Grande Prêmio do Japão de F1 (F1 Japanese Grand Prix)

Visão geral do evento

The F1 Japanese Grand Prix is one of the most cherished and eagerly anticipated races in the Formula 1 calendar, held at the Suzuka International Racing Course. Suzuka is renowned for its figure-eight layout, the only one of its kind in Formula 1, designed by Dutchman John Hugenholtz. First hosted in 1987, the Japanese Grand Prix has become synonymous with dramatic moments and championship-deciding races, deeply embedded in the history of Formula 1.

The circuit's 5.807 kilometers are composed of a mix of high-speed esses, challenging chicanes, and complex corners that demand high levels of precision and technical skill from the drivers. Suzuka's 130R, one of the fastest and most famous corners in the world, and the tight Spoon Curve are particularly notable for testing the limits of car performance and driver nerve.

Suzuka's passionate fans, often clad in team colors and waving flags, create a vibrant and enthusiastic atmosphere that pervades the entire race weekend. The event not only showcases the technical prowess of F1 machinery but also reflects the deep respect and love for motorsport in Japan. The Japanese Grand Prix is more than a race; it's a celebration of speed, skill, and the enduring spirit of competition.

Circuitos de Corrida que Sediam Grande Prêmio do Japão de F1 (F1 Japanese Grand Prix)

Pódios para Pilotos e Equipes de Corrida em Grande Prêmio do Japão de F1 (F1 Japanese Grand Prix)

Ano Circuito de Corrida Volta Classe de Corredor Classificação Pilotos Equipe de Corrida Modelo de Carro de Corrida
2024 Circuito de Suzuka (Suzuka Circuit) F1 Campeão Max Verstappen Red Bull Racing Honda RBPT Honda RB20
2024 Circuito de Suzuka (Suzuka Circuit) F1 Vice-campeão Sergio Perez Red Bull Racing Honda RBPT Honda RB20
2024 Circuito de Suzuka (Suzuka Circuit) F1 Terceiro lugar Lando Norris McLaren Mercedes McLaren MCL38

Lista de Resultados de Classificação do Grande Prêmio do Japão de F1 (F1 Japanese Grand Prix)