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Japanese GP Weather Update: Typhoon Hagibis, will Suzuka see racing?

The chances of running being affected at the Japanese Grand Prix appear to be rising, with Typhoon Hagibis being reported to have strengthened. Hagibis was upgraded to a Category 5 storm on Wednesday, equivalent to a hurricane, as it continues to move through the Pacific Ocean. Article continues under video It is scheduled to make landfall on Saturday, with the capital Tokyo currently estimated to be in the storm's direct flightpath. Suzuka lies south-west to Tokyo, with projections suggesting that the storm will pass slightly to the south of F1's venue, but certainly close enough for serious weather disruption. If running is possible on Friday, an order for a race can be determined from...
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