Situated at the foot hills of Mount Fuji, among the forests and rice patties rich in green, Fuji International Speedway has stood as one of the premiere circuits representing the legacy of Japanese motor racing.
Since its opening in 1966, Fuji International Speedway has hosted numerous international and national races. The greats such as Jim Clark, Jackie Stewart, and Niki Lauda has raced here, bridging the gap between Japan and the world.
With last year's success, we are proud to present to the motoring world, the 2013 FIA World Endurance Championship Round 6 "6 Hours of Fuji", as the excitement of Le Mans visits the circuit once again.
The season has started out with a fierce rivalry between the reigning champion, Audi, and the second year contender to the throne, Toyota.
With a heart gripping battle between the two makes at the historical Le Mans 24 Hour race in last June, the series has taken on a heated visage, a sure hunch that the exciting dual may go on until the very end.
So if you are looking for something different, an unique Asian racing experience, look no more. The world renowned Japanese hospitality and the beautiful natural sights of Fuji, combined with one of the fastest racing in the world, you can’t get it wrong.
2013 FIA World Endurance Championship Round 6 "6 Hours of Fuji"
10/18 [Fri] Practice
10/19 [Sat] Qualifying
10/20 [Sun] Race
Fuji International Speedway Co., Ltd.
Automobile Club of Western France (ACO) / Federation Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA)