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Event: All Japan Fuji GT RaceDate: 2.5.1998
Track: Fuji International Speedway (Japan), 4.470 kmsOrganiser: unknown

All Japan GT Fuji

Weather:rain, wet
Start time:unknown
Grid:unknown
Distance:unknown
Attendance:47500
Entered:46
Practiced:45
Started:45
Finished:0
Classified:0
Classes:
GT500
GT300
Race notes:
Just as the Pace Car entered its second lap at the start of the 67-lap race, the No.71 and No.910 Porsches crashed on the main straight near the pit lane exit, causing a major accident on the track. The No.27 Ferrari burst into flames, and the red flag was shown to stop the race. After removing the stopped cars from the tracked, the remainder of the field returned to the starting grid for a shortened race of 51 laps. But as the starting procedure carried on, a dense fog bank rolled in over the circuit. The organizer waited for some time for the weather to turn good, but the fog had settled in with no appearance of clearing off. At 17:00, the organizer officially announced the cancellation of the race. Tetsuya Ohta, the Ferrari driver, was burned heavily and moved to the hospital in Gotemba City. Tomohiko Sunako, driver of the No.910 Porsche, fractured his right leg.
Pole Positions:
Overall:64Honda NSX (NA2)Yamanishi / Coronel1:37.961
GT300:71Porsche 911 GT2Hoshino / Jounai1:47.108
Notes of interest:
Top makes by numbers:Nissan (11), Toyota (11), Porsche (9), Honda (4), Ferrari (2), Mazda (2), Lamborghini (2)
Top engines by numbers:Nissan (11), Toyota (11), Porsche (9), Honda (4), Ferrari (2), Mazda (2), Lamborghini (2)
Top car types by numbers:Toyota Supra (7), Nissan Skyline GT-R (6), Porsche 993 GT2 (4), Porsche 993 Carrera (4), Honda NSX (4)
Driver nationalities:J (79), S (2), B (2), GB (2)
Most used colours:white (32%), blue (18%), black (12%), red (12%), yellow (9%)
Engine positions:front-engined (55%), mid-engined (24%), rear-engined (21%)
Average engine size:2910 cc (with regard to 63% turbocharged cars and 4% cars with rotary engine an applicable size is 3788 cc)
Oldest known drivers:Kunimitsu Takahashi (58), Katsunori Iketani (57), Masamitsu Ishihara (57)
Youngest known drivers:Kouji Yamanishi (21), Shingo Tachi (21), Ralph Firman (23)
Female drivers:Junko Mihara

Official Race Programme:

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