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Modifications to Suzuka circuit for Japan GP: asphalt instead of grass

Some minor changes have been made to the Suzuka circuit for the Japanese Grand Prix. After two years, the Japanese race is back on the calendar, so some changes are needed from F1. Article continues under ad Suzuka says goodbye to two gravel bins These are three points that have been changed at the Japanese circuit. For the drivers, the changes will not be immediately very noticeable, but the changes will increase safety on the track. The least radical change is that part of the asphalt in the pit lane has been taken care of with anti-skid paint required by the FIA. However, the same point includes replacing the artificial grass with asphalt at turn 16. This reduces the drivers' risk in...
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