F1 Secures Future of Japanese GP at Suzuka until 2029″

Formula 1 has reached an agreement to keep the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka until 2029, ensuring its place on the calendar for the next five years. The deal, which comes as a relief to drivers and fans, is a sign of F1’s commitment to maintaining its classic venues. The circuit’s efforts to start an upgrade program and support fan events have played a role in securing the extended contract. The race in 2024 is set to take place in April, positioning it between the Australian and Chinese GPs. F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali expressed gratitude to Suzuka’s promoter and Honda MobilityLand for contributing to greater calendar rationalization and sustainability. The president of Honda Mobilityland has expressed a dedication to creating a sustainable future through the continued success of Suzuka.

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