Tokyo Superspeedway (Johnsonverse)
Tokyo Superspeedway is a 2.5-mile track located in Tama, Kantō. It was completed on December 1, 2015, and hosts races in the NASCAR Panasonic Cup Series, the NASCAR Busch Series, and the NASCAR Craftsman Truck Series. The track is owned and operated by Johnson Industries through its International Speedway Corporation subsidiary.
In addition to hosting NASCAR races, the track also hosts ARCA and IROC events. It has also been used in various movies and for testing purposes.
Early in the 2014 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series season, Belle Armstrong came up with the idea of having NASCAR cars race in Tokyo after a honeymoon with Tim Johnson, who saw it as the perfect opportunity to add a fourth restrictor-plate track to the schedule (as he has confessed to restrictor-plate racing being his favorite). The track broke ground on April 14, 2014, in a ground-breaking ceremony attended by Jeff Gordon and Tony Stewart.
On December 1, 2015, the track opened. The first test sessions were handled on January 30, 2016, with