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1 minute ago, Tommy said:

Getting up early on a Sunday sucks though. Oh well, still my favourite track, and the Japanese supporters are always amazing, and a little crazy. 

I think I'll pull an all nighter and go to bed after the race xD 

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3 minutes ago, nudge said:

I think I'll pull an all nighter and go to bed after the race xD 

Hmm, but then I'll miss most of Sunday. I like daytime :P Well, I'll wait for the weather reports. If it's going to rain all day, it might be an option :D

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Mercedes are rumoured to bring their final big upgrade to Suzuka. 

RB with a new fuel that is supposed to unlock full performance of the engine. Some rumours about new aero upgrades but nothing substantial at this point.

 

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7 minutes ago, nudge said:

The early weather forecast do not look good at all... Typhoon seems to be forming and should be hitting Japan with all its fury next weekend. 

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Do they ever have weather delays? 

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11 minutes ago, Eco said:

Do they ever have weather delays? 

Yes definitely. All sessions (including the race) can be postponed (and have been in the past) and even canceled if the weather conditions are deemed too dangerous.

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Just now, Eco said:

Do they postpone or just cancel? 

Depends. I remember qualifying being postponed until Sunday morning just before the race. I don't recall any F1 race being postponed or completely canceled before the start but there have been quite a few that have been red-flagged and not resumed.

I think what would happen here if the weather conditions were too dangerous is that they'd all drive a few laps behind the safety car, then red-flag the race and award half points.

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On 06/10/2019 at 09:47, Tommy said:

Ah well, at least I can go straight back to bed on Sunday if there's no race. 

Here are the times for me...nothing too bad at all. 

Japanese Grand Prix

Practice 1 - Thursday, October 11 - 8.55PM - ESPNEWS
Practice 2 - Friday, October 11 - 12.55AM - ESPN2

Practice 3 - Friday, October 11 - 10.55PM - ESPNU
Qualifying - Saturday, October 12 - 1.55AM - ESPN2

Pit-Lane Live - Saturday, October 12 - 11.30PM - ESPN3
On the Grid - Sunday, October 13 - 12.30AM - ESPNEWS
Race - Sunday, October 13 - 1.05AM - ESPN

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