KARASUNO TEAM – THE BEST IN THE WORLD: It’s easy to forget just how hard it is to win the Formula 1 World Championship, but the Karasuno F1 team has done just that with three consecutive podiums.
Last year, they won the inaugural season championship and the title outright, and were the first team to achieve a double.
Their dominance of the season has seen them reach a point where the top teams in F1 are all underperforming their best.
They’re in the middle of a four-year-long rebuild that’s helped them secure a second successive title.
Karasuno has taken on the challenge of the championship from the very start.
The Japanese outfit has a team of around 300 people, all dedicated to the sport, and has a rich history in Formula 1.
The team’s history in F2 began with a championship win in 1983 and the signing of the legendary Roger Penske in 1990.
The man who created the sport in the UK was a Karasuna fan, who watched his team win the championship on the track when he was racing.
He has been an F1 fanatic since his youth, and the team is heavily involved in the F1 community.
But they’ve not just stayed in the sport as fans, they’ve built the team into a world-class F1 outfit.
They’ve got one of the most impressive cars in F4, with a V8 engine that produces a whopping 612 horsepower and 612 lb-ft of torque.
The kart is powered by a single-turbo V8, which can produce over 500bhp.
It can be run up to 60mph in 6.5 seconds and is capable of running at an incredible 180mph.
It’s powered by twin turbochargers that can produce up to 200bhp and the top speed is set to reach 270mph.
The car is built in Japan by Takuma Sato and Takuma Ikeda, the two brothers who built Karasura.
The cars have a unique design that has been designed specifically for the series.
It features a very long wing which sits high above the cockpit, with an elaborate cockpit section and an open cockpit.
The two-seater uses aerodynamic bodywork that’s designed to maximise the performance of the kart.
It is capable in terms of aerodynamic efficiency, with aerodynamic performance rated at 10.4kg/km, which is more than that of the McLaren P1.
There’s also a huge amount of room in the cockpit for spectators, as well as an enormous amount of storage for the car and team equipment.
The interior is designed to be completely customizable, with different parts for different functions.
The Karasuto F1 driver is Shinji Kagawa, who has won a championship in Formula Renault 2.0 with Toyota in 2014.
He’s also raced for F1 teams as a rookie driver, having won the championship with Toyota Junior in 2012.
Kagawa also has a track record in F3 with Williams and McLaren, and he won a race with McLaren junior team in 2016.
In 2017, he became the first Japanese driver to win a grand prix at Formula 1 with McLaren.
It was his third victory in F6 with McLaren Junior, but his most recent victory came in the 2016 season when he won the title.
Another Japanese driver, Shinji Okamoto, is also on the team.
He started his career in Formula 2, and is currently part of the Toyota F1 Junior squad.
Okamoto’s career in F5 started in 2010, when he joined Williams Junior and was a rookie.
In 2014, he joined Sauber Junior team, which he won in the World Endurance Championship with.
He also finished second in the championship in 2014, before retiring at the end of the year.
There are currently five Japanese drivers in Formula 5, with two of them being members of the Sauber F1 junior team.
There have been several changes at the team in the last four years, with the addition of Shinji Nakamoto, the son of former F1 World Champion Takuma Nakamoto.
He joined the team when he wasn’t a rookie, and started in the 2017 season as a driver.
In 2018, he was part of Williams Junior team.
In 2019, he finished third in the title race at Spa-Francorchamps.
He then joined Saubers Junior team in 2020, before returning to Williams in 2021.
He retired in 2021 after completing two years of racing.
A couple of years later, Nakamoto joined Ferrari Junior team for the 2018 season.
He finished fourth in the Championship in 2018, and fourth in 2019.
He won the Championship title in 2020 and returned to the Ferrari Junior squad for the 2019 season, when the team became part of Ferrari Junior Junior F1 squad.
He is currently fourth in F8, having finished fifth in the first half of the 2017/18 season.
His best result so far was a fifth place in the race at the season