Typhoon Hagibis: Rugby World Cup and F1 could be affected

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The organisers of the Rugby World Cup and Formula 1 supervisors are monitoring a typhoon forming to the south of Japan which could bring torrential rain and winds throughout the weekend.
Japans Meteorological Agency (JMA) says Typhoon Hagibis is predicted to achieve the highest degree of allabusive.
The JMA added:It might be the strongest to hit Japan this season.
World Rugby states its heading into anorth-westerly management and may deliver disruption to southern Japan.
The typhoon is predicted to hit the southern island of Kyushu.
There are two fixtures on the island on the weekend – a possibly key match for Ireland against Samoa on Saturday in Fukuoka, whereas Wales face Uruguay in Kumamoto on Sunday.
World Rugby insists it has astrong contingency plan in place should the adverse weather influence tournament fixtures.
As scoreless draws, however, any games are registered.
Ireland need a bonus-point victory against Samoa to ensure their passage through the quarter-finals.
Irelands defence coach Andy Farrell said World Rugby is asenthusiastic as we are to find this match played, including:The weather prediction changes all of the time anyway, so we will not probably know until 48 hours away of the match.
The boys have not even talked about it we only go from day to day, get on with our preparations.
Wales could have already sealed their place at the quarter-finals until they confront Uruguay with success over Fiji on Wednesday, also head coach Warren Gatland says that he does not want towaste any adverse energy on something that I cant change.
We have had any updates before from World Rugby about possible weather things, and we will deal with that as it comes, Gatland told BBC Sport.
We will not be thinking about that, well only be focusing on the match.
Meanwhile, motorsports governing body.
In 2014 poor weather affected the race, and was halted when Jules Bianchi dropped suffering severe head injuries which resulted in his death nine months.
BBC weather presenter Ian Fergusson
Super Typhoon Hagibis is appearing place to approach Japan. Although the specific track is uncertain on reaching Japan, and some weakening is expected, direct impacts in Suzuka this weekends probability from rain and wind do seem seeing.
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