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Tokachi International Speedway

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Tokachi International Speedway
The Grand Prix Course layout of the Tokachi International Speedway.
LocationSarabetsu, Hokkaido, Japan
Time zoneJST
Coordinates42°38′N 143°17′E / 42.63°N 143.29°E / 42.63; 143.29
FIA Grade2
Opened1993
Major events24 hours of Tokachi
Grand Prix Course
Length5.092 km (3.164 mi)
Turns18
Race lap record1'39.625[1] (Toranosuke Takagi, PIAA Nakajima Racing - Reynard 96D, 1996, Formula Nippon)
Clubman Course
Length3.4 km (2.113 mi)
Turns10
Junior Course
Length1.9 km (1.056 mi)
Turns6
Websitetokachi.msf.ne.jp

Tokachi International Speedway (十勝インターナショナルスピードウェイ) is a motor racing circuit in Takikubo, Sarabetsu, Hokkaido, Japan.[2]

The circuit has two main configurations, the Grand Prix Course (グランプリコース), 5.091km, and the Clubman Course (クラブマンコース), 3.405km.

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Events

Starting in 1995,[3] there has been a 24-hour N1 class race in July each year. In 2007, a Toyota Supra took the first win for a hybrid vehicle.[4]

In 2004, a regular Japan GT Championship race was held at the Clubman Course. And also a regular Formula Nippon race in 1995 and 1996 were held at the Grand Prix Course. In 2018 the D1 Grand Prix series held a regular race at the circuit.

The track is also used by the Renault Eurocup, and for karting.

References

  1. ^ http://tokachi.msf.ne.jp/course-record.php
  2. ^ "Motor Racing Japan - Tokachi International Speedway". motoracing-japan.com. 1996. Retrieved 2011-06-06.
  3. ^ http://www.caradvice.com.au/61065/lexus-lfa-set-to-tackle-nurburgring-24-hour-race/
  4. ^ http://www.autoblog.com/2007/07/16/hybrid-toyota-supra-wins-tokachi-24-hrs/

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