Fuji Dream RaceFuji Dream Race

21. - 24.

November

Special Event

SUPER GT x DTM Dream Race

Motorsports is celebrating a world premiere: After years of strategic and technical preliminary work, the DTM and the Japanese SUPER GT series are holding a joint racing event. In two races over 55 minutes plus one lap - one each on Saturday and Sunday, the cars of the two touring car series compete against each other. For the DTM, a total of seven race cars will participate. In addition to DTM champions René Rast and Mike Rockenfeller, Audi also sends two former SUPER GT champions, the French duo Loïc Duval and Benoît Tréluyer, in the race. Two-time DTM champion Marco Wittmann and the two former Formula One drivers, motorsport legend Alex Zanardi and local hero Kamui Kobayashi will race for BMW.

Highlights Race 2

Dream Race

Dream Race

DTM Events

Supporting series

GT300 Netz Cup Vitz Race
SUPER GT GT300 at Fuji Speedway

GT300

Additional action will be provided by the GT300 class of the Super GT, which will host a Sprint Cup in the supporting programme sponsored by the Japanese online publication auto sport Web.

Fuji Dream Race

Schedule

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Fri, 11/22

12:10 AM – 12:50 AM

GT300

Free Practice 1

1:05 AM – 1:50 AM

DTM/GT500

Free Practice 1

2:20 AM – 2:45 AM

GT300

Free Practice 2

3:50 AM – 4:30 AM

GT300

Free Practice 3

4:45 AM – 5:15 AM

DTM/GT500

Free Practice 2

6:10 AM – 6:40 AM

Vitz Race

Free Practice A

6:50 AM – 7:20 AM

Vitz Race

Free Practice B

10:55 PM – 11:07 PM

Vitz Race

Preliminary Qualifying Group A

11:17 PM – 11:29 PM

Vitz Race

Preliminary Qualifying Group B

11:40 PM – 11:50 PM

GT300

Qualifying Driver A

Sat, 11/23

12:00 AM – 12:10 AM

GT300

Qualifying Driver B

12:25 AM – 12:45 AM

DTM/GT500

Qualifying 1

1:00 AM – 1:55 AM

DTM/GT500 Pit Walk

Pit lane

1:00 AM – 1:20 AM

Autograph Session

Pit lane

1:40 AM – 2:10 AM

Driver talk show

Event square

2:05 AM – 2:20 AM

Vitz Race

Qualifying

2:50 AM – 3:50 AM

GT300

Race 1

5:33 AM – 6:30 AM

DTM/GT500

Race 1

6:40 AM – 6:45 AM

Podium ceremony

Podium

11:00 PM – 11:35 PM

Vitz Race

Race

Sun, 11/24

12:00 AM – 12:20 AM

DTM/GT500

Qualifying 2

12:30 AM – 12:50 AM

Circuit Safari

Track

1:10 AM – 2:05 AM

DTM/GT500 Pit Walk

Pit lane

1:10 AM – 1:30 AM

Autograph Session

Pit lane

1:50 AM – 2:20 AM

Driver talk show

Event square

2:35 AM – 3:35 AM

GT300

Race 2

5:33 AM – 6:30 AM

DTM/GT500

Race 2

6:40 AM – 6:45 AM

Podium ceremony

Podium

Program

Watch live

Watch from

 DTM

DTM Grid

DTM Grid (Livestream Beta)

Watch all DTM sessions live and on demand with multiple camera perspectives for you to choose.

SAT.1

SAT.1

SAT.1 broadcasts DTM live on tv with German commentary.

ran Racing

ran.de

ran.de

Watch the German SAT.1 coverage also in the live stream.

Track sections

DTM Tracks

Track length

4.563

km

Fastest / slowest corner

185 / 65

kph

Topspeed

295

kph

Gear shifts per lap

42

Fuji International Speedway Track Layout

Fuji Speedway

SUPER GT at the Fuji Speedway

Live timing

Keep an eye on the detailed live timing statistics during each session.

Results

Check the official results of each session.

Who is driving?

Take a look at the official entry list and learn who is competing in the SUPER GT x DTM Dream Race.

Arrival

Outside the track

Fuji
Fuji

Fuji

Next to the track

Fuji International Speedway is located in Oyama at the foot of Mount Fuji. The track is considered to be particularly challenging because of the high speeds that are achieved here. The track became well-known thanks to Niki Lauda, who, in the 1976 season finale of the Formula 1 World Championship stepped out of his race car because he found conditions in the rain to be too dangerous. As a result, he missed out on the world championship title by just one point to his rival James Hunt.

Arrival

How to get there?

DTM Fuji Speedway Location
Premium manufacturersAston MartinAudiBMW