iRacing has announced it will further expand its track portfolio with two new racing venues in the form of the Japanese Fuji International Speedway, and a yet to be confirmed oval half-mile dirt track that seems to be Port Royal Speedway.
The Fuji International Speedway is a racing circuit currently owned by the Toyota Motor Corporation. The track is situated on the base of Mount Fuji, in Oyama, Japan. The track was built in the early 1960s and hosted the first Formula One race in Japan in 1976.
Port Royal Speedway is a half-mile dirt racetrack in Port Royal, Juniata County, Pennsylvania in the United States. It was opened on September 10, 1938. Port Royal Speedway hosts a weekly schedule of local Sprint Car, Late Model, and Pro-Stock dirt track racing, and is nicknamed “The Speed Palace”. Several national touring series organizations visit the track during the racing season, including the World of Outlaws Late Model Series and the All Star Circuit of Champions.
At the time of writing, no release schedules were shared.
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