|Circuit Type:||Road, Oval|
|Length:||2.493 km(Super speedway), 4.8 km(Road course), 3.400 km(East road course), 1.400 km(West road course)|
Twin Ring Motegi of Motegi is a motorsport race track that was built by Honda to enhance the know-how of the American open-wheel racing by bringing the IndyCar Series to Japan. Some of the major events that are hosted here are MotoGP, Super GT, Super Formula, MFJ Superbike, Super Taikyu, IZOD IndyCar Series (formerly). This is a super speedway oval course in Japan and is used only once throughout the year for hosting motor car racing event. The stadium was officially opened in August 1997 and is being operated by the Mobilityland Corporation Ltd. It is an egg-shaped racing course that is low-banked, having more complex third and fourth turns in comparison with the first and second.