2015 FORMULA 1 JAPANESE GRAND PRIX – Preview

by Toqui Tahmid | Posted on Thursday, September 24th, 2015 | 0

Suzuka is currently holding Japanese Grand Prix as their 3rd installment. As they was host first time on the returns of Japanese Grand Prix on 1987 and it was continuously host for 20 year and reputed the most challenging grand prix event on the Formula 1 Championship. Japan is the one of the 7 only country who host 2 Grand Prix in a year, on 1994 and 1995 thy also host Pacific Grand prix in belongs to Japanese Grand Prix.

2015 FORMULA 1 JAPANESE GRAND PRIX - Preview

2015 FORMULA 1 JAPANESE GRAND PRIX– Overview:

Official Name               :2015 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix

Date                             : Friday, 25th Sep to Sunday 27th Sep

First Grand Prix             : 1963

Episode Count               : 40

Location                       : Suzuka Circuit

Number of Laps            : 53 Laps

Lap Record                   : 1:31.540 by BY KIMI Raikkonen (2005)

Course                          : Lap circuit, 5.807km (3.147 mi)

Total Distance               : 307. 471 km (191.897 mi)

 

Michael Schumacher have 6 title on that grand prix races, have he is the only racer to won this title consecutively in 3 years. On 1995 he have his first title and 2004 he was won this title for the 6th times. In the middle on 2000 to 2002 he was fished the lap first consecutively.

On the current player Sebastian Vettel have this for 4 times and also the second most title winner on Japanese Grand Prix. On 2009 Vellel was won this for the first time and 2013 he have this title for last and 4th times. On 2010 and 2012 he was also won this title.

Lewis Hamilton is the current champion, who’s finished his last year Japanese grand prix races in 1:51:43.021. German N. Rosberg was 2nd with +9.180s and Sebastian Vettel finished from 3rd with +29.122s. On lap 39 Hamilton finished the races in 1:51.600 and this would be the fastest lap on the tournament race.

But the fastest lap record is goes to Finish KIMI Raikkonen. On the way to won the title at 2005 KIMI Raikkonen finish his 44th lap in 1:31.540. as a constructor McLaren is the most 9 times winner and Ferrari have 7 time wins.

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