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Williams Racing To Hold First Ever Fan Zone In Japan

Williams Racing is thrilled to announce the arrival of its first-ever Fan Zone in Japan close to the iconic Shibuya Crossing in Tokyo.

As excitement builds for the upcoming Japanese Grand Prix, fans will have the unique opportunity starting from Monday 1 to Sunday 7 April, to immerse themselves in the world of Formula 1 at the Williams Racing Fan Zone. The free-to-enter event offers unmatched access to get closer to the action and be a part of the Williams Racing team.

During the week, fans will have the opportunity to:

  • Meet F1 drivers Alex Albon and Logan Sargeant and Team Principal James Vowles. The full line-up of appearance times during the week and how you can register to meet them will be available at closer to the event.

  • See the Williams Racing FW46 show car up close.

  • Get behind the wheel of a state-of-the-art esports simulator to test your driving skills around the Suzuka Circuit.

  • Learn more about the team’s partners with Komatsu’s digger simulator and MyProtein’s batak challenge.

  • Buy team merchandise, including limited edition collections.

  • Fans who download and register on the Williams Racing app will have access to the latest event information and the chance to win exclusive prizes.

Location: Zero Base, 2-5-8 Dogenzaka, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Dates: Monday 1 April to Sunday 7 April

Opening Hours: Monday-Friday: 12:00pm to 10:00pm

Saturday: 10:00am to 10:00pm

Sunday: 10:00am to 8:00pm

Tokyo marks the second stop of the team’s 2024 Fan Zone World tour which includes a total of nine locations across the F1 season. Since 2022, Williams Racing Fan Zones have offered unparalleled access to supporters, attracting thousands of fans across the globe.

Logan Sargeant, Williams Racing Driver:

“It’s great that we’re able to bring our Fan Zone to Tokyo this year ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix. Tokyo is one of my favourite cities, and I loved experiencing it for the first-time last year."
"I know the fans are super passionate about the sport, so to be able to give them the chance to be a part of the team, even if they can’t make it to the race in Suzuka is special. I can’t wait to see their support at the Fan Zone in Shibuya.”

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