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Fuji 1000 km
Fuji 1000 km
League Level Endurance
License Level International A
Series Type Single Race
No. of Races 1
Total Distance 1,001.72 km (622.44 mi)
Tyre Restriction No restrictions
Tyre Wear Yes
Car Type Restriction No restrictions
1st Place Prize 750,000 Cr

"This is a decisive sports car race that is held at the base of the magnificent Mt. Fuji."

Fuji 1000 km is an Endurance race event in Gran Turismo 4. Like the name suggests, the event takes place at Fuji Speedway (90's configuration). The event is replica of the original Fuji 1000km race held during the 1992's World Sports Car Championship, as well as the one-off 1999 race that featured JGTC cars as part of a proposed Asia-Pacific Le Mans Series. The race itself lasts 228 laps.

Winning this race will award the player a Nissan R92CP '92, the winner of the 1992 All Japan Sports Prototype Championship and the 1992 Fuji 1000km.

Fuji Speedway 90s

Prize MoneyEdit

  • 1st: Cr. 750,000
  • 2nd: Cr. 250,000
  • 3rd: Cr. 120,000
  • 4th: Cr. 100,000
  • 5th: Cr. 80,000
  • 6th: Cr. 40,000

Possible OpponentsEdit

This chart lists all possible AI opponents that can appear in this event. The "Lap Interval" column shows how many laps the opponent will stay out on the track before pitting in.

Car Name Power (BHP) Weight (kg) Lap Interval
Nissan R92CP '9293990011-15
Mercedes-Benz Sauber Mercedes C9 '8992789312-16
Nissan R89C '8990890011-16
Pescarolo Sport Pescarolo-Courage - Judd GV5 '0479490019-23
Mazda 787B '9179183015-19
Pescarolo Sport Courage C60 - Peugeot '0378990019-22
Nissan R390 GT1 '98789100014-18
BMW V12 LMR '9978790017-21
Bentley Speed 8 '0378590015-21
Audi R8 Race Car '0178390016-21
Toyota GT-One (TS020) '9976490015-20
Panoz Esperante GTR-1 Race Car '98742115015-18
Chevrolet Corvette C5-R (C5) '00609113917
Dodge Viper GTS-R Team Oreca '00588115023
Jaguar XJR-9 '8891489414-16
Peugeot 905B Evo 1 Bis LM '9279975017
Ford GT40 Race Car '6949399818

Prize CarEdit


TriviaEdit

  • Data files for Gran Turismo 5 indicate that the event was going to return as an event hosted in the modern version of the track, however the event was cut from the game prior to release. The event parameter file associated for the event contains incomplete data for 24 Hours of Le Mans II, another scrapped event based on the GT4 counterpart.[1]

NotesEdit

  1. Gran Turismo 5 on The Cutting Room Floor - Unused Event Races
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