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Book Suzuka F1 tickets and visit Japan!

F1 Tickets Japan 2017

Check our official range of Grand Prix Tickets for the 2017 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka. The Suzuka circuit is in the middle of the famous themepark in Suzuka and welcomes a huge crowd of Formula 1 fans every year. Book early, as the Grand Prix has been sold out for a number of years now.

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Formula 1 at Suzuka

Suzuka is one of the most popular circuits on the Formula 1 calendar. Loved by fans and drivers alike for its high speed corners and technical sections, the track hosted its first official Formula 1 race back in 1987 and, but for a two-year break in the late noughties, it has been a cast-iron fixture. The venue has also crowned a number of World Champions, with 13 drivers sealing titles over the 27 Japanese Grands Prix.

Accommodation and transport around Suzuka

The Suzuka circuit, situated around 320kms west of Tokyo and 80kms southwest of Nagoya, can be easily accessed. Clear sign-posting makes driving a breeze, although visitors should be aware of the toll-roads in place across the country. With this in mind, the ultra-efficient public transport network and so-called ‘highway buses’ are popular ways to travel. A ‘Japan Rail Pass’, which must be purchased before entering Japan, is another option for foreigners, allowing rail travel for a fixed number of days.

With Tokyo (approx. 2.5 hours) and Nagoya (approx. 1 hour) requiring significant journey time, securing accommodation close to the circuit is a wise choice. There are plenty to choose from, such as the Comfort Hotel Suzuka or Hotel Suzuka Castle Inn, meaning the daily commute will equate to nothing more than a short bus journey or pleasant stroll.

Popular Suzuka tickets

Suzuka offers a variety of superb vantage points, with grandstands dotted all around the 5.807-km circuit. The main grandstand, as ever, is an extremely popular choice amongst fans wishing to see the start of the race and all pit lane activity, while B1 and B2 showcase the cars as they dive into the first corner at high speed. But whatever you choose, a thrilling weekend lies ahead.