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GP F1 Japan will stay in Suzuka until the end of 2024


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(Reuters) – The Japanese Grand Prix will remain in Suzuka until at least the end of the 2024 season after Formula One and the track owners announce a three-year contract extension on Saturday.

The eight-track figure southwest of Nagoya hosted a Formula One race for the first time in 1987 and provided the decision for 11 riders’ championships.

“This expansion is part of our longstanding commitment to the development of the sport in Asia and we are delighted to be able to continue our successful relationship with Mobilityland,” Formula One executive director Stefano Domenicali said in a statement.

Mobilityland is a subsidiary of Honda.

Japan has a new young talent, 20-year-old rookie Yuki Tsunoda, the country’s first Grand Prix racer since 2014. However, Red Bull’s engine partner Honda will leave the sport at the end. this season.

Tsunoda scored on his F1 debut against Red Bull-owned AlphaTauri when he finished ninth in Bahrain last month.

He then talked about going to Suzuka with his father to watch the race, and was a fan of double world champion Fernando Alonso, who is still watching the match against Renault owned Alpine.

The lap, which did not host a race last season due to the COVID-19 pandemic, will celebrate its 60th anniversary next year.

This year’s grand prize was ended on October 10.

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