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Formula 1 extends Suzuka's Japanese GP deal through 2024

Formula 1’s Japanese Grand Prix will remain at Suzuka until at least 2024 after a new three-year contract extension was agreed. The figure-of-eight Suzuka, owned by Honda, first joined Formula 1’s calendar in 1987 and has been the scene of several iconic title showdowns. Its current contract, signed in 2018, was due to expire at […]
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