Shortly before the start of the Formula One Grand Prix, the Japanese Automobile Association issued a statement. He announced that all events in Suzuki scheduled for Saturday would be canceled, with the expected arrival of Typhoon Hagibis at the time.
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As a result, the schedule is changing on Sunday, which is very painful for European viewers. The sixty-minute third free practice will not be replaced on Sunday, with qualifications starting at 3 pm Hungarian time. After about an hour, drivers will not have much time to relax, as the Japanese Grand Prix starts at 7:10 pm Hungarian time.
Organizers reserve the right to change depending on the weather, but Saturday will surely be a day off.
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