There’s a good reason why so many events happen at Fuji Speedway. It’s one of Japan’s biggest and most famous race circuits. Its close proximity to Tokyo helps too; if you’re lucky you can get there in an hour and a half or so. Plus, it provides a beautiful backdrop. So I’m not going to complain when the Ferrari Club…
Bus tours are usually the provenance of aging tourists, eager to move about in one big herd through various tourist landmarks in a city. This one, is not for the faint-of-pacemaker. Take a ride onboard the Circuit Safari bus tour from the Nismo Festival in Japan, which runs right alongside race cars on Fuji Speedway.
Here’s hoping that your weekend goes as well as this race marshal’s day went at the FIA World Endurance Championship’s event in Japan, complete with funky music as your soundtrack. When in doubt, dance it out, friends.
Tonight, thanks to the Bathurst 1000, the World Endurance Championship’s 6 Hours of Fuji and shortly afterwards, the Formula One Russian Grand Prix, you can watch racing all night long. What’s it like to run in the fastest car from qualifying at Fuji, you ask? Ride along with the #17 Porsche 919 and find out.
One of the most awesome series in Japan is set to run Round 4 at Fuji Speedway at 1:40 a.m. EDT with full English commentary provided by Radio Le Mans (does that crew ever sleep?) and the folks at Nismo.tv. Here’s the live stream. Why snooze when you can watch more racing instead?
Each year, Toyota has a special event at its company conference building and at the Shizuoka Prefecture Fuji Speedway to help teach kindergarteners how to behave in a world with cars. This is especially important because starting as elementary school first graders, most will walk to school every day. It has Power…
Yesterday we told you that the highly anticipated Toyota FT-86 concept will be called the GT 86 when it debuts at the Tokyo Motor Show next week. Today we can tell you something else about the GT 86—it looks fantastic on the track.
7Tune.com's Adam Zillin was chilling at Fuji Speedway when two Lexus LF-As arrived for some race-quality testing. This blue example flashed yellow brake calipers, some of the infinite customization Toyota promised for its supercar fans. Check his report here.
Originally developed for architectural photography, tilting and shifting lenses are much more than gadgets for turning cars into toys. Professionals even use them to document the ins and outs of Formula One. Mega-sized gallery below.