Honda admits cloud over October’s Japanese GP

Honda’s F1 boss has admitted a dark cloud hangs over October’s Japanese GP. The world’s top athletes are currently congregating in Tokyo for the postponed 2020 Olympics, but the Japanese government has declared a covid emergency and largely banned spectators. Honda, Red Bull’s departing works engine supplier, owns the Suzuka circuit, and the Japanese carmaker’s F1 chief Masashi Yamamoto admits there are doubts about whether and how the Japanese GP can go ahead. “But what I hope is that the Japanese GP will be clear before that. “I would like to go to Suzuka if possible, but the Olympics will start with no spectators.

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