Oct 092013
 

A look ahead to this weekends Japanese Grand Prix by Sky Sports F1 expert Tony Jardine.

The 2013 Japanese GP in a nutshell

Track: Suzuka International Racing Course. Permanent circuit.

Race start time: 7am UK time Sunday (3pm local).

Laps: 53.

Track length: 5.807 km.

Tyre allocation: Medium (white) and hard (orange).

DRS Zones: One – on the pit straight.

Driver steward: TBA.

Lap record: Kimi Raikkonen – 1:31.540 – (McLaren; 2005).

2012 pole: Sebastian Vettel – 1:30.839 (Red Bull).

Sky Sports F1’s schedule

Thursday 3rd October

7am – Drivers’ Press Conference – Live!

5pm – Gear Up For Japan.

8pm – Classic F1 – 2005 Japanese GP.

10pm – Classic F1 – 2007 Japanese GP.

Friday 4th October

12am – 2012 Japanese GP highlights.

1:45am – Japanese GP Practice One – Live!

5:45am – Japanese GP Practice Two – Live!

8am – Team Principals’ Press Conference – Live!

10am – The F1 Show – Live!

11am – Japanese GP Practice One replay.

1:05pm – Japanese GP Practice Two – replay.

4pm – The F1 Show – replay.

6pm – Classic F1 – 1989 Japanese GP.

8pm – The F1 Show replay

9pm – Japanese GP Practice One replay.

11:05pm – Japanese GP Practice Two – replay.

Saturday 5th October

2:45am – Japanese GP Practice Three – Live!

5am – Japanese GP Qualifying – Live!

8am – Classic F1 – 1994 Japanese GP.

11am – Japanese GP Qualifying replay.

1:45pm – Ted’s Qualifying Notebook.

2pm – Classic F1 – 2000 Japanese GP

4pm – Japanese GP Qualifying replay.

7pm – Classic F1 – 2005 Japanese GP.

9pm – Japanese GP Qualifying replay.

Sunday 6th October

5:30am – The 2013 Japanese GP – Live!

10.15am – F1 Legends.

11:30am – The 2013 Japanese GP replay.

6pm – 2013 Japanese GP highlights.

7pm – Ted’s Race Notebook.

7:15pm – Classic F1 – Japanese GP 2007.

9:15pm – 2013 Japanese GP highlights.

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