The Japanese Grand Prix will move from its regular late-season slot to a new sprint date in 2024, a local politician has claimed.
The FIA will conduct a “thorough review” after several drivers complained about the presence of recovery vehicles at the side of the track during the Japanese Grand Prix.
More Formula 1 drivers have criticised the decision to send recovery vehicles onto the track during the rain-hit Japanese Grand Prix.
The Japanese Grand Prix has been red-flagged and suspended after just two laps of running as heavy rain fell.
The Japanese Grand Prix will remain at Suzuka until at least the 2024 season after the circuit agreed a new deal with Formula 1.
Formula 1 has cancelled three races as a result of the pandemic. The grands prix at Azerbaijan, Suzuka and Singapore not go ahead this year.
Two of the world’s most celebrated circuits will not appear on the 2019 F1 calendar unless they agree new deals with Formula One Management.