The “Land of the Rising Sun” enjoys full-throttle motorsport, with Formula One being no exception, as the Japanese Grand Prix could be the place where a man really takes his legacy to another level this coming weekend. Cultural facets such as the way of the samurai, sushi, manga comics and sumo wrestling have to sometimes step to one side when the roar of engines come to town, as the fans flock to the track in their droves day and night.
The first Japanese Grand Prix was held at Suzuka in May of 1963, just 80 kilometres south west of Nagoya, but was a non-championship Formula One event, but signalled the start of the Japanese populace’s interest in racing.
Fuji Speedway was then...
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