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The track of Fuji Japan
16 turns
4.563 kms

Endurance racing has a rich history at Fuji Speedway, dating back to 1982 when a round of the Sportscar World Championship was contested. Located at the foot of the world-famous Mount Fuji, the track was rebuilt in 2005 to a high standard, fast layout. It has hosted a round of the World Endurance Championship every year since 2012, and fans flock in their thousands to see their heroes and cheer Toyota Gazoo Racing to success. The team representing the manufacturing giant has won in 2013, 2014 and 2016.



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The Japanese stars of the show:  Kazuki Nakajima

The Japanese stars of the show:  Kazuki Nakajima

Unassuming and cultured, and supremely talented, Toyota Gazoo Racing’s quiet man is Kazuki Nakajima, a key pillar of its FIA World Endurance Championship racing programme having been part of the Japanese manufacturer’s LMP1 team since its inception.

3 weeks to go to 6 Hours of Fuji

3 weeks to go to 6 Hours of Fuji

Not long to wait now to see the stars of the WEC show who will be at Fuji Speedway for the championship’s popular annual visit to Japan. Visit these pages or the FIAWEC App regularly for updates!

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