On any one day at Fuji Speedway, you can watch cars or bikes on the main circuit, drifting on the Drift Course or time attack on the Short Course, and gymkhana (a similar sport to motorkhana and autocross) on the dedicated tarmac gymkhana course. Since it only costs ¥1000 to get in the front gate (or ¥900 if you have a Japan Automobile Federation membership card), people out on a pleasant drive through the scenic roads that lie in the shadow of Mount Fuji will often stop in for an hour or two and see what’s on.
Old mate here seemed a bit more interested in keeping his Mini Cooper looking shiny though.
Tags: Fuji Speedway, Mini Cooper
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