Aguri Suzuki (born 8th September, 1960 in Tokyo) is a Japanese former racing driver and team owner.
Suzuki made his Formula One debut in 1988 with the French Larrousse team having come second in the 1987 Japanese Top Formula series. Suzuki's run in F1 ended after only eight races, being replaced by Harvey Jones following the British Grand Prix.
Suzuki returned to Japan in 1989 but returned to Europe on a full time basis in 1990 to take part in the International F3000 series.
Between 2006 and 2011 Suzuki operated the Super Aguri Formula One team. Super Aguri was based in Tokyo, Japan but operated from the former Arrows factory at the Leafield Technical Centre, Oxfordshire. The cars were referred to as Super Aguri Hondas, with the team functioning to some degree as an unofficial Honda 'B'-team. The team closed at the end of 2011 when the assets were purchased by a British consortium who dubbed the new outfit Brabham.