Okayama International Circuit

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Okayama International Circuit is circuit in Japan that is mostly famous being the host of the Pacific Formula One Grand Prix in 1994 and 1995. The circuit has also hosted racing series like Super GT, WTCC and MFJ Superbike.

The track opened in 1990 as a private race track for the wealthy that wanted to drive cars around it. But later held its first race staged by veteran British drivers, Hobbs and Atwood, that later had corners named after them.

The track is 3.703 km (2.300 mi) and has 13 turns.
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