities issue rain warning and ask millions to evacuate.
Washington Times › Sports › 1 month ago
Emergency crews were on high alert. Flights and trains were cancelled. Rugby stars here for the World Cup mostly heeded the same warnings as everyone else and stayed indoors as Japan braced to be hit by a typhoon tipped to be its worst in six decades.
The New York Times › 1 month ago
Emergency crews were on high alert. Flights and trains were cancelled. Rugby stars here for the World Cup mostly heeded the same warnings as everyone else and stayed indoors as Japan braced to be hit by a typhoon tipped to be its worst in six decades.
The New York Times › Sports › 1 month ago
With the Suzuka circuit shuttered on Saturday because of the approaching typhoon, the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix was in a holding pattern with drivers forced to spend the day at their hotels.
CNN › Sports › 1 month ago
Like the Rugby World Cup, this weekend's Formula One race in Suzuka is feeling the effects of the fast-approaching Typhoon Hagibis with qualifying moved to race day on Sunday.
Chicago Tribune › 1 month ago
On Friday as Japanese Grand Prix organizers were forced to alter the weekend schedule with a powerful typhoon approaching, it was Valtteri Bottas of Mercedes
The New York Times › Sports › 1 month ago
Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas clocked the fastest lap in Friday's first practice session for the typhoon-hit Japanese Grand Prix.
The Guardian › Sports › 1 month ago
Organisers of Japan’s F1 Grand Prix have cancelled all practice and qualifying sessions scheduled for Saturday due to the approach of Typhoon Hagibis
The Sun › Sports › 1 month ago
QUALIFICATION for the Japanese Grand Prix has been postponed as a the Suzuka circuit is threatened by Typhoon Hagibis. With the practice session also cancelled, qualifying will now take place at 10am local time Sunday – just hours before the race...
One America News Network › Sports › 1 month ago
SUZUKA (Reuters) - Organizers of Japan's Formula One Grand Prix have canceled all practice and qualifying sessions scheduled for Saturday due to the approach of Typhoon Hagibis.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Sports › 1 month ago
Qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix has been moved to Sunday due to Super Typhoon Hagibis.
The Sun › Sports › 1 month ago
FORMULA ONE bosses are under pressure to follow the Rugby World Cup and cancel tomorrow’s qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix. Rugby chiefs were swift to postpone England’s match with France in Yokohama as Typhoon Hagibis is due to hit the...
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