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Japan R2 - Suzuka Circuit, Japan
Suzuka Circuit overview
Suzuka EWC CircuitDesigned as a Honda test track in 1962 by John Hugenholtz, Suzuka is a unique circuit, being one of the very few in the world to have a figure 8 layout. Obviously, due to the danger of an intersecting track, the track doesn't actually intersect with itself; instead, the back straight passes over the front section by means of an overpass. Due to its unique layout, Suzuka is a massive test of rider skill and is easily one of the most difficult racing circuits in the world. Nevertheless, the track is loved by riders and spectators alike for its challenging design and many opportunities for overtaking.
Suzuka Circuit information
Circuit first race 1962 (Designed as a Honda test track)
Track length 5.821km / 3.618miles
Track width 10-14m
Longest straight 0.9km / 0.559miles
Corners 17
Suzuka Circuit contact details
7992 Inao-cho
Suzuka-shi,
Mie Pref. 510-0295
Japan
T: +81-593-78-1111
F: +81-593-78-9181

Email: media@mobilityland.co.jp
Website: www.mobilityland.co.jp/english/suzuka

Location:
From Tokyo take the Tomei Express Way to Nagoya, then take the Higashi Meihen Express Way and exit at Suzuka Interchange. Drive if you have to, but Japanese public transport is excellent and the circuit is accessible by train, bus and taxi services.

Nearest international airports:
Nagoya and Osaka.
EWC Circuits
01. Magny Cours
02. Suzuka
03. Oschersleben
04. Le Mans