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One week to go to the 6 Hours of Fuji

Not long to wait now to see the WEC stars at Fuji Speedway for the championship’s popular annual visit to Japan. Nakajima, Kobayashi, Alonso, Button, Lotterer...just some of the many stars from the 34 entries who will be ready to welcome fans from 12-14 October.
Practice and qualifying takes place on 12/13 October, with the 6-hour race itself getting underway on Sunday 14 October. 

Japanese tennis legend to wave off 6 Hours of Fuji

Japanese tennis ace Kimiko Date has been named as Official Starter for the fourth round of the WEC Super Season, the 6 Hours of Fuji.
Retired last year from the WTA Tour due to injury, Ms Date enjoyed top-level success in her tennis career, winning the Japan Open four times and tournaments in the USA, Australia and South Korea, and reaching the semi-finals of the 1994 Australian Open, the 1995 French Open and the 1996 Wimbledon Championships. 
Kimiko Date, who is very familiar with motorsport, will wave off the 34 cars for the 6-hour odyssey in Japan at 11:00 am (local time) on Sunday 14 October.

24 Hours of Le Mans: Final results published

The FIA International Court of Appeal has published its ruling concerning the appeal of G-Drive Racing and TDS Racing against a decision taken at the 2018 24 Hours of Le Mans. 
The official overall classification of the 86th 24 Hours of Le Mans can be found HERE and HERE (CLASS) which confirms Signatech Alpine as the winner of the LMP2 category.

Meet the Japanese stars of the show

There will be no fewer than six Japanese drivers competing in the 6 Hours of Fuji so plenty for local fans to cheer for!  Find out more about them by following the links below.

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