Japanese Grand Prix – Suzuka F1 Tickets & Packages
Are you planning to secure official Suzuka F1 tickets for the next Japanese Grand Prix? Race Experience offers you the best Suzuka F1 tickets. As well as premium F1 Experiences packages and VIP trackside hospitality. We always aim to provide the most value for money during your next Japanese Grand Prix!
Our F1 Suzuka tickets range from General Admission till premium grandstand seating and trackside hospitality. Our Japanese Grand Prix packages vary from Starter Ticket Packages till Paddock Club passes. And of course, we also offer everything in between!
Japanese Grand Prix Tickets
At the top of this page, you will find a ‘Japanese Grand Prix Tickets’-tile that links through to our Suzuka F1 Tickets page. Click on this tile to see our latest availability of Suzuka F1 Tickets. On this page, we also provide detailed information about Japanese GP tickets. Read our tickets guide for F1 Japan for useful tips. Find more information about F1 tickets for children, TV screens and our selection of the best Suzuka F1 tickets.
Experience ticket packages
Would you like to get even closer to the F1 action in Japan? Try our official F1 Experiences ticket packages for the Japanese GP. These F1 Experiences ticket packages include unparalleled access to pit lane walks, behind the scenes tours and more unique activities. Or perhaps join the illustrious FORMULA 1 Paddock Club at the Japanese GP? In the Paddock Club, you will find yourself really at the center of all the FORMULA 1 magic.
Japanese Grand Prix Packages
Alongside the regular Japanese Grand Prix tickets, Race Experience offers (in close collaboration with F1 Experiences) premium Japanese Grand Prix Ticket Packages, Paddock Club access and trackside VIP hospitality packages. Would you like to join your favorite team on the grid and in their team garage? It is possible with a Team Hospitality package from F1 Experiences. Emerge yourself in an emotional roller coaster and experience the highs and lows of your F1 team during the Japanese GP up-close. Enjoy exclusive racing views, meet-and-greets with your heroes, open bars and exquisite cuisines.
Trackside VIP Hospitality is available for the exclusive lounges located around the Suzuka Circuit. Are you a business owner interested in pampering high-profile clients? Or perhaps a racing fan looking for an unrivaled race experience? The available lounges are equipped to cater to all your bespoke wishes. Race Experience is more than happy to assist with tailor made travel packages for your group. Please inquire using the form found on this page.
Japanese Grand Prix – A brief history of F1 at Suzuka
The Japanese Grand Prix has been held on the Suzuka Circuit since 1987. The circuit was built by Honda as a test track in 1962 and was designed by the Dutchman John Hugenholtz. Since then, the circuit has undergone several changes for safety reasons. The circuit is part of Motopia. A large amusement park with swimming pools, golf courses, hotels and a theme park.
FORMULA 1 drivers absolutely adore this track and the great atmosphere surrounding the Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka. The Japanese FORMULA 1 fans are perhaps the most fanatical supporters in the world. F1 in Japan is therefore really special and unique to its kind.
Because the race in Japan always takes place at the end of the season, there have been several decisions for the title in the past. Especially famous is the iconic battle between Ayrton Senna and Alain Prost in 1989. Senna had his teammate Prost retire in 1989. The Brazilian was disqualified and the Frenchman then managed to become world champion. The exact same thing happened a year later, but then Senna became world champion instead of Prost.
Suzuka Circuit is located 50 kilometers southwest of Nagoya. It is the only circuit on the FORMULA 1 calendar with an 8-shaped layout. The circuit is 5,807 meters long and consists of 18 turns. The challenges of some of these corners, such as the famous 130R and the fast S-turns, provide the FORMULA 1 drivers with plenty of entertainment during the Japanese Grand Prix.
It is also the circuit on which our Dutch pride Max Verstappen, just 17 years old, debuted in a FORMULA 1 car. In 2014, Toro Rosso (now Alpha Tauri) gave Max the opportunity to get used to a FORMULA 1 car. The first free practice is Max’s, and he finishes in a decent 12th place – just 0.3 seconds behind the other Toro Rosso driver.