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9th - 11th October 2020

Japanese Grand Prix Tickets at Suzuka 2020

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Japanese Grand Prix Tickets

Official Japanese F1 tickets and packages are available now for the 2020 Japanese Grand Prix this October. Book now with Grand Prix Events, an official, authorised UK agent and partner of Formula One™.

Boasting premium, modern facilities and unrivalled organisation, the Japanese Grand Prix in Suzuka offers a once in a lifetime, unforgettable GP experience.

Known for being technically challenging and one of the longest tracks on the F1 calendar, this figure of eight track, in one of Formula One’s most exotic locations, offers fans the opportunity to see drivers experience G-force in what will undoubtedly be an adrenaline-filled race.

Book your tickets or packages today and join some of the most enthusiastic fans in the world.

V Grandstand
Qty
$ 813
$ 749
V2

3 DaysView Ticket

$ 750
$ 705
$ 687
A Grandstand
Qty
A1

3 DaysView Ticket

$ 473
A2

3 DaysView Ticket

$ 620
B Grandstand
Qty
B2

3 DaysView Ticket

$ 659
$ 613
B1

3 DaysView Ticket

$ 497
C Grandstand
Qty
$ 392
$ 326
$ 354
D Grandstand
Qty
$ 407
$ 212
E Grandstand
Qty
$ 337
$ 157
Grandstands
Qty
Q2

3 DaysView Ticket

$ 552
R

3 DaysView Ticket

$ 503
I

3 DaysView Ticket

$ 391
Q1

3 DaysView Ticket

$ 332
$ 111

There is not a box office at this event, therefore please select a delivery option at the checkout.


Japanese Grand Prix Ticket types:


Grandstand V1–Lower:

Main Grandstand. A numbered Grandstand is located on the start/finish straight, directly opposite the pits, with a great view of the starting-grid.


Grandstand V2–Upper:

Main Grandstand. A numbered Grandstand is located on the start-finish straight, directly opposite the pits, with a great view of the starting-grid.


Grandstand A1–Lower:

This numbered Grandstand is located at the end of the start/finish straight, with good views over the grid/final straight and the first corner.


Grandstand B1–Lower:

This numbered Grandstand is located at the entrance of the second corner with good views of the end of the start/finish straight, as well as of the first and second corner.


Grandstand B2–Upper:

A numbered Grandstand located at the entrance of the second corner, with good views of the end of the start/finish straight, as well as of the first and second corner.


Grandstand C1–Lower:

This numbered Grandstand is located at the exit of the second corner with good views of the second and third corner.


Grandstand C2–Upper:

A numbered Grandstand located at the exit of the second corner, with good views of the second and third corner.


Grandstand D–Zones 1- 3:

This numbered Grandstand offers excellent views of the S-curve located directly in front of the Grandstand.


Grandstand E–Zone 1:

This numbered Grandstand offers fantastic views of the Dunlop corner, located directly in front of the Grandstand.


Grandstand Q1–Lower:

This numbered Grandstand is located at the outside of the chicane and guarantees spectacular overtaking action, although less overview than from the Grandstand Q2.


Grandstand Q2–Upper:

This numbered Grandstand is located on the outside of the chicane, with spectacular overtaking action.

Grandstand S:

This numbered Grandstand is located at the beginning of the grid/final straight and offers views of the last corner as well as the start/finish straight.

Location:

The Suzuka circuit is located about 37 miles (60 kilometres) south of Nagoya. The most convenient airports to use are:

Nagoya: 42 miles (68 kilometres) north
Osaka Kansai: 102 miles (164 kilometres) south west
Tokyo: 250 miles (400 kilometres) north east