The Japanese Grand Prix is traditionally one of the most eventful race weekends of the season. With new races being added to the Formula 1 calendar, the Japanese Grand Prix remains a firm favourite with many of the drivers as one of the most challenging circuits of the F1 season.

Last year saw Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton storm to a dominant victory over his fellow Mercedes team mate Bottas. This year the Japanese Grand Prix promises to be an altogether more open race, with the likes of Red Bull and Ferrari all pushing the Mercedes team right to the wire as the 2018 World Championship enters its final stages.

The Japanese GP is held at Suzuka, a high-speed track that is loved by many an F1 driver, with snaking S curves and a crossover halfway round the track it's certainly a sight to behold. To find out more take a look at the Japanese track stats below...

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