Okayama International Circuit (iRacing)

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Okayama International Circuit
Okayama logo.png
Location Mimasaka, Okayama
Country Jp.png Japan
Full Course
2.314 mi
3.724 km
Short Course
1.3 mi
2.09 km


Opened in 1990 as one of the world’s first – and best – “country club” race tracks, Okayama International Circuit was designed largely for the use of wealthy clients looking to exercise their exotic automobiles in the challenging but safe environment of a world class motorsports facility. The circuit (formerly known as TI Circuit Aida) soon staged its first international race featuring veteran British drivers and, later, hosted the Formula One Pacific Grand Prix in 1994 and ’95 as well as subsequent World Touring Car Championship events.

Okayama International Circuit features two configurations, including the 11 turn, 2.301 mile circuit featured in the Pacific Grand Prix and subsequent major national and international events, as well as a seven turn, 1.2 mile track used primarily for schools and club racing events. In deference to the great British racers who christened the circuit in 1992, Okayama’s turns carry names like Hobbs, Moss, Redman and Williams.

Owing to its remote location (some 200 miles southwest of Tokyo between Osaka and Hiroshima), Okayama International Circuit no longer stages major international events. However, its world class facilities and technical layout make it a staple on the schedules of Japan’s top domestic auto and motorcycle racing series.


Race Results

iRacing World Championship Grand Prix Series

Season Pole position Fastest lap Race Winner Broadcast
Driver Team
2011 Fi.png Klaus Kivekäs Fi.png Jesse Nieminen Br.png Hugo Luis My3id Gaming
2012 Fi.png Greger Huttu Nl.png Atze Kerkhof Br.png Hugo Luis My3id Gaming
2014 It.png Enzo Bonito Fi.png Olli Pahkala Fi.png Greger Huttu Team Redline YoutubeButton.png
2015 Fi.png Aleksi Uusi-Jaakkola Fi.png Aleksi Uusi-Jaakkola De.png Martin Krönke Foracer Coanda Simsport YoutubeButton.png
2016 De.png Martin Krönke De.png Martin Krönke Fi.png Greger Huttu Team Redline YoutubeButton.png