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Sportsland Sugo

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Sportsland Sugo

Coordinates: 38°08′18.50″N 140°46′41.55″E / 38.1384722°N 140.7782083°E / 38.1384722; 140.7782083

Sportsland SUGO
Location Murata, Shibata District
Miyagi Prefecture Japan
Capacity 50,000
Owner Yamaha Motor Co. Ltd.
Operator Sugo Co., Ltd.
Opened 1975
Major events Super GT
MFJ Superbikes
Super Formula
Super Taikyu
Length 3.737 km (2.323 mi)

Sportsland SUGO (スポーツランドSUGO?) is a motorsports facility located in the town of Murata, Shibata District, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan. It opened in 1975 and is one of the largest motorsports facilities in Japan, with a total area of 2.1 million m². It offers four specialized race courses - a road racing course, a motocross course, a trials course, and a go-kart course.


Annual racing events at the facility include

The facility also used to host a Superbike World Championship round from 1988 until 2003, and a D1 Grand Prix event.


External links

  • Sportsland SUGO Official Website Japanese
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