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The 6 Hours Of Fuji Had The Most Bizarre Race Ending Of The Year

There have been plenty of examples of races ending under a safety car, red flag, or in a crash. Yet somehow the World Endurance Championship’s 6 Hours of Fuji out-weirded them all. Drivers scrambled back to their cars to race for the final 10 minutes only to have the restart called off with everyone about to leave.


There’s just something magical about endurance racing at dusk, with all the headlights flickering in the distance and reflecting off barriers and other surfaces. Here’s the No. 6 Toyota TS050 claiming the team’s first win since November 2014 at this weekend’s 6 Hours of Fuji.

Here’s hoping that your weekend goes as well as this race marshal’s day went at the FIA World Endurance Championship’s event in Japan, complete with funky music as your soundtrack. When in doubt, dance it out, friends.

Team Punts Competitor Out Of The Way To Take World Endurance Championship Lead

Before today’s 6 Hours of Fuji, KCMG sat in the lead of the LMP2 class of the World Endurance Championship, ahead of G-Drive’s number 26 car. KCMG was on target for a podium finish at Fuji, but a punt from G-Drive’s number 28 car prevented KCMG from finishing, giving number 26 the championship lead.

What Does It Look Like To Go To Plaid Around Fuji Speedway?

Tonight, thanks to the Bathurst 1000, the World Endurance Championship’s 6 Hours of Fuji and shortly afterwards, the Formula One Russian Grand Prix, you can watch racing all night long. What’s it like to run in the fastest car from qualifying at Fuji, you ask? Ride along with the #17 Porsche 919 and find out.