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Fuji Speedway 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 Co., Fuji Speedway was acquired by Toyota Motor Corporation in 2000. The circuit hosted the Formula One Japanese Grand Prix in 2007 after an absence of nearly 30 years, replacing the Suzuka Circuit owned by Honda. After Fuji Speedway hosted the 2008 race, the Japanese Grand Prix returned to Suzuka for races from 2009 onward. The Super GT Fuji 500 km race is held at the racetrack on Golden Week.
Fuji Speedway includes four different facilities: 1.) Racing course, 2.) Short course, 3.) Multipurpose course, 4.) Gymkhana course.
HOW TO DRIVE ON FUJI SPEEDWAY
Booking out the circuit
It is possible to book out any one of the four Fuji Speedway facilities for one hour, half a day, or full day depending on the course. Please see the table below for pricing:
Become a member
For a more cost-effective way to drive on Fuji Speedway's Racing or Short Course, it is possible to become a member by obtaining the FISCO License.
In order to obtain the FISCO license, you must fill out an application form and go through a 2-hour lecture course available only in Japanese. An optional parade lap around the track in your own car is included so you can get a hands-on first sighting of the track.
The pricing for the FISCO license is as follows:
Once you are a holder of the FISCO License, you are able to join members only track sessions at Fuji Speedway's Racing Course and Short Course. Track sessions are most commonly 30 minutes long, though are available at shorter and longer terminals depending on the day.
The pricing for the NS-4 and S-4 track sessions are as follows:
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