OCTOBER 3

Motul Grand Prix of Japan Twin Ring Motegi

Grand Prix of Japan

LENGHT

4.8 km

2.98 miles

Grand Prix of Japan

CURVES

6 left

8 right

Grand Prix of Japan

STRAIGHT LINE

762 m.

2500 ft.

Grand Prix of Japan

WIDTH

15 m.

49.21 ft.

The Twin Ring Motegi is owned by Honda, born in 1997 as a track for private testing of the Japanese company, is located in a mountainous area 160 km from Tokyo and hosts since 1999 the Japanese GP. The circuit, quite tortuous, develops on 4800 m. It boasts a total of 14 curves, 6 left and 8 right, er mostly slow and averagely varied: from the fast 130R (curve 6) to the slow Hairpin Curve (curve 10) that leads to the Downhill Straight, the longest straight of the track -762 meters- that, as the name suggests, is slightly downhill.

The circuit is located in a mountainous area of great beauty, in the district of Kanto. The circuit is modern and consists of two separate tracks: an oval of 2,493 meters, for "American" car racing, and a road course, used by the World Motorcycle Championship, of 4,801 meters in total, also available in two shorter configurations.

It houses the Honda Museum

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