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About Japanese Grand Prix

The Japanese Grand Prix is a FIA Formula One World Championship race. Japanese Grand Prix is traditionally one of the last races in the Formula One championship and has been the venue for many title-deciding races. As many as 12 World Champions have been crowned over the 24 Japanese Grand Prix that have been hosted.

Formula One driver Jenson Button has called the Japanese Grand Prix his second home race.

Japanese Grand Prix in News

Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. Reviews Business Aviation Tips for the 2013 Japan Grand Prix
Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. is recommending that business aircraft operators planning to attend the 2013 Japan Formula 1 Grand Prix, October 11-13 secure aircraft parking, local transport and aircraft services now. The race will be held at Suzuka circuit, which is about 50 km south of Nagoya, Japan.

Vettel finds it tough being double world champion
German racer Sebastian Vettel might have both of his hands on this year's Formula One trophy, but he's still getting to grips with the idea of winning back to back world titles.

Button's girl tears up after emotional Japanese Grand Prix victory
British Formula 1 driver, Jenson Button's girlfriend Jessica Michibata was reduced to tears after her boyfriend won the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka.

Japan Grand Prix: Hamilton in fresh controversy through mental aberration
Formula One 2008 champion Lewis Hamilton invited fresh controversy ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix after another mental aberration deprived him of the chance to start the race from pole position.

Ecclestone launches 'Bernie puppets' to raise money for tsunami victims
Formula One supremo Bernie Ecclestone has commissioned some glove puppets of himself, with all proceeds, at a cost of 29 pounds, going towards tsunami charities.

Jenson Button wants Hamilton to keep McLaren 'Dream Team' alive
British Formula One driver Jenson Button has urged Lewis Hamilton to keep the Dream Team together.

Hamilton says he is not doing anything wrong on tracks
Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton, who is facing criticism from all quarters for his dangerous driving style, has said that he is not doing anything wrong on the tracks.

Vettel believes he will clinch 2011 Formula One
Red Bull's German racing ace Sebastian Vettel has finally admitted he should be able to clinch the 2011 Formula One title.

Lewis Hamilton sparks a showdown with his race rivals
Lewis Hamilton faces a confrontation with jealous rivals in Suzuka over his driving tactics this season.

Webber says he was driving with broken shoulder in final four F1 races
Ace driver Mark Webber has said that he was driving with a broken shoulder in the final four races of this year's Formula One season.

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