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Japanese Grand Prix Preview


  After passing through Singapore, the Formula 1 World Championship stays in Asia for the Japanese Grand Prix. The 15th race of the season is also the second in a five race stint in the Asian continent. Suzuka is a unique race track as it crosses over itself in the shape of an eight meaning that it is the only circuit in the championship to run both clockwise and anti-clockwise during a lap. It is a quick and technical track where downforce and tyre conservation are important elements.One of the standout features at Suzuka is the 130R, a 130 metre radius turn taken at speeds of over 300 km/h.
Pirelli have chosen the P Zero White medium and the P Zero Yellow soft tyres for the Japanese Grand Prix.

 

 

credit : HRT

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  1. October 17, 2011 at 6:28 am

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