The F1 race in Suzuka is threatened by a super typhoon

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Although carry out racing for the Japanese GP is still a few days away, the first weather simulations suggest that super typhoon Hagibis could hit Suzuka with heavy rain and winds over 150 miles per hour.

A tropical storm called Hagibis has formed over the Pacific and turn into a typhoon on Monday. Weather scientists have already issued a red alert as some models suggest that Hagibis could reach Japan with huge typhoon status over the weekend, potentially jeopardizing the launch of the Formula One race next Sunday.

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– Steffen Dietz (@ sdietzf1) October 6, 2019

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– Steffen Dietz (@ sdietzf1) October 6, 2019

# JapaneseGP Weather update: Storm

# Hagibis is step by step intensifying and is anticipated to impress landfall in Suzuka by leisurely Saturday or Sunday. @ F1 would possibly perchance well have to reschedule the drag if the typhoon continues its planned trajectory. @ MsportXtra # F1 # SuzukaF1 pic.twitter.com/mNBDt6eWLN

– NishantF1 (@ NishantF1) October 6, 2019

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