The Suzuka Circuit (officially Suzuka International Racing Course) is an international race course located in Suzuka, Mie Prefecture, Japan. It is one of the few tracks in the world that has a figure 8 layout, with an overpass near turns 9 and 15. It was a place for one of the most recent deaths over racing - in the 43rd lap of the 2014 Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix, a French driver named Jules Bianchi crashed into Turn 14 and died months later because of the aftermath from the accident.

In Real Racing 3, the player can race on its three different variants: East CircuitWest Circuit and Grand Prix Circuit in various events. It was one of the courses included when Real Racing 3 was first released.


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East Circuit

Suzuka east
1.394 mi (2.243 km)

Grand Prix Circuit

Suzuka gp
Suzuka 3D
3.608 mi (5.807 km)

West Circuit

Suzuka west
2.154 mi (3.466 km)


Driving recommandations Suzuka
Driving recommendations (Speed, breaking points, G-forces...)


  • This is the only circuit with an overpass in Real Racing 3.
  • It is home to the Formula 1 Japanese Grand Prix.


Circuits (19)
Autodromo Nazionale MonzaBrands HatchCircuit de CatalunyaCircuit de Spa-Francorchamps
Circuit des 24 HeuresDaytona International SpeedwayDubai AutodromeFormula E Hong Kong Circuit
HockenheimringIndianapolis Motor SpeedwayMazda Raceway Laguna SecaMelbourneMount Panorama
NürburgringPorsche Test TrackRed Bull RingRichmond International RacewaySilverstoneSuzuka Circuit

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