Aguri Suzuki Biography: Aguri Suzuki is a former racing driver from Japan. He competed in 88 Formula One Grands Prix, finishing third at the 1990 Japanese Grand Prix.
Aguri Suzuki Biography
Aguri Suzuki Biography: Aguri Suzuki was born on 8 September 1960 in Tokyo, Japan. Suzuki began racing karts at the age of 12 in 1972. In 1978, he won the Japanese kart championship, and in 1979, he made his Formula Three (All-Japan F3) debut. He resumed karting and became the Japanese Kart Champion in 1981. In 1983, driving a Hayashi-Toyota, he finished second in the All-Japan F3 series. He then moved on to touring car racing, where he won the Japanese championship in 1986 while driving for the Nissan factory team. The following year, he made his Japanese F2 debut and raced in the Le Mans 24 Hours. He finished second in the Japanese F3000 championship in 1987, winning one race (Suzuka). He won the championship in 1988, driving a March Yamaha and winning three races (Fuji, Nishi-Nippon, and Suzuka).
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|Date Of Birth||8 September 1960|
|Birth Place||Tokyo, Japan|
Aguri Suzuki Net Worth
According to Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider, Aguri Suzuki’s net worth is $5 million.
Aguri Suzuki Career
In 1988, Suzuki competed in European F3000 with Footwork before making his Formula One debut at his home race on October 30 to replace the ill Yannick Dalmas in the Larrousse-Lola. In 1989, Zakspeed, using Yamaha engines, engaged Suzuki, but he failed to qualify for all 16 races. In 1990 and 1991, he drove for Larousse again. He finished sixth three times before placing third at Suzuka, the first podium ever for an Asian driver in Formula One. In addition, he ran the second-fastest circuit.
In 1992 and 1993, he shared the stage at Footwork with Michele Alboreto and then Derek Warwick, but both consistently outperformed him. In 1995, he shared a Ligier with Martin Brundle but scored only one point in his races; Mika Salo criticized him after a collision in Buenos Aires. Due to a neck injury sustained during practice for the 1995 Japanese Grand Prix, he missed the race and promptly announced his retirement.
In F1, Suzuki gained a total of eight championship points. He was the second most successful Japanese F1 driver after Satoru Nakajima at his retirement, but Takuma Sato and Kamui Kobayashi are now ahead of him. Later, Suzuki competed in the All Japan Grand Touring Car Championship and remained involved in developing Japanese drivers. In 2000, he directed the Autobacs Racing Team Aguri, which won the GT300 championship in 2002 and expanded to the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters the following year. In addition, he co-founded Super Aguri Fernandez Racing with Adrian Fernandez, which fields Indy cars.
Honda supported Suzuki’s Super Aguri F1 Formula One team beginning in 2006. Four and a half months after his initial announcement on November 1, 2005, he formed his new team. The FIA rejected the team’s initial entry because they could not obtain financial guarantees by the entry deadline, and their acceptance was officially confirmed on January 26, 2006. On March 12, 2006, the team debuted at the Bahrain Grand Prix. After competing in the first four races of the 2008 season, the team withdrew from Formula One on May 6, 2008, due to financial difficulties.