Here's how to watch, plan and win odds



In a surprise Formula 1 Australian Grand Prix, three-time defending champion Max Verstappen retired from the race due to a rare mechanical problem. For the second time in the last year and a half, someone other than Verstappen won a race: Ferrari's Carlos Sainz Jr. took the win.

After a week's break, we head to Suzuka for the Japanese Grand Prix. The Suzuka Circuit is one of the older races on the calendar and first appeared on the F1 calendar in 1987. It is the only figure eight circuit in F1 and features fast corners, slow hairpins and a section with escarpments. It is one of the most popular races among drivers and has a long history of enthusiastic fans.

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Due to the time difference between the US and Japan, the schedule is a bit unusual for American viewers. Here's what you need to know:

Japanese Grand Prix: How to watch and plan

When: 4th–7th April 2024

Where: Suzuka Circuit, Mia Prefecture, Japan

Cable: ESPN

Streaming: ESPN+, F1TV, Watch on Fubo

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Time schedule:

  • Free training 1: 10:30 p.m. ET, Thursday, April 4
  • Free training 2: 2:00 a.m. ET, Friday, April 5
  • Free training 3: 10:30 p.m. ET, Friday, April 5
  • Qualifying: 2:00 p.m. ET, Saturday, April 6
  • Grand Prix racing: 12:55 a.m. ET, Sunday, April 7

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Odds of winning the Japanese Grand Prix

Odds via BetMGM:

  • Max Verstappen (-400)
  • Charles Leclerc (+800)
  • Carlos Sainz Jr. (+800)
  • Sergio Perez (+1200)
  • Lando Norris (+1400)
  • Oscar Piastri (+2800)
  • George Russell (+4000)
  • Lewis Hamilton (+5000)
  • Fernando Alonso (+6600)
  • Lance Walk (+20000)
  • Yuki Tsunoda (+50000)
  • Nico Hulkenberg (+100000)
  • Kevin Magnussen (+100000)
  • Daniel Ricciardo (+100000)
  • Alexander Albon (+100000)
  • Valtteri Bottas (+100000)
  • Esteban Ocon (+150000)
  • Pierre Gasly (+150000)
  • Guanyu Zhou (+150000)
  • Logan Sargeant (+200000)

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