Suzuka

  • 1

    Max Speed

    6th Gear
    260 km/h
  • 2

    First Curve

    3rd Gear
    110 km/h
  • 3

    "S" Curve 1

    4th Gear
    160 km/h
  • 4

    "S" Curve 2

    3rd Gear
    125 km/h
  • 5

    "S" Curve 3

    3rd Gear
    120 km/h
  • 6

    Dunlop Curve

    5th Gear
    200 km/h
  • 7

    Degner Curve

    4th Gear
    160 km/h
  • 8

    Turn 8

    2nd Gear
    110 km/h
  • 9

    Hairpin

    1st Gear
    55 km/h
  • 10

    Turn 10

    5th Gear
    230 km/h
  • 11

    Spoon Curve

    3rd Gear
    130 km/h
  • 12

    130 R

    5th Gear
    230 km/h
  • 13

    Casio triangle

    2nd Gear
    70 km/h

Super Trofeo Asia Suzuka

Designed as a Honda test track in 1962 by Dutchman John "Hans" Hugenholtz, Suzuka is one of few circuits in the world to have a "figure 8" layout, with the 1.2 km back straight passing over the front section by means of an overpass.
 

The circuit has been modified four times for safety reasons and can be used in five different configurations.
Suzuka, openly touted by F1 drivers and fans as one of the most enjoyed, is also one of the oldest remaining tracks of the Formula One World Championship, and so has a long history of races as venue of the Japanese Grand Prix. Its traditional role as one of the last Grands Prix of the season means numerous World Championships have been decided at the track.