- No. of Laps: 53
- No. of Corners: 18
- Circuit Length: 5.807 km
- Race Distance: 307.471 km
The Suzuka International Racing Course, located in Suzuka City, was built in 1962 and was the first track in Japan to host a Formula One Grand Prix in 1987. The circuit is known for its distinctive "figure 8" layout, which includes several challenging corners and elevation changes. The circuit is also known for its technical sections, which require precision driving and make it a true test for drivers.
In addition to its status as a motorsport venue, the Suzuka circuit also offers a range of facilities for spectators, including grandstands, food and beverage outlets, and merchandise shops. The circuit also offers a range of hospitality packages for VIPs and corporate clients.