Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix 2021

Formula 1® Japanese Grand Prix 2021

8-10 Oct, 2021

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Your Japanese Grand Prix 2021 experience starts here. Enjoy Japan’s unique culture and love of Formula 1 at the Japanese Grand Prix. Japan is a likely travel bubble destination for the end of 2021 and will offer an exceptional travel opportunity to explore the country including visiting Tokyo, Osaka, Hiroshima, Nagoya and many other destinations while enjoying the Japanese Grand Prix. If you’re interested in a Japanese Grand Prix Package, join the waitlist to get an email alert, access to early-bird specials and a priority access window.

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Join us for a unique Formula 1 experience at the Japanese Grand Prix in 2021.

The Japanese Grand Prix is traditionally one of the last races of the season and for the 2021 calendar it comes between Singapore (3 October) and USA (24 October). With covid-19 causing disruption to much of the 2020 Formula 1 season, the 2021 season will be back, better than ever. If you’re travelling from Australia or New Zealand, Japan is likely to be an available travel destination at the end of 2021 and presents a unique opportunity to explore Japan while enjoying the Formula 1 from Nagoya.

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The action takes place at Suzuka Circuit, a 5.807 km track that is often the battleground to decide the winner of the World Championship. The circuit is located 80 kms south west of Nagoya, which is the best place to stay. The track is best accessed by train each day, which is always an on-time and easy affair. By staying in Nagoya, you will have access to a plethora of fantastic hotel options (we will recommend a few), fantastic dining, historic sites, shopping strips and more. As part of your Japanese Grand Prix experience, we recommend spending Saturday and Sunday at the track and as always, the best views are from a grandstand or a hospitality venue if you’re entertaining. Aside from the racing, Japan is a unique and captivating destination with a rich and enticing history. No doubt your trip will entail visiting Tokyo’s many attractions, heading to Osaka, Hiroshima and Kyoto amongst other favourites. At this time of year, Japan is heading into winter and the stifling heat of summer is over making it ideal travelling and tourist weather. As part of our service, if you’re looking to travel to Japan for the Grand Prix, our Travel Experts will happily put together a complete itinerary for you, including flights, Formula 1 tickets, hospitality, accommodation and more.

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What’s on offer from Events Travel?

  • Event: Japanese Grand Prix tickets, Japanese Grand Prix hospitality and exclusive experiences
  • Flights: All carriers and destinations
  • Accommodation: Extra nights, room upgrades and more
  • Transport: Coaches, private transfers and car hire
  • Sightseeing: Attractions, day trips and organised tours
  • Custom-made Packages: For individuals and groups of all sizes, including corporate groups and incentives
  • Travel Insurance: Domestic and international policies, including a 15% off base policy discount for Australian residents


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Nagoya is the best place to stay for the Japanese Grand Prix. While Suzuka is 80kms away to the south west, there isn’t much accommodation nearby, although some smaller inns and motels can be found. If you choose to stay in Nagoya, it’s a relatively straightforward trip to Suzuka Circuit each day by train and on returning to the city, you’ll enjoy a range of fantastic dining options, atmosphere and things to do. Nagoya is the largest city in the Chubu region of Japan and is home to museums, pachinko parlors (gambling machines), malls and entertainment districts including the Sky-Boat Ferris wheel. Nagoya is a major city and offers something for everyone and is centrally located among many of Japan’s top tourist destinations. Flights operate direct to Nagoya or it’s a 90 minute bullet train (Shinkansen) from Tokyo Station.


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In October in Nagoya, expect daily highs of 23°C and lows of 13°C, it’s a mild climate perfect for travelling and seeing Japan’s wonderful sights.

Enjoy Japan's unique culture and love of F1 at the Japanese Grand Prix in 2021


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