Sportsland Sugo

Track Calendar + Track Info

Sportsland Sugo is a motorsport racetrack located in northern Japan, offering varied thrilling turns, dips and rises for a variety of racing disciplines.

Upcoming Events and Sessions

Nothing on the radar. The engines are silent, the tires are cold and the asphalt is getting greener with every passing day.

Past Events

Nothing for now, but you know how things are... time passes, this list is bound to grow. Watch this space.

Sugo: Interesting Facts

Nearest track of a similar category is Twin Ring Motegi (184 kilometers away).

  1. The Sportsland Sugo circuit is located in Miyagi Prefecture, Japan, and is known as the location of Japan’s first permanent racing track.

  2. The circuit was opened in 1973, and is managed by the Sportsland Sugo Company.

  3. The race track is 1,320 meters long and has 14 turns.

  4. It is a popular venue for Japanese Super GT and Super Taikyu racing series.

  5. Many international competitions are held here, including Rally Japan, the FIA WTCC International Touring Carry Challenge, and the All Japan Grand Touring Car Championships.

  6. It also held the race for the Battle of the Nations World Cup, an international racing and rally competition.

  7. In 2010, Sportsland Sugo and the Aichi Prefecture’s Tsumagoi Resort created an artificial ski slope, making the circuit into an all-season destination.

  8. The hill climb at Sportsland Sugo features elevation changes of up to 110 meters.

  9. The circuit’s annual 24-hour race tradition began in 2003.

  10. The circuit is also home to a karting and go-karting facility, two motocross courses and rally stages for car and motorcycle racing.

FIA Grade:  2    Length:  3704 m    Turns:  11

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