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Takuma Sato doesn't think it will be long until a Japanese drivers in in F1

Takuma Sato is confident that it won't be long until a Japanese driver will be in F1. It has been five years since the last driver from the country drove in the sport, Kamui Kobayashi. The IndyCar driver believes that adding a Japanese driver to the grid will help to inspire new people into the sport. The 31-year-old experienced F1 for the first time in Japan, taking part in a practice session with Toro Rosso at Suzuka. “F1 is doing well in Japan even if it is not the madness that we used to know, " Sato told France’s Auto Hebdo. “Honda’s recent wins are helping, but I don’t think that’s the problem. Fans want something other than what happened in...
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