Japanese Grand Prix > 12 Oct 2014
Japan is a land of incredible beauty and diversity. Japan's rich cultural heritage can still be found alongside the modern skyscrapers in the parks, fragrant gardens and temples. For the tourist there is plenty of choice. You can eat sushi at a tatami table or western cuisine as you wish, and English is widely spoken. Join Japanese locals at a sumo wresting bout or in a karaoke bar. There’s plenty to see and do on a 2013 Grand Prix holiday in Japan. Suzuka has some challenging corners and its figure-of-eight layout makes it unique to F1 racing.
In 2012 for his 4th successive time Vettel started the race in pole position, losing Championship rival Alonso by the first lap. He continued to dominate throughout and took first place on the podium with Massa and Kobayahsi by his side respectively.
After your weekend in Nagoya for the 2013 Japanese Grand Prix, why not extend your stay and spend a few days in Tokyo too. From Tokyo you can visit Mount Fuji, shop in Ginza and visit the temples and the Imperial Palace Plaza. If instead you would like a few days on a beach or in Hong Kong perhaps, do let us know. With alternative flights we can tailor-make a Japanese 2013 F1 holiday for you.