Twin Ring Motegi is a motorsport racing circuit located in the Tochigi prefecture of Japan. It features two tracks, one oval and one road course, designed to challenge the skill of even the most experienced racers.
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Nearest track of a similar category is Fuji International Speedway (174 kilometers away).
Twin Ring Motegi is located in the Motegi region of Tochigi Prefecture, Japan.
The track was built as an amusement park in 1997.
Twin Ring Motegi opened in 1999 and is a 1.549-mile (2.493km) oval track and a 2.98-mile (4.8 km) road course.
Twin Ring Motegi was designed by the Italian architect, Mauro Forghieri.
Twin Ring Motegi has hosted various international motorsport series, including the Super GT and Formula Nippon.
The track has 24 different turns, split into 10 left and 14 right.
Twin Ring Motegi features various features, including a grand stand, five bridges and other buildings.
The circuit is owned by Honda Motor Co., Ltd., and is serviced by bicycle and bus routes.
In November 2004, Twin Ring Motegi hosted the very first MotoGP World Championship race in Japan.
The track is also home to the legendary 24-Hour Endurance Race, which attracts teams from across the world.