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Fuji Long Distance Series

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Fuji Long Distance Series
CategorySportscar, touring cars
CountryJapan Japan
Inaugural season1977
Folded1992

The Fuji Long Distance Series (富士ロングディスタンスシリーズ, Fuji rongudisutansu shirīzu) was a Japanese endurance championship which took place mainly at Fuji International Speedway.

The series began in 1977 and until 1984 was an independent championship with three rounds, all held at Fuji.[1] In the first two seasons the series was contested by Group 6 two-seater racing cars, with some touring cars filling the grid. The Group 6 sportscars were soon replaced by Group 5 silhouettes and 1983 saw the introduction of Group C and IMSA GTP sports prototypes cars.[1] In 1985 the three Fuji races were incorporated into All Japan Endurance Championship[2] who already had a Fuji round known as WEC in Japan. As a result, between 1985 and 1990 the Fuji Long Distance Series title was awarded counting the four Fuji rounds from the merged championship.[1]

By 1991 the series was renamed Long Distance Series and counted all races from the All Japan championship,[1] however the series ended after the 1992 season, when the JAF dissolved the All Japan Sports Prototype Championship, ending Group C racing in Japan.[2]

The Fuji Long Distance Series was sanctioned by FISCO Club (currently known as Fuji Motorsports Club) and, as a championship of entrants, the titles were awarded to teams.[1]

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Contents

Champions

Season Winning Team
1977 Japan Katayama Racing
1978 Japan Katayama Racing
1979 Japan Advan Racing Team
1980 Japan Speed Star Wheel Racing Team
1981 Japan Kinomi Racing
1982 Japan Auto Beaurex Motor Sports
1983 Japan Trust Racing Team
1984 Japan Trust Racing Team
1985 Japan Advan Sports Nova
1986 Japan Advan Sports Nova
1987 Japan Advan Alpha Nova
1988 Japan From A Racing
1989 Australia Omron Racing Team
1990 Japan Nissan Motorsports
1991 Japan Nissan Motorsports
1992 LD1: Japan Toyota Team TOM'S
LD2: Japan Nissan Motorsports

See also

References

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