The Japanese Grand Prix at the Suzuka International Circuit is a hugely popular race amongst F1 fans. Whether it’s the ‘S Curves’ of sector one that get wider turn by turn, the long Spoon Curve or the legendary quick 130R, it’s a real racer’s track. And it’s been the scene of some incredible races. Kimi Raikkonen entertained the fans in 2005: after starting 17th on the grid, he took the lead on the very final lap to win the race. While racing at this track is a spectacle in itself, the fans add to the atmosphere, with most yearning for a glimpse of their racing heroes. This race epitomises Formula 1’s global reach, and an opportunity to experience a new culture while enjoying the action.