Japanese Grand Prix
According to the 2022 F1 calendar, the Japanese Grand Prix is starting on 7 October and will end on 9 October. The Race will take place at Suzuka International Racing Course
A total of 53 laps, consisting of a 5.807 Km circuit lap will take place at Suzuka International Racing Course.
The race coverage will be starting on the 7th of October with practice sessions.
Later it will be followed by qualifying fixtures on Saturday, 8th October.
However, The final race will be on Sunday, 9th of October.
|Practice Session 1||7th October 2022||06:30 – 07:30||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
|Practice Session 2||7th October 2022||10:00 – 11:00||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
|Practice Session 3||8th October 2022||07:00 – 08:00||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
|Qualifying Sessions||8th October 2022||10:00 – 11:00||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
|Japanese GP Race||9th October 2022||09:30 – 11:30||SkySportsf1 (UK)|
Race Facts- Japanese Grand Prix
- Total of 13 trophy decding races were held in Japan.
- Japanese GP was held for 45 times.
- Michael Schumacher won the race most number of times (6)
- McLaren has the most number of wins as a constructor (9)
- circuit Length is 5.807 km
- Race length is 307.471 km
- Seventeen Japanese drivers have competed in Formula 1
- 1993 Japanese Grand Prix saw Mika Hakkinen his first of 51 podium finishes in F1.
- 2009 & 2018 were the only races at Suzuka where the top three finished in the order which they started.
Most memorable moment in Japanese GP
In 2000, Michael Schumacher won the race and won his 3rd championship title. This championship was his first of five with Ferrari.
After this victory, Michael Schumacher became the first Ferrari driver to win a championship after Jody Scheckter, who won it in 1979.