The 2016 Japanese Grand Prix takes place at Suzuka Circuit in Mie Prefecture, central Japan on Sunday.
Practice was perfect today but rain is forecast in the Nagoya area for this long holiday weekend, which is likely to make driving conditions very tricky on the day of the race.
Nico Rosberg leads his fellow Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton by 23 points going in to the race.
The 5.8km Suzuka circuit is a classic figure of 8 track with an overpass and has seen some great races in the past.
The Japanese Grand Prix race takes place over 53 laps covering 191 miles or 307.4km.
Suzuka hosts other motor sport events and the Suzuka Street Car Festival.
Suzuka is in Mie Prefecture not far from Nagoya city by public transport. Take a Kintetsu or JR train from Nagoya Station or Osaka Station.
Shiroko Station has shuttle buses to the track. Alternatively change at Yokkaichi and take an infrequent Ise Tetsudo Line train to Suzuka Circuit Ino. Then a 20 minute walk.
If driving from Nagoya or Tokyo take the Tomei Expressway and exit at the Suzuka IC. From Osaka take the Shin Meishin Expressway and exit at the Kameyama IC.
Tel: 059 378 1111
Tickets 11,000 Yen - 72,000 Yen