Facts and figures the Grand Prix of Japan

Цифры и факты Гран При Японии

In the coming weekend in Japan, will be held 16-th stage of the season 2017. We offer to your attention interesting facts about the upcoming weekend and about the circuit of Suzuka.

Racers, who won the Japanese Grand Prix more than once

6 Michael Schumacher– 1995, 1997, 2000, 2001, 2002, 2004
4 Sebastian Vettel – 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013
3 Lewis Hamilton – 2007, 2014, 2015
2 Fernando Alonso – 2006, 2008
Gerhard Berger 1987, 1991
Ayrton Senna – 1988, 1993
Damon Hill – 1994, 1996
Mika Hakkinen – 1998, 1999

Track: Suzuka
Direction: clockwise
Number of turns: 18
The number of laps in the race: 53
Date of race: October 8, 2016
Opening track: 1962
First Grand Prix: 1987
Best lap: 1.31,540 (Kimi Raikkonen, 2005)
Lap length: 5,807 km
Race distance: 307,471 km

The schedule of the weekend (Moscow time):

Friday, October 6
The first training 04:00-05:30
Second training session – 08:00-09:30

Saturday, October 7
The third practice – 06:00-07:00
Qualification – start at 09:00

Sunday, October 8
Race start at 08:00

Race support:
Porsche Carrera Cup Japan
Super FJ

Invited by the stewards: to Be announced

DRS zone: main straight
The speed limit in the pit lane: 80 km/h for the whole weekend
Fuel consumption: 1.98 kg per lap
Maximum speed: 330 km/h
In full throttle: 66% of the circle
Gear changes: 58 time in the course of the round
Tire compounds: Medium (white headbands), Soft (yellow headbands), Supersoft (red rims)

Weather forecast:

Friday – heavy rain, 13-20 °C
Saturday – mostly cloudy, 13-22 °C
Sunday – Sunny, 16-26 °C

Next step: the U.S. Grand Prix

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