Suzuka


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Suzuka

(so͞ozo͞o`kä), city (1990 pop. 174,105), Mie prefecture, central Honshu, Japan. It is a manufacturing center with mechanical, electrical appliance, and textile industries.
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Lewis Hamilton smashed the Suzuka track record to seize a dominant Japanese Grand Prix pole position on Saturday.
Hamilton has won twice before at Suzuka, and three times in Japan when Fuji is included in the reckoning, while Mercedes are unbeaten there in three years.
Contract Awarded for Supply tyres to the inaugural Suzuka 10 Hours, to take place from August 23-26 next year
Jenson Button's 'one-off' returns to racing will continue when the McLaren-Honda Formula 1 reserve driver makes his Super GT debut in the Suzuka 1,000km race.
Jenson will drive a Honda NSX-GT at the 46th International SUZUKA 1000km, Round 6 of the SUPER GT series (August 27) at Suzuka Circuit, Japan.
JENSON BUTTON, for so long the darling of Japanese fans, is set for what could be his final Grand Prix in Suzuka this weekend.
A Toyota Prius GT driven by Koki Saga and Yuichi Nakayama claimed second place in Round 6 of the 2016 Autobacs Super GT 300 series, which took place recently at the 45th International Suzuka 1000km race held at the Suzuka Circuit in Japan.
com | Nicky Hayden will make his first return to the Suzuka 8 Hours in 13 years as the headline in a strong rider line-up for Honda.
Hamilton appeared to have his work cut out after he qualified behind pole-sitter Nico Rosberg for yesterday's race at a sun-drenched Suzuka.
since A He s Suzuka removin McLa said He slid in rainy conditions at Suzuka and hit a crane that was removing another car.
Rossi retraced his thoughts to the moment at which Frenchman Jules Bianchi suffered a catastrophic accident at the 2014 Japanese Grand Prix in the Suzuka Circuit.
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