Fuji Speedway – 10th October 2015, Fuji (Japan)The Fuji Speedway is located at the foot of the Mount Fuji, and is one of the large-scale circuits in Japan. It is a high speed circuit at a length of 4.563 kilometers in length with 16 turns and a long straight of 1,100 metres.
Sepang International Circuit – 8th November 2015 and 24th January 2016, Sepang (Malaysia) Situated 85km from the Kuala Lumpur city centre, it is accessible via modern North-South Expressway, Railway Links and a network of Highways. Being closely situated to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport makes it an ideal place for world-class international events. With a length of 5.543 km, the track features 15 turns and 8 straights with access speeds of more than 300km/h. The track allows ample opportunities for overtaking, to ensure a race full of suspense and thrill.
Safety is the utmost importance, and for that, Sepang International Circuit has a special block dedicated for its Medical Centre. It is situated next to the Pit Building and during major events, this block will be transformed into a fully equipped miniature hospital.
Buriram International Circuit – 10th January 2016, Buriram (Thailand) – is a motorsport race track in Buriram, Thailand, northeast of the country’s capital, Bangkok. The circuit was opened in 2014. This is the first FIA Grade 1 and FIM Grade A circuit in Thailand. Since its opening, it has hosted international championships such as WSBK, WTCC and Super GT. It is also a regular venue for the national Thailand Super Series.