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Thursday, October 11, 2018

Are you ready to be entertained at the 6 Hours of Fuji?

The WEC paddock, its competitors and Fuji Speedway are all getting ready to put on a fantastic week of great entertainment for the loyal and passionate Japanese fans who make the annual pilgrimage to the circuit for the 6 Hours of Fuji.
As well as 34 cars, mega stars on the driver roster including two F1 World Champions and no fewer than six Japanese drivers who will be providing plenty of excitement on track, there is also a Fan Area on the outside of the track behind the main grandstand which will be open all day on Saturday (13 October) and Sunday (14 October).

Top online racers head to Fuji for Le Mans Esports event

The 10 best online racers will be joined by two on-site competitors in a battle for a share of $10,000 prize money as the Le Mans Esports Series Fuji round reaches its thrilling climax.
For the past two weeks, competitors from around the world have been setting blistering qualifying times around the Suzuka circuit on Forza Motorsport 7 in an attempt to make it into the top 10 in their region and secure a place in the LMES Super Final at Le Mans next June. But for Asia Pacific racers, the race to compete for a Super Final spot is still open.


6 Hours of Fuji: Don’t miss a minute on your screens!

Fuji Speedway is the venue for the fourth round of the FIA World Endurance Championship’s Super Season, the 6 Hours of Fuji on Sunday 14th October, and spectators are guaranteed an exciting, unpredictable and action-packed race from the world’s premier endurance racing championship. 
Many thousands of enthusiastic spectators are due to make the trip to Fuji to see their heroes compete, including the entire driver line up at Toyota Gazoo Racing for whom this is a home track, and also Jenson Button and André Lotterer who both have strong fan followings in Japan. No fewer than six Japanese drivers are among the line up for the Fuji event, so there’s local interest up and down the grid. 
For those unable to be at the racetrack, look no further than the comprehensive WEC TV distribution guide! HERE you can see where the WEC will be broadcast via major broadcasters around the world, ensuring that you don’t miss any of the action, overtaking and competition. 

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