Tickets – 2025 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka

Everything you need to know about buying tickets for the 2025 Japanese Grand Prix. The best places to watch the action at Suzuka Circuit.

  • The 2025 Japanese Grand Prix is scheduled for April 4-6
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With a good selection of cheap 3-day tickets and Free Friday (open seating on almost all grandstands for the first day of action), Japan offers real value to the F1 fan. The Japanese Grand Prix is a popular event and the best value grandstands do sell out well in advance, so it pays to plan ahead for your trip to Suzuka.

Attendance has been on the rise in Japan in recent years after the race was not held at all in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic. Tickets for Japan are amongst the cheapest on the entire F1 calendar, and the event sold out fast last year. In 2024, the Japanese Grand Prix moved from September to a new calendar slot in April. It was the first time that the race at Suzuka has been held in the early part of the season since it joined the calendar in 1987. The race retains the same calendar slot for 2025, in early April. Tickets for the 2025 Japanese Grand Prix are not yet on sale. We don’t expect sales to begin until at least the second half of 2024.

F1 Experiences Ticket Packages

Now on sale for 2025! Enjoy an enhanced trackside experience at Suzuka with an Official Ticket Package from F1 Experiences. Choose from seats in the best grandstands or upgrade to Champions Club hospitality above the pits with a guided tour of the F1 Paddock and special guest appearances. Exclusive hospitality in the Formula 1 Paddock Club is also now on sale.

Suzuka Tickets: Need to know

  • All advance tickets are sold for 3 days.
  • In 2024, Suzuka will issue e-tickets rather than physical tickets.
  • Suzuka still offers “Free Friday”, which means you can sit in any grandstand you wish on Friday, with the exception of the most expensive V2 upper grandstands.
  • The V2 Upper grandstand is the only covered grandstand at Suzuka, and is worth considering despite the high price, given the frequency of rain at this race.
  • Individual seats are only offered in the Main Grandstand (V1 and V2). All other grandstands offer bleacher style seating without backs; bring a cushion!
  • Seats are numbered/reserved on Saturday and Sunday in all grandstands, with the exception of the West Open Area (Grandstands L,M,N,P) which have free/unreserved seating.
  • Discounted children’s tickets (age 3-12 years) are available via the circuit.

Top 5 Suzuka Grandstands

  1. Grandstand B (1-2) on the opening corner, great for the start and lots of passing activity
  2. Grandstand Q (1-2) on the chicane before the last corner, an opportunity to see the cars take the low speed chicane before the end of the lap
  3. Grandstand D (Zone 5 is best) at the beginning of the ‘S’ curves with excellent panoramic views of the first section of the circuit.
  4. Grandstand C is a good mid-range grandstand on the exit of turn 2, always sells out quickly
  5. General Admission tickets! Not a grandstand at all, but free seating around the West Open Area – Spoon Curve (L,M,N,P) including access to almost all grandstands on Friday. Very affordable tickets!

Main Straight Suzuka Grandstands (V1-2, A1-2)

As with most Grands Prix, the main straight grandstand tickets are the most expensive at Suzuka. They are good for pits action, the race preparations, start and podium. If you want to see on-track action such as passing, choose another place to sit. 

The large permanent grandstand opposite the pits is covered (unlike most grandstands at Suzuka, which are exposed to the elements) and is comprised of two main sections, V1 and V2, plus different zones. The V1 tickets are the cheapest and occupy the lower, less elevated part of the grandstand. The highest of the V2 seats (Zones 10-12) are best.

The uncovered A grandstand is located closer to turn 1 and is a good mid-range choice at Suzuka.

First & Second Corner Suzuka Grandstands (B&C)

Two large grandstands – B & C – wrap around the first and second corners at Suzuka. Both grandstands have a cheaper lower section and more expensive upper section. Grandstand B offers better views and is more expensive. The views from Grandstand C are still good however and it’s a popular, more affordable grandstand. The panorama views of grandstand B can be seen in the main image for this tickets guide.

‘S’ Curve & Dunlop Corner Suzuka Grandstands (D&E)

Suzuka Grandstand D2
Suzuka Grandstand E2

The D grandstand is located next to the ‘S’ curve and is divided into 5 zones. The best (and more expensive) are Zone’s 4 & 5. If you can get a seat high up in one of these stands, you’ll get an excellent panoramic view from the opening corner through the ‘S’ curve and down to Dunlop corner. Grandstand E faces Dunlop Corner; the cheap price is an indicator that not much happens at this corner.

Hairpin Curve Suzuka Grandstands (I&J)

Grandstand I is located on the outside of the track after the hairpin, a low-speed corner where there is always overtaking during the race. It’s a good vantage point and sells out quickly. The cheaper Grandstand J is on the inside of the track at the following turn 12 and offers a view of the cars at high speed; there are better grandstands to choose from at Suzuka.

West Open Area, General Admission (Free Seating L, M, N, P)

Suzuka, near 130R
Suzuka Section M (Spoon Curve)

There’s lots of general admission areas around the Spoon Corner and 130R, including both grandstands with unreserved seating and grassy hills where you can watch the action. If you have chosen a General Admission ticket, we recommend you walk around and check out the different vantage points on Friday and Saturday to identify the spot where you would like to watch the race. Just don’t forget to get there early on Sunday to reserve your spot!

Chicane & Final Corner Suzuka Grandstands (Q&R)

Suzuka Grandstand Q2

The grandstands on the chicane and final corner are always popular, particularly the cheaper Q1 Lower seats, which always sell out quickly. The panoramic views from the grandstands are excellent (particularly Q2 Upper) and you also get to see the cars enter the pitlane. Recommended!

Suzuka Grandstand R

Been to Suzuka? Leave a comment and tell us where you watched the action.

213 thoughts on “Tickets – 2025 Japanese Grand Prix at Suzuka”

  1. Dear, the ticket sale in the website is finished.

    Everybody knows where I can purchase the ticket race in Nagoya?

    Best regards

    1. Sorry, we don’t know of any places to buy tickets in Nagoya. I suggest you head to the track and try your luck, but it does look like most tickets are sold out this year already.

    2. Rene Antonissen

      Ik ben nu in Japan maar heb nog geen kaartje voor zondag . Ik wil zondag vroeg naar het circuit. Ik denk aan kaartjes van ca 500 euro . Vraag zijn er zondag dagkaarten te koop ? Aangezien we vrijdag en zaterdag al een dagplanning . Ben dus alleen geïnteresseerd in twee goede kaarten voor zondag . Rene

  2. Thanks for this! Planning on making the trip to my first race next year and this guide is invaluable. Also glad it appears admission isn’t overly costly as everything else likely will be!

      1. I’m also doing this one for the first time next year, thanks for the guide!

        I’ll probably get General Admission tickets. I did Austria last year and the general admission there is the best one I’ve done before, as the track is in the mountains there are plenty of natural vantage points.

        Yeah, good that this is a relatively cheap race, as I’m expecting the Japan trip to cost a lot!

  3. Hi Andrew,
    please I would like to know if the validity period of the tickets is the same for all granstands or GA. Because from the FAQ of suzuka wabsite I’ve found this:

    “The V1 and V2 area reserved tickets are valid for the three days: October 7th (Friday), October 8th (Saturday) and October 9th (Sunday).
    All the other reserved tickets except for the V1 and V2 seats are valid for two days: October 8th (Saturday) and October 9th (Sunday).
    Note that the V1 and V2 tickets also give access to the pit walk on October 6th (Thursday). Holders of the V1 and V2 tickets can also enter the Suzuka Circuit on the day after the race; October 10th (Monday).”


    1. Hi Mike. All tickets are valid for three days (Friday, Saturday, Sunday). This just means that all the tickets – apart from V1 and V2 – are NOT reserved on Friday. This is called ‘Free Friday’ and it’s a good thing! It means you can sit anywhere you like on Friday (apart from V1 and V2). Hope that helps!

      1. Now all is clear, thank you.
        Please I have one more question, can I have access to the walkabout on Thursday with general admission ticket?
        Thanks, really helpful!

  4. Hi Andrew,
    Due to time constraints/budgeting, we plan on going to Suzuka only on Friday. Do we need to have tickets to participate in “free Friday” or are we allowed to enter without tickets? Thank you for your help!

    1. Hi Minette, we are pretty sure that there are no Friday-only tickets available. Unfortunately, you still need a ticket for ‘Free Friday’, which means your best option is to buy the cheapest 3-day ticket for around $100 USD.

  5. Hey Andrew!

    My name is Sam from downunder.

    Thanks for the great article – absolute lifesaver!

    Do you know when tickets for the 2017 would be expected to go on sale?



    1. Hi Sam, tickets for the Japanese Grand Prix will go on sale next month. Sorry, no exact date yet but it will be in March. Follow us on social media and we will let you know!

  6. Hey Andrew – Fisrt of all thank you for all this answers and your awesome page its my first tima traveling to an F1 race , i am a big motorsport fan , and i decided to go to Suzuka , i am from Guatemala Central america.

    With an “Average Joe” what ticket is the best Q1 or C grandstand or any other recomendation ?

    I read that you reomomend the Nagoya -Suzuka track train , does this train has a schedule for arrival and departure like last train to get at the circuit to Nagoya?

    Thank you very much. Awesome work

  7. Most tickets are already sold out just 1 day after I received the email advice that tickets are already available for sale. Only paddocks tickets and family tickets are available right now. Can I purchase family tickets and go to the race without the kid?

    1. Hi Biboy, I think what has happened is that Gootickets started sales early and they have been told to stop sales. It’s not because all the tickets are sold out, that’s for sure! So don’t worry, I am sure the option to purchase all tickets will be back soon. Follow us on social media and we will keep you informed.

  8. Yeah I’m pretty upset at that because I was under the impression all tickets were sold out so I purchased family tickets (even though I am going with my wife/son).

    I just emailed F1 directly and asked if they could cancel my order….

  9. Emailed them got this back.

    Please kindly note that we have been informed by the Promoter of Japan that they have sales schedules per category.

    Please see dates opening below :

    3/19 – Opening of Grandstands V, A, B, C
    3/26 – Opening of Grandstands D, E, I, Q, R
    7/9 – Opening of General Admission, West area

    We have therefore been forced to close all products on our website except Family seats.

    Many thanks in advance for your understanding.

  10. Hi guys, can you tell if the tickets are refundable/resellable? I am going to visit Japan, but the dates are not settled yet, but I don’t want to miss the opportunity, but not sure what to do, if the trip dates do not fit.

    1. Hi Ivan, tickets are not refundable. I believe they are not supposed to be resellable either, though of course many people do sell on places like ebay and craigslist etc. Better to wait until your trip is confirmed before buying!

  11. Rahmat Nasution

    Hi Andrew.
    I’m setting up my plan to suzuka this year. it will be my first time to see f1 race.
    where is the best place to stay ?
    When is the best time to meet the racer ?
    Do they have meet and greet session ?

    thanks in advance

    1. Hi Rahmat, you’ve made a good decision. Suzuka is one of the classic F1 tracks! Best idea is to stay in Nagoya and take the train to the circuit. Thursday is the best opportunity to meet the drivers. You can do a pitlane walk in the morning – you will receive a lottery ticket for the driver’s autograph session and perhaps you will get lucky. More info in our Trackside guide.

      1. Rahmat Nasution

        thanks a lot Andrew for the priceless advice.
        Starting my search for a budget hotel in Nagoya.

        hope i can meet you in suzuka.

        Just an idea, how bout creating F1destinations fans gathering on thursday or in Friday ?
        It will make the journey complete.

        1. Hi Rahmat, thanks for the compliment! Unfortunately, I won’t be at Suzuka this year. But I do know a few people going, so please remind me in a few months and I will put you all in touch so you can meet up. Andrew

          1. Rahmat Nasution

            too bad you won’t join us in suzuka.
            sure i’ll remind you cause i need a friend in japan since im going to travel alone.


  12. Samuel McCrossen

    If I buy a ticket for one of the grandstands, does that allow me access to the west area?


    1. Yes and don’t forget that you can get into all the other grandstands and General Admission areas on Friday as well (apart from V2 in opposite the pits)

  13. hi there (=
    I was doing some research on Japanese grand Prix and came across this good piece of information! I decided to purchase V2 or Q tickets, depending on my partner’s preference (he’s a keen photographer and racer..)

    One thing I’m not too sure about is that which website is the Official ticket seller.. the website you posted has tickets at a lower price than or the formula one official site. Which should I trust?

    Thank you very much for your help!

    1. Hi Sofia, good choice on the grandstand. And don’t forget you can sit in all the grandstands on Friday, so that’s a good chance to get some great pictures. As for tickets, our supplier (Gootickets, Platinium Group from Monaco) is the same supplier that works with You probably notice a similar interface. Anyway, our tickets are cheaper as we don’t apply any markup like F1 does. So you can buy in confidence, and save some money. Plus you will help us out a bit as we receive some commission from the ticket sales when you buy using our links. Andy

      1. Thanks Andy!

        I wish I asked earlier… the price has gone up a little bit ><

        I will certainly go through all the information with my partner this weekend (I really target V2 as it's a covered area and offer nice main straight view). So glad I found this site, it really helped a lot.

        Have a nice day!

  14. Deborah Thompson

    Hi Andrew
    Thanks for your comprehensive website! I’m planning to go to the Japanese GP this year. Is there a ticket website where I can view a detailed seat map and choose my exact seats? I’m from Australia,i and Melbourne GP ticket website enables you to choose specific seats based on a seating map. So far in viewing Japanese GP tickets I have not found this anywhere?

    1. Hi Deborah, I don’t believe Suzuka offers the option to choose your specific seat, like some circuits do. The circuit uses Gootickets (like we do) for postal sales; the only thing you can do is make a request for a specific seat/zone when purchasing. Andy

  15. Hi Andrew,
    Im planing my trip to the Japanese race, Im from Australia and my question is how bad or good the general admision ticketes area are?
    Any advice about what to do from the first day in the circuit?, your advice will be much appreciated as Im traveling alone.
    Thank you

    1. Hi David, the general admission tickets are fine at Suzuka as long as the weather remains clear…Really, you will be fine. And remember that there is Free Friday in Japan, so you can explore different grandstands on Friday. Travelling alone is great, you will force yourself to meet fellow fans! Enjoy the weekend

  16. My friend, it would be very nice if you include in each race which tribunes are the ones that open for the people to get in the track. I’m always looking to those kind of seats.

  17. Dear Andrew,

    Can I buy daily ticket on the Suzuka circuit ticket offices. For example for Friday?
    By the way free Friday means that no need ticket or minimum I need general admission ticket.
    Is there direct train from Nagoya station to the circuit?

    Thank you for your answer.

    A Hungarian F1 fun,


    1. Hi Sandor, you still need a ticket for Friday (“Free” means that you are free to sit wherever you want, apart from two premium grandstands). You can purchase Friday tickets from Suzuka for 4200 Yen (about $40 USD) via this link; you will collect your tickets at the circuit on the day. Information about getting from Nagoya to Suzuka is in our Getting There and Around guide.


    First of all, your blog is amazing. Second, I have a question regarding Japanese GP tickets. That is, if I buy general admission tickets now, and stroll around the track on friday and decide that I want to sit somewhere else and want to upgrade my ticket against extra costs, would this be possible at a circuittrack ticket booth (upon availability)?

    Do you maybe have an emailadress from the organization?

    Kind regards


    1. Thanks Sander! You can get more information on the Suzuka website or contact the circuit here. I’m really not sure about your idea; I think you won’t be able to buy single day tickets at the circuit for Saturday and Sunday, but check with Suzuka.

  19. Great information! Just a quick question re ticket availability.
    I would like to attend this year and get a west area / general entry ticket. From your past experience, do these tend to sell out or can they booked right up to the race? I would rather wait until my plans are definite before I buy.

  20. You can buy tickets at Suzuka ticket booth or Lawson (convenient store) until the race begins. They don’t sell out. I checked Lawson ticket website. Though West area tickets are sold out, other tickets are still available.

    This is a nice site! I’ve been to Suzuka many times. It’s the best track in the world.

  21. are there ticket re-sellers at the track on Saturday? All tickets are sold out but would not mind going to the track if I can find someone re-selling. Knowing Japan I doubt there are scalpers

  22. the f1experience website sells tickets for 699$ or more that can walk the lane and pit on Thursday, for people buying 3days tickets, can they do that too? does this need an extra ticket?

    1. I found the answer after reviewing questions above, thanks.

      But one more question, do they sell children tickets for all areas e.g. D,Q?
      and are they sold at the same time online?

      1. Yes, tickets for children are available for all grandstands and are reasonably priced, around $40-80 USD. You can purchase at the same time. Hopefully tickets will be going on sale soon!

  23. I’ve noticed they have a photographers seat ticket – does have any impact on taking photos from normal seats or while wandering around the track area?


  24. Hello, do you know if there will be only Sunday tickets? I’ll be travelling with my girlfriend, and arrive at Japan on Saturday afternoon. Thanks!

  25. Hey Andrew, thanks for the write up. I’m a fellow Adelaide expat although I’m living in Japan.

    I’m gonna head in with the General Admission/West Area tickets. Do you know if these tickets are good for the “Free Friday” component? It’d be good to have a wander around and see the pits, the main grandstands etc rather than be confined out west the whole time.

    Also do you know if there are bars and places to buy food in the West Area? I’m worried from the pics I’ve seen that you’re basically on your own out there and can’t walk around the grandstand sections which appear to have heaps of amenities. Cheers!

    1. Hi Tom, yes I’m pretty sure you can still make the most of Free Friday with the West Area tickets. Not sure about bars/food outlets in the West area, but I’d be very surprised if there wasn’t something there. Let us know how you get on!

      1. Hey Andrew. Thanks again for all the info. I ended up going in on the Friday and Sunday (I work Saturdays) using the GA/West Area ticket. We got great seats in Grandstand B on the Free Friday with these tickets. Plenty of food, drinks and souvenirs out in the West Area too on the Sunday. Plus you can basically walk around everywhere on the Sunday you just can’t get into the stands. Only downsides: actual seating is limited, there’s not a lot of shade and there’s no big screens. The old man struggled a bit but I honestly loved standing at the exit of 130R/chicane entrance, especially for the price.

        I live in Osaka so commuted from there. There were four of us on Friday so we rented a car which I recommend doing for the convenience and the value for money. The official parking sold out way in advance but there was plenty of unofficial safe parking right near the track I wish we knew about. We ended up parking at the station. I can’t confirm what the parking situation is like on Sat or Sun, though.

        Two of us went by train on Sunday, which is about 2.5-3 hours from Osaka to the track. Buy your reserved seat component online and then buy the ticket component at the station. As you and others have said, be sure to buy the return ticket component as soon as you get to Shiroko station so you can skip the line at night. It’s an extra 1-1.5 hours each way to Osaka compared to Nagoya but it’s a way better city (I’m obviously biased but this is fairly well documented).

        My last point is don’t be tempted to get a taxi to the station like we were. We waited in line for 90 minutes and about 6 cabs came. Head to the bus area no matter how long the line is or how immobile your companions are. The buses get priority and come non-stop until everyone is gone. (note: feel free to edit this post for length)

  26. Andrew Burnett

    Does anyone know how far in advance the tickets for Suzuka 2019 are actually issued ie… posted out? I know tickets are not printed until near race day but we are going to be travelling for the 2 weeks prior to race weekend and want to make sure the tickets will arrive with us before we leave home. Knowing the expected arrival date would be helpful before buying any expensive grandstand tickets. Alternatively, Does Suzuka offer an E-ticket alternative?

    1. Sorry, not sure. But sometimes only 2-4 weeks before the event. If you are going to be travelling, always better to collect your tickets at the circuit – most ticket agencies (including ours, Gootickets) offer this option.

  27. Hi,

    I am planning to attend Suzuka this year for the first time with my parents.
    Which seats do you recommend between: B2 upper, Q2 upper, D or V2?

    1. Hi Jose, I’d personally choose B2 upper or Q2 upper. Enjoy the race and don’t forget on Friday you can sit in all the grandstands!

      1. Any recommendation which side of B2?
        The “single B2 grandstand” at T1. It probably offers a better view along the main straight but is not as high as the second part of B2 and could have some fence interference.
        The 2nd part of B2 seems to be higher and is closer to T2 exit.

        It is all hypothetical with the current travel restrictions – but I tend to select the higher part of B2 at the exit of the “U-Turn 1 & 2” – if it is available when travel restrictions hopefully ease?

        If the travel restrictions do not ease, it is likely that the event gets cancelled?!

        1. Hi Robert, having never sat in this grandstand I can’t really answer your question. I’d say B2 is better due to more elevation. As for entry requirements, hopefully there will be some good news soon. I still think there’s a good chance that international fans will be able to attend the race in October, but right now it’s a waiting game. I do think the race will still go ahead even if travel restrictions are not eased, as it remains popular with Japanese fans too, and F1 will be able to work out some exemption to get personnel into the country.

  28. Hi,

    We are planning on getting general admission tickets for Japan 2020. Is it around may time they are released?

    1. Very good question Ruben. Normally tickets go on sale in April, but obviously this is not a normal situation. I guess that the organizers are waiting for some more clarity on the COVID-19 situation in Japan. Rest assured that we will provide updates on our social media accounts and update this post as soon as we have more information.

    1. Hi Sam, 3-day general admission tickets in Japan are pretty cheap. The last time they were on sale (2019), they only cost around $80 USD. Pretty much all the tickets in Japan are normally for 3 days. I think there may be some 1-day tickets for race day. But of course we need to wait until 2022 tickets go on sale to know how the offer will look next year.

  29. I think best value is West Course Free Admission Ticket, it was 9000JPY in 2019, especially best fit for enthusiastic photographer with long telephoto lens.
    Valid for west course only but you can see “Under/Overpass crossing”, “Degner”,”130R”, and “Spoon Turn”.
    Only remarkable issue is no Big Screen Vailable from Free Admission Area so you can not check the states, time, rating on screen.

    You can enter almost all Grand Stand on Friday, with camera has long telehoto lens.
    However, be careful, iti is prohibited to use long telephoto lens on Saturday & Sunday if you do not have ticket for “Photographers’ Zone” and it is quite expensive, minimum 40000JPY and above, higher than some of grand stands.
    But again, it is allowed at Free Admission Area, so fits the best for photographer.

  30. Hi Andrew,

    Do you have any idea when the tickets will go on sale for this years Japanese GP?

    Cheers in advance!

  31. Hi Andrew,
    I am looking for 2 tickets for the v1 or v2 or A grand stand. I would like seats that overlook the pole position grid and i can see the start, preparation, etc. Could you recommend the best seats or zones out of the mentioned grandstads and the approximate cost? Please advice when and where i can purchase the tickets from ( this site, F1 experience or suzuka track website). Are tourists allowed into Japan for the grandprix? Your help is much appreciated. Thanks a lot

    1. Hello, we don’t yet have information as to when tickets will go on sale for the Japanese Grand Prix – but hopefully it will be very soon! We will be offering tickets in our shop, or you can already purchase a ticket package from F1 Experiences. – you will see that Hero Ticket Packages include a seat in the V2 Upper grandstand, which is covered and has great views of the Main Straight, starting grid and pits. The race is still not for some months, so hopefully there won’t be any restrictions on tourists visiting Japan – but always check relevant government websites for up to date information.

      1. Hi Andrew,
        Thanks a lot for your reply. What is your thought on the A1 or A2 stands. Which one is better and what zone/seats are the best for A1 or A2. Cheers

        1. I would personally choose A2 as I’d want to be closer to Turn 1 to see the overtaking moves, but A1 is closer to the grid/pits if you prefer to see more of that action.

  32. Hi Andrew,

    Where do I check the authorized ticketing partners for the Suzuka GP? How early should I be on the F1 tickets website to be able to order tickets for when they’ll go on sale? And where do I find nearby hotels and transport to the track?


    1. Nicky Haldenby

      Hi Alec,

      I can’t find the authorised ticket partners page for Suzuka, but here’s the list for Singapore which gives a good idea of the reputable sites. Please remember that the F1 tickets website is just a reseller, no different to our ticket partner Grand Prix Tickets, often with more expensive tickets. The tickets will be available via the circuit first and then by ticketing partners. For recent races, our tickets have been available much earlier than on the F1 tickets website. You can sign up to be notified when tickets go on sale with GPT here.

      For hotels and transport, please check out our Japanese Grand Prix Travel Guide – you should find the information under ‘where to stay’ and ‘how to get to Suzuka’

  33. Hi Andrew,

    If I order a ticket package, will I have guaranteed tickets to the Suzuka GP months ahead of time? and are they physical or electronic tickets?

    Kind regards,

    1. Yes, if you order from F1 Experiences for Japan, you are guaranteed to have tickets for the race ahead of time. We don’t know when tickets for the race will go on sale via regular channels. I also cannot confirm right now if the actual tickets will be e-tickets or physical, but with F1 Experiences you will also have additional physical elements like a special lanyard. This will be sent out to you ahead of time, or you may also collect on site.

    1. Sorry, no. We are still waiting for Japan 2022 tickets to go on sale. Normally Japan tickets don’t go on sale till around March, but this year it is delayed – I think the organizers are waiting for more information about Japan opening up to foreign tourists as it’s still officially closed.

  34. Hi :) I’m hoping to attend the Suzuka Grand Prix 2022. I want to know whether it’s possible for me to purchase a ticket only for the race on the 9th of October or whether i’ll have to purchase a ticket package which includes the practice + qualifying races.
    Also, when will the tickets be made available for purchase? And which website(s) would you recommend me to purchase them from? Thank you!

  35. Hi there Andrew
    I am thinking of taking my F1 crazed son to Suzuka this year and have started planning. We will be roughing it a bit so paying the f1 experience prices is a no go. I’ve read many web sites including Suzuka’s. I want to know when tickets go on sale. Some sites say around 6 months in advance. What is your experience / insights of when Japan GP tickets go on sale?

    1. Hi Richard, I’m also hoping to go for the first time this year. It’s been a long wait since the last race in 2019. Normally, Japan tickets go on sale in March. But Japan is still not open to tourists after COVID, and I think that is the reason why we haven’t yet seen tickets available. The circuit has announced a week or so ago that tickets are expected to go on sale soon, fingers crossed. Maybe we need to see an official announcement from the Japanese government about tourism opening before the tickets go on sale.

  36. Hi Andrew, congrats on such a good article. Question, I’m planning to attend with my 13 yr son, you mentioned there are tickets for $27 for that age. How do you buy them? In the F1 official ticket store there are no option for kids tickets or age of guest. Any advice? Thanks!

      1. Hi Andrew, usually before the race when is the ticket going to be on sale for next year in Japan. I am looking to buy reduced price tickets for young fans. Also this is going to be my first race.
        Are there any country that sell reduced price tickets like Japan? Thank you.

        1. I think there’s only a few races like Spain and Belgium that have special reduced tickets for young adults. I don’t know of any such tickets for Japan. I don’t expect tickets for the 2023 Japanese Grand Prix to go on sale before at least March or April 2023.

          For Belgium, here is the link to find out more about the 17-27 area. Tickets cost 195 EUR for the weekend, and there’s also a special campground for young people, as well as a concert stage etc.

          Tickets are not yet on sale for the 2023 Spanish Grand Prix, but they normally sell reduced price tickets for young adults.

  37. Hi, Can anyone give me a rough idea of cost of tickets. Looking at a GA and maybe a B2 grandstand ticket.

    1. GA is pretty cheap from memory, you used to be able to get 3-day Spoon Corner access for around $100 USD. In 2019, grandstand B2 was priced from about $480-580 USD for 3-day tickets, depending on the zone/location in the grandstand.

  38. Suzuka Circuit just announced sale dates (7/18 and 7/24). Will you have tickets on sale around that time too? Would prefer to buy from you through GPT.

  39. Thank you for the update.

    I already booked all the reservation for the trip to Japan except the F1 tickets (but all are free cancellation).

    About the border restriction, I don’t think that the Japanese government will announce their plan before 24 July. On the other hand, I’m afraid that the tickets might be sold out very quickly like in Singapore GP. What do you think?

    1. It’s a tough situation. I was hoping to attend the race too, but already having second thoughts. Even if there is no clarity on the opening of international borders, I do think the race will actually sell out quickly this year – lots of domestic demand from Japanese fans as well, of course.

      1. Tickets went on sale today, July 24th 2022 at 11am JST.
        I checked for interest about 5h after the sale started and most of the grandstands were already sold out.

        There are some single seats available … but nothing really great.

        Maybe they are holding back some capacity for a later stage to see if international travelling will be possible?!

        1. Thanks for the heads up, I guess the domestic demand is very high. I don’t know if Suzuka circuit is holding back capacity, but I do know that major ticket agents like GPT, F1 Tickets, Motorsport Tickets etc should still get an allocation of tickets. I will follow up this week to see if GPT is going to be going on sale

  40. Are there any recommendations with the new restrictions and having to travel with a pre-planned package or tour group? Coming from Australia we’re allowed to enter only with an organised tour group, so are there any tours that would be going through the GP.

    1. I’m really hoping that there is some good news soon regarding unrestricted travel in Japan for foreign visitors. I don’t currently know of any organized tours I can recommend, but will let you know if I found out more.

  41. Hi Andrew, currently travel to Japan for Australians is that it needs to be part of a “guided or organised tour”. Do you know if the F1 Experiences packages falls in that category?

    1. Correct Les – this requirement is for all international visitors, not just Australians. I’m almost 100% sure that an F1 Experiences package does NOT fall into this category, but I’ll check and let you know.

  42. Hi Andrew,

    I am hoping to get 2x GA tickets but the websites aren’t showing them (only V1 V2), do GA tickets become available closer to the date?



    1. Hi Lachlan, not sure which websites you are checking? I was told that Suzuka Circuit went on sale on Friday (July 24) but I can’t see tickets available on their site now, and don’t know any other sales agent already on sale. I hope to find out more about sales with our agent – Grand Prix Tickets (GPT) this week

  43. Hi Andrew,

    Been trying to check the Suzuka Circuit website for tickets, however almost all sections are already sold out. When I tried using the official F1 website to check for tickets, it said that sales have not started yet. Any possibility that the official F1 website would actually open up more tickets? Or would it only be the Suzuka Circuit site that would sell tickets?

    1. Hi Mich, I don’t think F1 Tickets is on sale yet. I just received the pricelist from my ticket company, they do have tickets available but cannot sell them to individual foreign buyers due to the fact that such trips to Japan are not currently allowed. If there is a change in the entry regulations for Japan – which will make individual tourists eligible to enter the country – then our ticket shop will open

      1. Luis Mario Rendon

        Hello Andrew,

        I bought a ticket directly from the Suzuka website this past Sunday the 24th, I currently live in Korea. Today I emailed Japanese embassy in Seoul, and they informed me that up to today there is no individual tourism authorized by the Japanese government. The only option I have in order to assist the GP and not loosing the event or the money for the ticket is by reaching out to a Japanese Travel Agency and let them organize my trip.
        Hopefully before September they will lift COVID measures and authorize individual tourism, even though I really doubt it because of the rise on COVID cases in Japan this last few days. If you know of any travel agency that would actually take care of foreigners traveling to the GP that information would be highly appreciated.

        Btw, you have an amazing blog with complete and detailed information, Ive enjoyed a lot reading your posts.

        Luis Mario

        1. Thanks Luis. Sorry I don’t know of any travel agency organizing tours for the Japanese GP. As you say, we have to hope that Japan will ease restrictions for foreigners traveling to Japan, but right now it’s an unknown.

  44. All F1 fans that wish to go to Japan can give up their hope since Japan is not opening up its border to Foreigners that do not have a tour group to do so. Unless your country travel agent has such an F1 tour to organize an F1 event tour, basically, you cannot visit Japan F1 at all.

  45. Hi Andrew, i have one question, so I bought 3 days ticket for Japanese GP 2022 and will i be able to have pit lane walk on Thursday even if it isn’t exclusive package?

    1. We don’t yet know how the extra activities will look at the Japanese GP this year, but for an idea of what’s happened in recent years you can check our Trackside post. Normally you can participate in such activities with a 3-day ticket.

  46. In the case of Japan not opening for tourists, do you know if it will be sold any tickets through the official website or other websites? I have a study visa in Japan and really hope there will be other ticket opportunities since I did not know that the official website of Suzuka was selling tickets as well.

  47. Hi Andrew, love your blog!
    I’ve purchased a 3-day General Admission ticket and wanna ask your input – is the Spoon Corner alright, or would the West Straight be of more value?

    1. Yes Spoon corner is great, though of course you should wear some comfortable shoes as it’s a lot of walking. And check the weather forecast; plan accordingly if rain is forecast!

  48. Hi Andrew,

    I will be in Nagoya during the race on a business trip and was thinking of checking our the race. I have a business visa and will be allowed to enter the country.

    Will I be able to buy the tickets online for the race even though I am from overseas? And if I can, where do you suggest I buy them from. I am looking for a general admission ticket.

    Also, do you think it would be possible to buy GA tickets during the race weekend on the racetrack, or do they usually sell out before.


  49. Hello Andrew,

    Hope you are doing good!

    I am planning to join this F1 race of Japan. Can you tell me how much it will gonna cost me specially when i am not from Japan and i don’t have visa also. Basically I from India can you give me some idea about it which visa I should apply for.

    1. My understanding is that Japan is not yet open to individual foreign travellers, and that you will not get a visa. But feel free to contact your local Japanese consulate, as they will be able to confirm definitively

  50. Hi Andrew – am lucky enough to be in Japan for the F1 this year (travelling for business), but think I have missed the advanced ticket sales. Is it possible to buy tickets when in Japan, either on the day or in advance, and do you know how much they would be roughly?

  51. Hi Andrew,

    Do you have any insider knowledge as to when tickets for the 2023 Japanese Grand Prix will go on sale?


      1. Hi Andrew, Im seeing other websites already offering tickets.. Is this legit? Ive subscribed to your mailing list so ill buy when available. Thanks

  52. Hello,

    Are sites like stubhub or vivid seats an option for Japanese Grand Prix tickets? I never consider using them for an event overseas, but saw stubhub has GA tickets listed. I’ve read the comments and know tickets are not out yet. Thanks!!

    1. Hi Lauren, absolutely no reason to use these sites yet for the Japanese GP. Tickets are not yet on sale, and won’t be until May. If someone is selling GA tickets now, they don’t actually have them.

  53. Hi Andrew,
    Amazing content. Thanks to your suggestions, I had an amazing grand Prix experience last year at Singapore…
    I’m planning to attend the Japanese grand Prix this year, it would be great if you could share the price list or some information on the price of the tickets for the stands mentioned here. Would be super helpful to plan accordingly.

  54. Hey Andrew,

    Do you know if they sell single day tickets for the Japanese GP? Or only 3 day packages? I was looking only to go on Saturday for the Qual! Thank you!

  55. Hey,

    My wife and I are looking at grandstands for 2023 and are thinking either B or Q however are wondering about the bleacher style seating, does this mean that there are no assigned seat spaces and we might not end up with somewhere to sit on raceday? Or will have to get there hours early to reserve a spot. How does this all work ?

    Also In an effort to not miss out on tickets were considering booking through a service such as Viagogo, I know itll be a bit more expensive but any risks to this you know of?

    Cheers, James

    1. Hi James, bleacher style seats are still reserved and assigned – they just don’t have individual bucket seats. Don’t think about Viagogo unless tickets via official outlets are sold out first. Try direct via Suzuka on May 14, or you can buy via our ticket shop which will be going live on the same day. Viagogo or similar should be a last resort only. Better to buy tickets direct or via an official sales agent, that way you have no doubts on their authenticity and no chance of any issues.

  56. Hi, I have had an alert that Suzuka track will be selling tickets on May 14th. I’m a bit concerned about these selling out but cannot see a time listed anywhere. Do you know when this might be or if they usually release this information? Thank you

  57. Hi Andrew,
    Would just like to know the admission rules for child under age of 2?
    We are planning to drive so is the parking reserved at the same time when purchasing ticket or that is seperate?
    Also the ticket is on sale on May14 and i presume that’s japanese time zone am i correct.
    Thanks for your help :)

    1. Hi Anthony, I don’t recommend in general taking a child under 2 to F1, but that is of course your decision – just don’t forget some mini ear protectors :)
      I don’t have the admission rules for 2023, I guess we have to wait until the tickets go on sale. At most other circuits, and should also be true for Suzuka – you don’t need a ticket for such a young child, provided that they don’t occupy a seat (i.e. they sit on your lap).
      I really don’t know about parking at Suzuka. We always recommend that people take the train, as does the circuit.
      More info is here:

      As you know, tickets on sale is May 14 – yes, it is Japan time and I don’t know exactly, but I would guess in the AM, Japanese time.

      1. Thanks Andrew!
        just one more question, do you know how fast they usually get sold out? say for those too 5 grandstands ones?

  58. Hey Andrew. Thanks for the detailed blog. I’m interested in C grandstand and have two questions – does upper/mid/lower make a significant difference? Last year I can see the difference was about 50 pounds for each section.
    Secondly, do I need to arrive early to get a good spot? Or are they all generally equal.

    1. Hello, if you can afford the higher seats and the higher price, you should pay it. But really, not a huge difference. If you have a reserved seat, no need to arrive early – your seat is reserved for you. Japan used to have “Free Friday,” which means you can sit in almost any grandstand on this day, but not sure if it applies for 2023.

  59. Hi Andrew, I see from the Suzuka Circuit Official website that “*same day Seat selection for reserved seat tickets is possible from 15:00. (Seating will be assigned automatically until 14:59)”.

    Does this mean that seats are auto-assigned and you cannot change the seat if you purchase before 15:00 JP time? Or you can re-assign seats after 15:00 even if you purchased prior to that? I’m asking as I’m afraid of being assigned to lower seats with views blocked by fences as opposed to upper seats (e.g. in B2 or D sections).

    I suppose seats will be limited after 15:00 so it is not wise to wait but simply auto-assign and let it be?

    Appreciate your advice!

    1. Found on another forum (Japanese timezone):
      May 14 (Sun)

      10:00- Formula 1 Paddock Club™, VIP Suite Premium

      11:00 – V1, V2, advance parking ticket

      13:00- A1, A2, Q1, Q2, R, B1, B2, C (cheering seat), D, E, G, H, I, O, S seat family seat, Each outlet, super outlet seat, photographer area ticket, R-BOX, GRAN VIEW seat, wheelchair ticket, advance parking ticket

      ※You can choose a reserved seat ticket from 15:00 on the same day. ( Seating will be automatically arranged until 14:59)

      A credit card that can be used is required to purchase at MOBILITY STATION. The credit cards accepted are MUFG card (UFJ card), VISA, MASTER, and JCB.

  60. Hello,

    I’m hoping to go to Japan GP this year but not 100% sure I can make it yet. I’ve seen tickets go on sale soon, is it possible to return/resell ticket back to the circuit if I’m unable to make it?


    1. Hi Eimar, I have a feeling that the tickets for Japan will sell very quickly this year. Don’t forget that if you miss out via Suzuka Circuit, we will also have tickets available – the link for Japan should be available on May 14. I don’t think it will be possible to sell back your tickets to the circuit (some circuits do offer a resale platform, but not Japan as far as I’m aware) – but I wouldn’t worry. If the tickets do sell out quickly like I expect, then you have lots of international platforms like Stubhub etc, where you can resell your tickets.

  61. Hello,
    Based on the previous comments and the Japanese website (Mobility Station), it says tickets are collected at the race track. Are there any alternatives to have it shipped beforehand? Has there been long queues in the past to collect the tickets?

  62. Hi Andrew,

    would it be best to purchase my f1 japan tickets from Mobility station site or from official f1 site if I am purchasing internationally?

    I am hoping to get V1 tickets

      1. Hi Andrew – great blog! I attempted to get tickets directly from the circuit this morning, but got tripped up by the registration of details, looked to only be open to those residing in Japan (I’m in Australia). Not sure if I was missing something. In any case, I’ll look to to purchase from your ticket shop instead. Cheers, Kodie

      2. Hi Andrew – first, thanks for taking the time to get back to so many people with questions about attending F1 events! I’m a bit confused navigating the mobility webpages for buying tickets, but noticed the hyperlink you said about selling tickets directly for tomorrow via your ticket shop. That said, I’m already seeing ones listed as sold out ahead of tomorrow.. Did purchases become available sooner? I subscribe to emails from your team and didn’t receive anything, but really wanted to purchase tickets in the B2 or B1 seats. Thanks for the help and info!

        – JB

  63. Hi Andrew,

    Looking at the tickets from your supplier, it says tickets are shipped 2 weeks before the event. Do you know how long will it take for these to arrive to New Zealand or is it possible to get e-tickets to email.

    Im just worried about the tickets not arriving here before my flight to Japan. Thanks

    1. Japan issues physical tickets. It’s not possible to get digital tickets. If you are worried about not getting them before leaving to Japan, you can speak to our supplier and ask to collect at their ticket office on site.

  64. Andrew,

    Are tickets for Suzuka delivered via email? My Singapore tickets were last year and that’s the best way for me to get them.

      1. Hello i bought tickets through yourselves yesterday for suzuka, i leave the 19th september and the race weekend starts the 22nd september, will my tickets arrive in time? Also it never asked for a shipping address only a billing addres, i assume its sent to the billing, cheers

        1. Yes, you should be fine. Depends when the circuit sends the tickets to our supplier, but they’d aim to get them sent to you around 4 weeks before the race. Yes, they will assume shipping address = billing address, unless you contact them and provide a different one

  65. The ticketing has been an absolute disaster. I’ve booked my 40th birthday Japan trip with my partner around the F1. Made sure I knew exactly what tickets I wanted, waited patiently in the queue behind 43000 other people and put my tickets in the cart…only to not be able to buy them because I don’t have a Japanese address. Nowhere did it say it was for local residents only, and the “official” ticketing website has not even gone live yet. I can see on the map there’s about 8 single tickets left in the grandstand I want and the dream of the Japanese GP trip is slipping away…

    I cannot believe they didn’t release some to international fans earlier, they claim the queuing system and lottery on the Suzuka website is to make it “fair”. Well, I’m not even sure I’ll be watching it on TV this year because I’ll still be furious.

    And no, I won’t be paying inflated prices on reseller websites.

    1. I’m sorry for this, but Japan has always been hard to buy tickets direct. Have you reserved a hotel yet in Japan? Most buyers have been putting their hotel address for the local one, then reaching out to the hotel to inform them.
      As for your last point, we rely on these ticket sales to produce our free guides. When you buy via our ticket shop – prices are not that inflated – you support the work that we do on this website. But that’s your decision to miss out because you don’t want to pay a little bit more for tickets with proper support and follow up.

  66. Andrew,

    Firstly thank you for all the content and helpful info outlined above; found it invaluable and much appreciated as I was researching my first trip to Suzuka, forming part of my 3 week trip to Japan in September.

    To Luke’s point above, I found the ticketing website cumbersome at best and infuriating at worst; between the random queuing system, and then conflicting guidelines – where it’s stated that tickets are to be collected at the track, only for it to look for a Japanese address for them to couriered to!? Maybe it was my sleep deprived state early Sunday morning, but stress levels were rising.

    In the end, I took the safest option, and purchased my ticket from your supplier Andrew. So far so good, as I received my invoice yesterday.

    2 follow questions if you can provide some clarification.

    When will I find out exactly where my ticket is for? As in where in the particular grandstand.

    And in terms of delivery, think I saw it stated that tickets won’t be sent until 4 weeks before the event? I travelling around Japan for 3 weeks, starting September 2nd, culminating in spending my last few days at the GP. When will I find out the tickets are due to be sent out, or is it possible to collect them at the Suzuka itself?



    1. The tickets will be sent to GPT, our supplier, probably around 1-2 months before the event. They will then be sent out to you, at which point you will know your exact seats/section. If you haven’t heard anything about 6-8 weeks before the race weekend, I’d suggest sending them an email ([email protected]) and explaining how you will be travelling, and asking about delivery. If there’s any doubt about receiving before you leave, please ask GPT to be able to collect them from their ticket office at or near the circuit.

  67. Hi,

    I am looking for Suzuka F1 parking ticket, would it be possible to buy any reseller?


    1. I checked and I see the circuit is sold out of parking for the Japanese Grand Prix. I can ask if our ticket supplier can get these tickets, but I’m not sure they can

  68. Hello, are the Grandstand G tickets with a reserved seats? Can’t find proper information about this grandstand anywhere.

  69. Historically, have F1 Japan tickets been just a simple printed paper? Or do they have special lanyard on a plastic card pass?

    1. No. All tickets are for three days only. However, if you buy the cheapest 3-day ticket (West Open Area) for about $100 USD, then you can actually sit in an grandstand on Friday (with the exception of the Main Grandstand, V2 Upper)

  70. I have 2 kids 3-6 years of age. If i want to buy tickets for them do i do so online or at the circuit itself?

    1. You should buy them online via the Suzuka circuit website. On sale date for 2024 is set to be on December 10. We will also have tickets via our supplier, but this year they didn’t have childrens’ tickets.

      1. Thank you for your reply. Should I be urgently camping at their website on Dec 10 or there is usually ample supply for both adult and children general admission tickets?

        1. You will be fine. There was very high demand this year, especially for popular grandstands, but that was because foreigners hadn’t been able to attend the race for for years. And now the next race is only six months after. Don’t forget that when buying via the Suzuka website you will need to have a local address for delivery, as tickets are physical. This could be your hotel if you have already booked one. And we will also have tickets from our supplier (can request children’s tickets as well)

  71. Looks like from 2024 they will use e-tickets from a Japan only site MobilityStation. Foreign fans are directed to the official F1 ticket shop. I hope the prices aren’t too crazy when buying through the F1 website as they are usually more expensive.

    1. That’s correct. Instead of buying via F1 Tickets, we hope you will consider our supplier. We sold lots of tickets for the race this year and everyone was happy! Our prices will also be cheaper than F1 tickets. Link to our shop – this is where you will be able to buy Japan 2024 tickets from December 10.

  72. Hi, have you any idea if people outside of Japan can buy tickets during the sale on December 10? When I go to mobility station it says it’s only available to residents of Japan and can only access the website if you’re in Japan. The English website doesn’t even give the option to buy, everything I’m doing is through the Japanese websites and using google translate. Thanks for all your help, such a useful website!!

    1. The communications seem to indicate that sales via the circuit (Mobility Land) are only for Japanese residents. It was the same in 2023, but foreigners were able to buy tickets if they provided a local address, e.g. hotel. Tickets are digital this year rather than physical. If you want an alternative, we sold a lot of tickets this year via our supplier, Grand Prix Tickets, and we will be selling again in 2024.

      1. Hi Andrew – love your circuit information and tips. I have been to most circuits around the world but not Suzuka – so want to put that right in 2024. However, this ticket system is a bit of a rort is it not? The circuit directs foreigners to and the tickets there are almost twice the price of the circuit price. To register for mobility land access, you need to input your name in English and Japanese – via a VPN as it won’t let you access from overseas – and I doubt with non-Japanese mobile number. I live in Australia, and it would be cheaper to fly to Japan to buy the ticket than pay the price (zero emissions 2030). I have bought tickets from circuits direct including Sepang, Singapore, Monza, Hungary, Melbourne etc – but this is hard!

    2. I’m the same Hazel – ‘foreginers directed to to pay double the price of the circuit face value – its a rort!

  73. Hi Andrew – tickets are so much more expensive than those offered by Mobility station in Japan. It’s unfair that in Japan its one price and outside its another.

      1. Thanks Andrew – I’ve gone on with a VPN, but downloading a Japanese keyboard to be able to enter your name in ‘Kana” is a step too far just to register – and who knows what chaos will occur on 10 December with non-Japanese phone number, and credit card. I have Japanese friends but can’t put them through the stress of the waiting room lottery having endured it myself for Melbourne and Singapore tickets. I’ll use your distributer, but they are only slightly less than Formula1 and AUD400 more than Mobilitystation.

  74. If i buy a General Admission ticket for Japan, I have access to West section. How early should i get in to have a good spot esp for race day?

    1. Friday you can go where you like, as all grandstands are open on this day (apart from V2, the Main Grandstand). Saturday will be busier, and Sunday busier again. You should aim to get there as early as you can on race day. Gates normally open at 8am, so I’d aim to be at the gate and ready to enter at this time if you can.

      1. hi Andrew, do you know maybe if any of the GP Square Official Stage event ( example. Saturdays Eve festival ) or Thursday straight walk are included in general admision ticket.
        Kind regards

        1. Hi Marcin, I believe almost all fan activities are open to all ticket holders, including GA. The only event that is restricted is on Saturday night, when anyone in the V1/V2 grandstands can go there and watch driver interviews, but everyone else needs to buy a ticket. But you should still be able to do the pit lane walk after this on Saturday night. It’s all covered in our Trackside post. Pozdrawiam!

    1. It’s not meant for non-residents. I attended the 2023 Japan Grand Prix for four days and I didn’t see any foreigner with the Photographer bibs, hehe. You’d probably have to get a Japanese friend to buy it for you.

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