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By Andrew Benson
Chief F1 writer at Suzuka
Formula 1 has postponed a decision on whether to cancel Japanese Grand Prix qualifying as a result of Typhoon Hagibis until Friday.
The storm is expected to make landfall on Saturday on the south shore of Honshu island, where Suzuka is situated.
A statement from F1 bosses said:Every effort is being made to minimise disturbance to the F1 program.
However, the safety of lovers, competitors and everybody else in the Suzuka circuit remains the top priority
Governing body that the FIA and F1 said it wasclosely monitoring Typhoon Hagibis and its potential effect on the Japanese Grand Prix.
The storms effects, said to be the biggest of the year, has led to the rescue of two games in the Rugby World Cup.
F1 organisers are waiting to see before deciding whether to cancel qualifying on Saturday, if the storm continues on its current track.
That decision is expected to come before the conclusion of Friday and will be right down to Western regional authorities, whose responsibility it is to choose whether to shut the circuit and also advise people to remain indoors to reduce the risk by the storm to life.
If authorities do not take that act, F1 will almost certainly attempt to conduct Saturdays programme, that includes final clinic at 12:00 local time (02:00 BST) and qualifying at 15:00.
Wind speeds are forecast to be afternoon.
Ferrari motorist Charles Leclerc said:It is very clear if the typhoon is going to come here, there is no way we can push.
Founded in Japan has two before needed to be postponed due to the danger of a typhoon, in 2004 and 2010. In both cases, it was conducted on Sunday morning.
The US Grand Prix in 2015 was affected by a tropical storm. There, Friday practice was cancelled. After the public were advised to not arrive at the track to their security saturday morning clinic went with no spectators, before being postponed until Sunday, and qualifying was subject to a succession of delays.
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