El Japan Grand Prix de F1 will be held in the circuit of Suzuka for three more years, until 2024 included. This was announced by the category itself.
"This contract extension, the result of the fruitful relationship between Formula 1 and Mobilityland (circuit manager), is part of the long-term strategic commitment to develop the sport in Asia", was explained.
“Japan has a hungry (racing) crowd and with young talent Yuki Tsunoda (AlphaTauri), who became the first Japanese driver on the grid since 2014, Formula 1 will continue to work with the promoter to further increase the popularity of this sport there ”, He added.
The Suzuka Circuit, which will celebrate its 2022th anniversary in 60, hosted 31 races GP since 1987. The only track in the shape of 8 on the calendar of the premier class of motorsport, fast and technical, it is highly appreciated by the drivers.