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Typhoon Hagibis predicted to hit Suzuka on Saturday

Typhoon Hagibis now has Japan's main island in its sights, with meteorologists predicting a potential disruption at Suzuka on Saturday. Hagibis - which the U.S. military has put on par with a Category 5 hurricane - is currently still intensifying although it's expected to weaken once it makes landfall. But the sheer size of the storm means that areas not located directly in its path could still be impacted. Typhoon Hagibis could wreak havoc on Japanese GP! Steffen Dietz, Formula 1's former weatherman, posted his latest assessment of Hagibis on Twitter. "Hagibis is still a powerful super typhoon with gusts above 300 kph", wrote Dietz. "Numerical models are in good agreement...
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