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6 Hours of Fuji

Oyama, Japan
A Toyota Gazoo racing car on track in front of Mount Fuji in the background


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    Explore Japan as Fuji hosts WEC’s penultimate round

    Japan hosts the penultimate round of the 2023 World Endurance Championship with the ever-exciting Six Hours of Fuji. Japanese motorsport fans are renowned as some of the most passionate, eccentric, and energetic on the planet, generating an unforgettable atmosphere at the Fuji Speedway for this race.

    Located in the foothills of Japan’s largest peak Mount Fuji, the stunning venue features one of the longest straights in motorsport. Between the final and first corners of the 16-turn track, the cars speed power along the 1.5km straight, building huge amounts of speed. In previous WEC races, this has allowed LMP1 cars clock lap times just 6 seconds slower than the Formula 1 lap record.

    There are two grandstands for fans at the Fuji Speedway. Along the pit straight opposite the paddock, 22,288 fans can pack into the main grandstand to soak up the atmosphere before the race. Further along the straight, the newly build stand at Turn 1 hosts a further 2,200 spectators.

    Tourists looking to explore Japan when attending the race will be spoilt for choice. While the track is shadowed by one of Japan’s most iconic areas of natural beauty, high-speed trains open up the ability to travel to Yokohama in two hours, and Tokyo in just under three.