Modern technology makes it easy to watch Formula 1 action from the comfort of our living rooms and even smartphones nowadays, but needless to say, the pinnacle of motor racing is still best experienced in person. This begs to ask the question, with 21 stops around the globe during the racing season, which is the best Formula 1 track for motorsport enthusiast to attend? The more I thought about this, the more I realized that not all Formula 1 fans are the same, and that most of them, if not all, look to experience different things when venturing out to a major sporting eventespecially one that costs as much dinero as F1 does. As a result, I broke up enthusiasts into three different categories. First-Timers: This group should ease into their maiden Formula 1 experience.
The Japanese Grand Prix has taken a turn for the rather curious with an intervention from mother nature. Typhoon Hagibis is set to land on the east coast of the main island, Honshu, some time on Saturday.
Predicted as the biggest storm to hit the country since , it's of little surprise that Saturday's qualifying has been moved to Sunday at It's looking pretty tight in terms of timing.
Expect plenty of rain still falling and a swimming pool of a Suzuka circuit should all go ahead. Drivers have to get round the 5. The story of the Formula 1 season itself seems a little secondary this week in comparison to the typhoon and the safety of the Japanese citizens themselves.
Of course, the drivers are looking to stay safe too and remain confident that the FIA and F1 will make the right decisions.
It was only five years ago that Jules Bianchi lost his life after a crash at this same event following Typhoon Phanfone. Should the race continue as expected, then make sure you know how to get your stream on and tune into the Japanese Grand Prix.
Anywhere else and you might want to get yourself a VPN instead. VPNs are also as useful for banking as they are at trying to watch video content or access websites that people in your location are not supposed to do.
They encrypt the data passing between you and the server, so that the information remains private. There are many VPN providers out there, with some more reliable and safe than others.
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