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Typhoon expected to hit Suzuka on Saturday

Japanese Grand Prix – Typhoon Hagibis is forecasted to hit the Suzuka area on Saturday, meaning all track running that day is in doubt. As reported yesterday, Typhoon Hagibis is currently making its way in a north-westerly direction from the south-east of the Asian continent. It's predicted to hit Japan this weekend but, as the storm nears the country, the exact location and scale will be easier to predict. Former Formula 1 meteorologist Steffen Dietz is keeping a close eye on Hagibis as it swirls its way towards Japan. He says that Saturday is the likely day that Suzuka will feel the effects of the storm: ' Hagibis is still a powerful super typhoon with gusts above 300 kph....
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