Racetrack at Fuji

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DTM: PREMIERE IN JAPAN

A new chapter in the history of motorsport: At Fuji Speedway in Japan, the DTM and the Japanese Super GT will host a joint event with races on November 23 and 24. The event will be the culmination of the cooperation between the DTM umbrella organisation ITR and Super GT promoters GTA. With a total of six manufacturers, including Audi, BMW and Aston Martin from the DTM, as well as Honda, Lexus and Nissan from Super GT, the races at Fuji will be highlights of the 2019 motorsport season.

Audi RS 5 DTM on the racetrack
Musicians on the grid

WHAT’S ON?

Series
DTM and Super GT

When
November 23–24, 2019

Where
Fuji Speedway, Japan

Season
2019

Round
Non-championship round

How to watch

Television listings
Live stream
Lives tream on YouTube

THE SET-UP IS TRICKY AT FUJI. THE SECRET IS TO MAKE SURE THAT YOU GET THE SECTORS TO FLOW, BECAUSE THEY ARE VERY DIFFERENT IN NATURE.

Loïc Duval

FUJI SPEEDWAY

Audi RS 5 DTM on the racetrack

RACE FACTS

The 4.563-kilometre race track at the foot of Mount Fuji is one of the most famous tracks in Japan. The front straight, with a length of 1.475 kilometres, is one of the longest in the world.

The format of the racing in the joint event with Super GT is familiar for the DTM: Two races without driver changes will be held. This is a difference for the Super GT drivers: They normally compete in longer races wherein they do change drivers.

FUJI

Mount Fuji
Loïc Duval writes autographs
Audi fans on the grandstand

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