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Japanese Grand Prix Preview: Party Time for Vettel and Red Bull

There are a number of reasons why the Japanese Grand Prix is a massive highlight on the Formula One calendar. The circuit is fantastic and many of the drivers rate it as one of their top three tracks in the sport. The wide, flowing corners feed beautifully into each other, creating a natural rhythm to the track—except for the final chicane of course. But even that right-left flick provides plenty of entertainment, as it’s the best overtaking spot around Suzuka’s 3.609 miles. The S Curves are among the most feted in all of motorsport. Drivers can’t make a mistake in one of the corners or it’ll throw them off course for the next one, and the one after that. The circuit allows a Formula One car to thoroughly flex ...

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