//
archives

Fuji International Speedway

This tag is associated with 93 posts

THE DENSO KOBELCO SARD GR OUT RACES THE SUPER GT FIELD AT FUJI

The Takanokono Hotel FUJI GT 300km RACE, Round 5 of the 2020 AUTOBACS SUPER GT series, was held at the Fuji Speedway (one lap 4,563m×66 laps) in Shizuoka Prefecture on October 4 (Sun). In the GT500 class, the No. 39 DENSO KOBELCO SARD GR Supra (Heikki Kovalainen/Yuichi Nakayama) came from 5th place on the starting … Continue reading

ARTA NSX-GT TAKES ITS SECOND STRAIGHT SUPER GT POLE AT FUJI

The qualifying for the Takanokono Hotel FUJI GT 300km RACE, Round 5 of the 2020 AUTOBACS SUPER GT series, was held at the Fuji Speedway in Shizuoka Prefecture on October 3 (Sat). In the GT500 class, the pole position was taken by Fukuzumi in the No. 8 ARTA NSX-GT (Tomoki Nojiri /Nirei Fukuzumi). In the … Continue reading

FUJI SUPER GT WIN FOR THE KEIHIN NSX-GT

The Takanokono Hotel FUJI GT 300km RACE, Round 2 of the 2020 AUTOBACS SUPER GT series, was held at the Fuji Speedway (one lap 4,563m×66 laps) in Shizuoka Prefecture on August 9 (Sun). In the GT500 class, the No. 17 KEIHIN NSX-GT (Koudai Tsukakoshi/Bertrand Baguette) starting from 2nd position on the front row of the … Continue reading

KEEPER TOM’S GR SUPRA WINS OPENING SUPER GT ROUND

The Takanokono Hotel FUJI GT 300km RACE, round 1 of the 2020 AUTOBACS SUPER GT series was held on the afternoon of July 19 at Fuji Speedway (one lap 4,563m × 66 laps). That rain that had been reared never fell and the opening round of the 2020 season was held under fair skies. In … Continue reading

GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA MAKES FURTHER CHANGES TO 2020 CALENDAR

GT World Challenge Asia Powered by AWS organisers, SRO Motorsports Group, have made further changes to this year’s calendar in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. Sepang, which was due to host round one, now closes out the campaign on December 5/6. It will be the first time that a non-Chinese venue has staged the … Continue reading

SHANGHAI 888 HEADLINES GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA’S REVAMPED 2020 CALENDAR

One of the region’s biggest endurance races, the Shanghai 888, will headline GT World Challenge Asia’s fourth season next year following confirmation of the championship’s 2020 calendar. Updates to the provisional schedule issued in July see Thailand’s round at Buriram reinstated and Shanghai now hosting separate sprint and endurance events. Its second, the season-ending Shanghai … Continue reading

BLANCPAIN GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA PODIUM FINISH FOR NIELSEN AND O’YOUNG AFTER GREAT FIGHT THROUGH THE FIELD

Craft-Bamboo Racing’s Christina Nielsen and Darryl O’Young achieve their second podium of the 2019 Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia after an incredible fight through the field starting from 14th position in Race 2. In the #88 car, Alessio Picariello scored his third straight pole position, but despite setting the fastest lap in Race 2, was … Continue reading

LAST GASP PASS SEES TAN AND RUMP CLAIM AUDI’S FIRST BLANCPAIN GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA VICTORY OF THE SEASON

Audi Sport Asia Team Absolute’s Weiron Tan passed Vutthikorn Inthraphuvasak on the final lap to claim his, Martin Rump’s and Audi’s first Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia victories of the season in this weekend’s second race at Fuji Speedway earlier today. The Malaysian’s late dive down the inside into Turn 1 topped an action packed … Continue reading

TAN AND RUMP CLIMB TO BLANCPAIN GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA SECOND BENEATH MOUNT FUJI

Audi Sport Asia Team Absolute’s Weiron Tan and Martin Rump took an impressive round seven Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia podium in the shadow of Mount Fuji, Japan. Tan’s getaway when the lights went green launched the Audi Sport Asia pair immediately into podium contention despite starting seventh on the grid. A well-managed pit stop … Continue reading

CHOI’S BLANCPAIN GT TITLE AMBITIONS BACK ON TRACK AFTER VICTORY WITH METZGER AND INDIGO AT FUJI

Manuel Metzger and MG Choi claimed theirs and Solite Indigo Racing’s second Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia victories of the season at Fuji Speedway this afternoon despite a slow puncture that threatened to derail the latter’s title hopes. The Korean team’s Mercedes-AMG finished just 0.5s ahead of Audi Sport Asia Team Absolute’s Weiron Tan and … Continue reading

Google Translate

Flickr Photos