Japanese oval midget racing
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The Fuji Grand Champion Series (富士グランドチャンピオンレース) ran from to It was a drivers' championship in Japan and was originally for 2 litre Group B6 cars. The series was started in , and all races were held at the Fuji Speedway . Super Stock · Street Stock · Brasil · Turismo Carretera · Oval racing.
Formula Challenge Japan is an open wheel racing series based in Japan. The first season was in and carried on from the defunct Formula Dream series.
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Description:In its second year of running, it had its first fatalities. At the start of the second race of the second round of the series, two cars were racing for the lead. They collided and Hiroshi Kazato and Seiichi Suzuki crashed into them, causing a fire. The race was immediately abandoned, and the circuit was reconstructed with the hairpin first corner that exists to this day, bypassing the banking. A change in the rules in made it possible for single seat sportscars, similar to the revived Can-Am series, to race in the series. In the second race of Famiyasu Sato was killed in practice.