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Hurricane threat over Japanese GP

Fears have been raised that the Japanese Grand Prix could be significantly disrupted as a super typhoon approaches the country. Storm Hagibis is approaching Japan and could disrupt not just this week's Formula 1 action, but also the Rugby World Cup, which is ongoing in the country. Article continues under video F1's former official meteorologist Steffen Dietz delivered a concerning update regarding the weather system on Monday morning. Saturday is set to be the worst affected day, with qualifying potentially requiring rearrangement. #Hagibis has explosively intensified and is now already a super typhoon! (= hurricane category 4)Track forecast towards Japan and #F1 is quite consistent....
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