Sport24.co.za | Japan GP organisers say safety 'top priority' as Typhoon Hagibis looms
Thursday, 10 October 2019 (
4 days ago)
Japanese Grand Prix organisers pledged that the safety of fans and drivers would be their top priority as they monitor a massive typhoon threatening to cause havoc.
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