Everyone pray or do a anti-typhoon dance for the Japanese GP at Suzuka

Mar 2010
Near Austin TX
The race could end up cancelled, and that would just suck big ones.
BBC Sport - Japanese Grand Prix: Organisers wait on Typhoon Phanfone arrival
The storm is approaching the Japanese coast and is expected to lead to heavy rain, but the worst conditions may not come until Monday."Our team are monitoring at all times," said a race spokesman.
"Everyone is trying to make sure the race can go ahead - but it will go ahead only if conditions in and around the circuit are safe."
The race is due to start at 15:00 local time (07:00 BST) and cannot be moved back as dusk falls fairly soon after the scheduled end.
As well as the possible impact on Sunday's race, F1 weather forecasters Ubimet said the storm could affect the packing and departure of equipment for next weekend's inaugural Russian Grand Prix.

Pray like you've never prayed before.