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Bahrain

26-03-2021 - 28-03-2021

  • FP1:14:30
  • FP2:18:00
  • FP3:15:00
  • Q1:18:00
  • Q2:18:25
  • Q3:18:45
  • Race:18:00

Italy

16-04-2021 - 18-04-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:14:30
  • FP3:11:00
  • Q1:14:00
  • Q2:14:25
  • Q3:14:45
  • Race:15:00

Portugal

30-04-2021 - 02-05-2021

  • FP1:11:30
  • FP2:15:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:00

Spain

07-05-2021 - 09-05-2021

  • FP1:11:30
  • FP2:15:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:00

Monaco

20-05-2021 - 23-05-2021

  • FP1:11:30
  • FP2:15:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:00

Azerbaijan

04-06-2021 - 06-06-2021

  • FP1:13:00
  • FP2:15:00
  • FP3:14:00
  • Q1:17:00
  • Q2:17:25
  • Q3:17:45
  • Race:17:10

France

25-06-2021 - 27-06-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Austria

02-07-2021 - 04-07-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Great Britain

16-07-2021 - 18-07-2021

  • FP1:10:00
  • FP2:12:00
  • FP3:11:00
  • Q1:14:00
  • Q2:14:25
  • Q3:14:45
  • Race:14:10

Hungary

30-07-2021 - 01-08-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Belgium

27-08-2021 - 29-08-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Netherlands

03-09-2021 - 05-09-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Italy

10-09-2021 - 12-09-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Russia

24-09-2021 - 26-09-2021

  • FP1:12:00
  • FP2:14:00
  • FP3:13:00
  • Q1:16:00
  • Q2:16:25
  • Q3:16:45
  • Race:16:10

Singapore

01-10-2021 - 03-10-2021

  • FP1:17:00
  • FP2:19:00
  • FP3:18:00
  • Q1:21:00
  • Q2:21:25
  • Q3:21:45
  • Race:21:10

Japan

08-10-2021 - 10-10-2021

  • FP1:18:00
  • FP2:20:00
  • FP3:19:00
  • Q1:22:00
  • Q2:22:25
  • Q3:22:45
  • Race:22:10

USA

22-10-2021 - 24-10-2021

  • FP1:04:00
  • FP2:06:00
  • FP3:05:00
  • Q1:08:00
  • Q2:08:25
  • Q3:08:45
  • Race:08:10

Mexico

29-10-2021 - 31-10-2021

  • FP1:04:00
  • FP2:06:00
  • FP3:05:00
  • Q1:08:00
  • Q2:08:25
  • Q3:08:45
  • Race:07:10

Brazil

05-11-2021 - 07-11-2021

  • FP1:06:00
  • FP2:08:00
  • FP3:07:00
  • Q1:10:00
  • Q2:10:25
  • Q3:10:45
  • Race:10:10

Australia

18-11-2021 - 20-11-2021

  • FP1:20:00
  • FP2:22:00
  • FP3:21:00
  • Q1:00:00
  • Q2:00:25
  • Q3:00:45
  • Race:00:10

Saudi Arabia

03-12-2021 - 05-12-2021

  • FP1:12:00
  • FP2:14:00
  • FP3:13:00
  • Q1:16:00
  • Q2:16:25
  • Q3:16:45
  • Race:16:10

Abu Dhabi

10-12-2021 - 12-12-2021

  • FP1:11:00
  • FP2:13:00
  • FP3:12:00
  • Q1:15:00
  • Q2:15:25
  • Q3:15:45
  • Race:15:10

Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix 2021

08-10 October

FP1: 2:10pm
FP2: 6:10pm
FP3: 11am
Qual: 2pm
Race: 2pm

In 1962. Soichiro Honda, whose car company you may have heard of, was a man with big ambitions. Seeking to turn Honda into an automotive powerhouse, he decided his company should have its own test track. Dutchman John Hugenholtz got the nod, and drew up the now-iconic ‘crossover’ Suzuka track – although original drawings saw the track pass over and under itself a full three times, which would have been sweet!

Despite most people agreeing that Suzuka is a worthy successor to sliced bread in the ‘Best Thing’ stakes, the Japanese track was a relative latecomer to the F1 calendar, making its first appearance in 1987. Nigel Mansell would remember that weekend well, after he suffered a crash in qualifying that ruled him out of the race, gifting that year’s championship to his bitter rival Nelson Piquet.

Show us a racing a driver who doesn’t love Suzuka, and we’ll show you a liar. The high-speed track remains one of the ultimate driving challenges, with the snaking ‘S’ Curves, the two commitment-rewarding Degners and the white-knuckle ride of 130R all highlights in a series of highlights at what is one of F1’s seminal tracks. And hey, it’s got a crossover, which is always cool, right?

Suzuka International Racing Course

First Grand Prix: 1987
Number of Laps: 53
Circuit Length: 5.807 km
Race Distance: 307.471 km
Lap Record: 1:30.983 Lewis Hamilton (2019)