Comments on: Trackside at Suzuka – 2019 Japanese Grand Prix https://f1destinations.com/trackside-japanese-grand-prix/ Grand Prix travel guides Mon, 14 Oct 2019 09:03:27 +0000 hourly 1 By: Editor https://f1destinations.com/trackside-japanese-grand-prix/#comment-4089 Sat, 05 Oct 2019 10:25:53 +0000 https://f1destinations.com/?p=9472#comment-4089 Thanks Peter, hope you have a great weekend at Suzuka!

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By: Peter Varley https://f1destinations.com/trackside-japanese-grand-prix/#comment-4088 Sat, 05 Oct 2019 09:33:57 +0000 https://f1destinations.com/?p=9472#comment-4088 Thanks mate. This is great info that I couldn’t find otherwise. I was particularly looking to see if there was FM broadcast of English commentary. Thanks mate. You’ve made my day

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By: Editor https://f1destinations.com/trackside-japanese-grand-prix/#comment-4036 Thu, 12 Sep 2019 15:03:33 +0000 https://f1destinations.com/?p=9472#comment-4036 Thanks James! According to the Rules and Manners document, you are not allowed to bring food and drink into the circuit. I cannot say how closely this is checked on entry. I’d probably take the risk of packing a sandwich and bottle of water!

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By: James https://f1destinations.com/trackside-japanese-grand-prix/#comment-4035 Thu, 12 Sep 2019 14:52:32 +0000 https://f1destinations.com/?p=9472#comment-4035 Hello!

Great page that has offered me lots of help! I will be attending the Japanese Grand Prix this year, I have a West Area ticket and will be alone, so I was hoping to bring my own food in so I don’t have to eave and lose my spot as I will have no one to keep it for me.

Do you know if it is permitted to bring in your own food? Thanks!

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By: Alessio https://f1destinations.com/trackside-japanese-grand-prix/#comment-2917 Tue, 18 Sep 2018 14:46:20 +0000 https://f1destinations.com/?p=9472#comment-2917 Many thanks! Because the article provided information based on the 2017 race, I thought it was a good idea asking. Thank you

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By: Editor https://f1destinations.com/trackside-japanese-grand-prix/#comment-2910 Sun, 16 Sep 2018 05:25:51 +0000 https://f1destinations.com/?p=9472#comment-2910 Hi Alessio, maybe you should read the post again! The information is there: “trackside commentary is being offered in English this year for the first time! Tune in to 87.5 FM on your own device or rent a radio at the track.”

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By: Alessio https://f1destinations.com/trackside-japanese-grand-prix/#comment-2903 Thu, 13 Sep 2018 13:13:30 +0000 https://f1destinations.com/?p=9472#comment-2903 Is there any chance of listening to radio live commentary during the race? Does the circuit offer any services?

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By: Dacia Perino https://f1destinations.com/trackside-japanese-grand-prix/#comment-2884 Fri, 07 Sep 2018 12:31:08 +0000 https://f1destinations.com/?p=9472#comment-2884 hi
I want to offer my husband an F1 experience, but I am undecided between the championship experience and the F1 Paddock Premier club. I would like you to advise me between the two, which would better?
the first is to be in champions club and the second the first day in paddock club and The obter 2 days in stand B2 upper seating. I want to know is which of the two places I see the race better.
my husband is a karting and off-road driver and I would also like to offer him a ride on the track with the ferrari or the Mercedes amg. him to drive. is it possible? How can I do it? Who should I contact?

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By: Editor https://f1destinations.com/trackside-japanese-grand-prix/#comment-1800 Sun, 03 Dec 2017 12:10:53 +0000 https://f1destinations.com/?p=9472#comment-1800 Hi Chan, you will be fine with the F1 Experiences tour. The number of people in each group is quite small, so you will not have any problems seeing everything. The access on these tours is incredible. I wrote a blog for F1 Experiences about our tour in Malaysia this year: http://social.f1experiences.com/inside-the-f1-paddock-with-f1-experiences

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By: Chan https://f1destinations.com/trackside-japanese-grand-prix/#comment-1797 Sat, 02 Dec 2017 10:13:37 +0000 https://f1destinations.com/?p=9472#comment-1797 Hi I’m planning to get the package that includes the pitlane walk/tour around the track/etc but was wondering how hectic it is in pitlane walks? I am a relatively short guy (5’2″ lol) and was worried I might not be able to enjoy the pitlane walk, let alone see the teams/drivers in the garages, as I might easily get devoured by the crowed. Any tips for a short guy like me to enjoy pitlane walks and make the most of my money spent on the package? Thanks!

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