By Yasushi Nozaki / Yomiuri Shimbun Sportswriter This is the type of venture that really gets Aguri Suzuki charged up. The former Formula One driver will lead a team in the inaugural Formula E championship, a new circuit for fully electric race ... The Japan News, 1 month ago
The gap may only be three points, but Hamilton, with seven wins to Rosberg's four this year, is in the ascendency at a crucial point with five races remaining. This is only the second time this season Hamilton finds himself in the lead of the ...BBC, 4 weeks ago
Japanese driver Takuma Sato has become the latest former-Formula 1 driver set to compete in Formula E by signing with Aguri Suzuki, who he drove for between 2006 and 2008. The Verizon IndyCar competitor has been signed in time to compete in the ...Auto123.com, 1 month ago Sato returns to Aguri for Formula E opener Crash.net, 1 month ago
Japanese model Yuri Ebihara and TV personality Masaaki Sakai pose at the award ceremony for the at Tokyo Midtown on Tuesday night. The event was organized by Swiss luxury watch brand TAG Heuer, which has had a strong connection with motor racing for ...Japan Today, 3 weeks ago
Toro Rosso's recent appointment of 16 year-old Max Verstappen for 2015 was the latest affirmation of a growing trend in Formula One: Grand Prix drivers are getting younger, with Verstappen's headline youthfulness the most obvious illustration of the ...Crash.net, 1 month ago
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