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MOTOR CYCLING: MotoGP, Japan Grand Prix - BT Sport 2 0245.
Fears are growing for the 25-year-old Bianchi's fate following an accident in which he hit a rescue crane and suffered a severe head injury during last weekend's Japan Grand Prix.
3) Honda's project to create new experiences through precise reproduction of driving data recorded during the qualifying for the 1989 F1 Japan Grand Prix when Ayrton Senna marked the lap record of Suzuka Circuit at that time.
But Domenicali insisted all was not lost as they prepare for the Japan Grand Prix at Fuji on October 12.
Could you possibly be thinking of the Japan Grand Prix that starts at the eye-watering time of 5.
About 8,000 cyclists in about 450 teams assembled at the Fuji Speedway in Shizuoka Prefecture -- the site of the Japan Grand Prix for the F-1 series last September -- for the ''Super Mama Chari Grand Prix'' on Jan.
The judges were Bruce Marks, who is now head of Orlando Ballet; Gerard Charles, director of BalletMet Columbus; Martin Fredmann, director of the Japan Grand Prix and former director of Colorado Ballet; critic Sid Smith of the Chicago Tribune; and Claire Bataille, founding member of Hubbard Street Dance Chicago.
American Maurice Greene won the 100 metres at the Japan Grand Prix in Osaka in 9.