Japanese GP 2022

Japanese GP 2022


Japanese Grand Prix


Race date 09 October 2022 (TBC)

Our Covid-19 guarantee. Should this event be cancelled due to coronavirus, you will be entitled to a full refund so book with confidence.

Book now with 20% deposit (applicable on checkout screen.)

If you wish to pay by deposit, full payment will be required no later than 12 weeks prior to the event.

Price includes:

5 nights in choice of hotels

Race tickets

Option to add return flights from selected UK airports. (Can select no-flight option.)

Airport and Race transfers are NOT included.


Please note the price is per person based on 2 sharing. Single occupancy rooms available at a supplement.

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5 nights on a room-only basis in your choice from the following hotels:

International Garden, Tokyo

Radisson Narita, Tokyo

Red Roof Kamata/ Haneda, Tokyo


Hotels are subject to availability. In the event of your chosen hotel no longer being available, alternative accommodation of equal or better may be offered in its place.

Prices are per person based on two sharing. Most hotels are able to offer triple rooms for three passengers. Supplements will be applicable for single occupancy.

Please note, as the dates have not yet been confirmed, the following flight details are advisory only. Full details will be confirmed upon release of dates.


06OCT22     GATWICK 14:05 – 22:50 DOHA   /  DOHA    002:10 – 18:35 TOKYO (arriving 07 Oct)

12OCT22     TOKYO 22:30 – 04:00 DOHA   /  DOHA    08:00 – 13:15 GATWICK


06OCT22     MANCHESTER 13:15 – 23:15 ABU DHABI   /  ABU DHABI 01:10 – 16:00 TOKYO (arriving 07 Oct)

12OCT22     TOKYO 21:00- 03:45 ABU DHABI  /   ABU DHABI 07:15 – 11:45 MANCHESTER

Bronze – general entry

Silver – S curves or similar

Gold – Pit lanes / straight

 Japanese Grand Prix
Suzuka Circuit
Suzuka circuit map--2005.svg
Race information
Number of times held 45
First held 1963
Most wins (drivers) Germany Michael Schumacher (6)
Most wins (constructors) United Kingdom McLaren (9)
Circuit length 5.807 km (3.608 mi)
Race length 307.471 km (191.053 mi)
Laps 53
Last race (2019)
Pole position
  • Germany Sebastian Vettel
  • Ferrari
  • 1:27.064
    • 1. Finland V. Bottas
    • Mercedes
    • 1:21:46.755
    • 2. Germany S. Vettel
    • Ferrari
    • +13.343
    • 3. United Kingdom L. Hamilton
    • Mercedes
    • +13.858
Fastest lap
  • United Kingdom L. Hamilton
  • Mercedes
  • 1:30.983


Please be advised that local taxi drivers may not speak English, so we recommend using a taxi service that allows you to book in advance, where available.


Shiroko Station is a large railway station, situated at a 15 minute taxi ride away from the circuit. The Kintetsu Nagoya Line trains from Nagoya stop at Shiroko, and the duration of the journey is approximately 50 minutes. For those travelling from further afield, the Japanese railway network offers trains that run from Tokyo to Nagoya, from Osaka Nanba to Shiroko, and from Kyoto to Yamato-yagi, from where you can change to the Osaka-Shiroko line.

From Shiroko Station, you can also take the Suzuka Circuit bus service, with the journey lasting about 20 minutes.

If you are travelling on the Kintetsu Suzuka Line, please stop at the Hirata-Cho Station, approximately 3.6km from the circuit. From here, you can walk or take a taxi.

Additionally, a smaller train station is located at approximately a 20 minute walk from the circuit. The Suzuka Circuit Ino Station may be a convenient options, if you can change to the Ise Railway service in Tsu or Kawarada.

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