Formula 1: Japanese Grand Prix to remain at Suzuka through 2024
The Japanese GP, scheduled this year for 10 October, 'has always showcased gripping, edge-of-your-seat drama,' Domenicali said in announcing the extension with race promoter Mobilityland.
Suzuka: The Japanese Grand Prix will remain at Suzuka Circuit until at least 2024, Formula 1 announced on Saturday.
The track has been a regular fixture on the F1 calendar since 1987 and the multi-year extension is part of an effort to grow the sport in Asia.
"Japan holds a special place in the hearts and minds of F1 fans all over the world, and Suzuka has played host to many of the sport's most legendary moments, with 11 Drivers' titles being decided there," F1 chief executive Stefano Domenicali said in a statement.
The Japanese GP, scheduled this year for 10 October, "has always showcased gripping, edge-of-your-seat drama," Domenicali said in announcing the extension with race promoter Mobilityland.
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