Japanese F1 Grand Prix

The Suzuka Circuit is a thrilling track very much appreciated by drivers and fans for the numerous overtaking opportunities it offers. Shaped more or less like an eight, the circuit's numerous bends and long straights make it a challenging and appreciated track, full of hard braking zones and acceleration. The track also includes a bridge at Turn 14, offering a unique sight in Formula 1. To view the action at the Bridge, we recommend you to purchase tickets in the impressive V-shaped Grandstand G. The circuit also hosts some of the calendar’s most famous corners, such as the characteristically shaped Spoon Curve.

Suzuka Circuit

Suzuka Circuit

Circuit Name: Suzuka Circuit
Circuit Facts:
Number of Laps: 53
Circuit Length: 5.807 km
Race Distance: 307.471 km

Grand Prix dates: 11 – 13 October 2020

Package 1
4 Nights twin share accommodation
Strings Hotel Nagoya 
Full Weekend E1 Grandstand Tickets
Private round-trip Airport – Hotel transfers
‘Goody Bag’ with souvenir lanyard, ear plugs and credentials holder

Package 2 

4 Nights twin share accommodation
[ IN: 10 October  OUT: 14 October 2019
Hilton Nagoya Hotel
Full weekend ‘A2 Upper Grandstand’ Japanese Grand Prix ™ tickets
Private round-trip Airport transfers
‘Goody Bag’, souvenir lanyard, ear plugs and credentials holder

Option to Upgrade to Grandstand or Hospitality tickets available. Please call for latest availability and prices.

Formula 1 Grand Prix Programme
Friday – F1 Practice Day
Saturday F1 Qualifying Day
Sunday – F1 Race Day

Note & Conditions: Packages does not include airfares.
Payment/cancellation: 60% non-refundable deposit + any ticket upgrade supplements in full due at the time of booking. Balance due 90 days prior to departure. Due balance is subject to exchange rate fluctuations and price is guaranteed only once full payment has been received. Subject to availability and AIM Holidays T&Cs as listed on our website.