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Fuji Speedway (富士スピードウェイ Fuji Supīdowei) is a motorsport race track standing in the foothills of Mount Fuji, in Oyama, Suntō District, Shizuoka Prefecture, Japan. It was built in the early 1960s. In the 1980s, Fuji Speedway was used for the FIA World Sportscar Championship and national racing. Originally managed by Mitsubishi Estate C. Fuji Speedway was acquired by Toyota Motor Corporation in 2000.

The 1976 Japanese Grand Prix was held after the United States Grand Prix at Watkins Glen. The cars were transported to JFK and loaded on a Boeing 747F for their flight to Japan. The teams and many of the drivers traveled on one of our regular scheduled 747 passenger flights, which was a good opportunity for an enthusiast such as myself to get some good autographs and talk to drivers and team personnel before the flight departed. This time the weather was great and I got to spend the day in the pit and paddock with paddock passes compliments of Bernie and the Brabham team for my wife, daughter and the son of my Japanese colleague. It’s incredible that the entire Brabham team at the time seemed to consist of about ten mechanics. You need twice that many these days just to change a set of tires! The 1977 Japanese Grand Prix was won by James Hunt.

The air over Fuji Speedway is cold and clear. Japan’s highest mountain, the namesake of the speedway, towers impressively in the distance. The nation’s sacred volcano is shrouded in clouds and you have to be patient to catch a glimpse of its snow-covered peak. This morning, almost 42 years later, the racing action at Fuji Speedway is slowly coming to life. A symbiosis of fun, speed and style.

The Japanese Grand Prix (Japanese: 日本グランプリ, translit. Nihon-guranpuri) is a race in the calendar of the FIA Formula One World Championship. Historically, Japan has been one of the last races of the season, and as such the Japanese Grand Prix has been the venue for many title-deciding races, with 13 World Champions being crowned over the 30 World Championship Japanese Grands Prix that have been hosted.

Completed in 1966, The Fuji Speedway at Oyama-cho, Shizuoka Prefecture has hosted numerous national and international racing events, including F1 races. A visitor can sense the ghosts of more than a few famously contested races run here. This is the circuit regarded as the one most responsible for the development of Japan’s modern motorsports. The 4th Clubman’s Race marking the opening of the Fuji Speedway in March 1966. May 3, 1966 The 3rd Japan Grand Prix featured a legendary fight among top racers (being the preeminent race in Japan at the time, this race is given the moniker, grand prix ). October 9, 1966 The Indianapolis International Champions Race, known as the Indy Fuji 200.

tv live stream on YouTube. The R32 won an incredible 29 consecutive races in Japan and was recently voted by fans in the poll on twitter as the greatest Nissan/NISMO racecar of all time.

Fuji Speedway is a race circuit in Shizuoka Prefecture at the foot of Mount Fuji and one of the two venues, which staged the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix in recent years. The other is the Suzuka Circuit south of Nagoya. The first formula one race in Japan took place in 1976 at the Fuji Speedway. From 1987, the Japan Grand Prix was held annually at the Suzuka Circuit until Fuji Speedway played host again twice in 2007 and 2008. The race returned to Suzuka in 2009.

It all takes place at Fuji Speedway, located at the base of the legendary Mt Fuji. It’s hallowed ground for Nissan, which built much of its reputation for motorsports dominance at the very circuit decades ago. Back then, fans would come from all over Japan to see its Skyline GT-R touring cars run the Fuji Grand Champion, or gurachan, series. In 1973, this very Sunny Excellent Coupe won the TS class at the hands of Moto Kitano at the Japan Grand Prix. Nissan owners also get their chance to bring their cars onto Fuji Speedway’s sacred tarmac. We had the chance to drive a Subaru BRZ on Fuji Speedway earlier this year, and the only way to describe it is a bucket list item fulfilled. To drive your own car there must be an extraordinary experience.

The third round of Formula DRIFT Japan was held at Fuji Speedway over the weekend, one of five rounds in the championship. The track itself, which was built in the early 1960’s, is known as the holy ground of Japanese motorsport having hosted the Japanese F1 Grand Prix, FIA World Sportscar Championship, World Endurance Championship and of course rounds of Formula DRIFT Japan

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