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Typhoon Hagibis threatens to cause F1 qualifying chaos with 140mph winds set to batter Lewis Hamilton and Co at Japanese Grand Prix

Typhoon Hagibis threatens to cause F1 qualifying chaos with 140mph winds set to batter Lewis Hamilton and Co at Japanese Grand Prix

FORMULA ONE bosses are monitoring typhoon Hagibis, which threatens to cancel Saturday’s qualifying for the Japanese Grand Prix. The Japanese Meteorology Agency say the super typhoon will hit Japan on Saturday and Sunday, bringing with it violent winds and heavy rain. Lewis Hamilton is closing in on his sixth Formula 1 world title The worst conditions

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WATCH: Super Typhoon Hagibis is barrelling towards Japan – how will it affect the World Cup and F1?

F1: How will Typhoon Hagibis affect the Japanese Grand Prix and how big is it?

F1: How will Typhoon Hagibis affect the Japanese Grand Prix and how big is it?

JAPAN is bracing itself for Typhoon Hagibis. The powerful storm has been described as ‘violent’ by weather forecasters and could affect this weekend’s Japanese Grand Prix. Jensen Button had to contend with torrential rain at Suzuka in 2004 Reuters How will Typhoon Hagibis affect the Japanese Grand Prix? AS well as the F1, the typhoon is threatening