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Japanese Grand Prix: Super Typhoon Hagibis poses great risk to race weekend with 160mph winds forecast

The Japanese Grand Prix weekend is facing serious disruption, with Saturday’s qualifying session the most likely to be under threat from Super Typhoon Hagibis. This weekend’s Formula One event and the Rugby World Cup both look certain to be affected by Hagibis, which has formed in the Western Pacific Ocean and is expected to bring wings of up to 160mph to Japan. It is the 21st typhoon of the season and is forecast to be the most violent one in 60 years, following just a month after Typhoon Faxai battered the Tokyo area and left three people dead and nearly 1,000,000 households destroyed.

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