IndyCar: 2008 IndyCar 300 at Japan video

History was made when Danica Patrick crossed the line to win the IndyCar 300 at Motegi, becoming the first woman to win a race in the history of America’s top level open-wheel race series. Patrick benefited from a good strategy, saving fuel to avoid pitting in the last stages of the race, overtaking Helio Castroneves with 2 laps to go. Scott Dixon finished third, in a race contested only by the 2007 IndyCar Series teams, with the other half of the field taking part of the Long Beach Grand Prix, for 2007 ChampCar teams.

Round 3 of the 2008 IndyCar season

Circuit: Twin Ring Motegi

IndyCar: 2009 Indy Japan 300 video

Scott Dixon won in Japan while Ryan Briscoe’s solo incident with the pit road wall allowed the championship to continue to Homestead-Miami Speedway.

Round 16 of the 2009 IndyCar season

Circuit: Twin Ring Motegi

IndyCar: 2010 Indy Japan 300 video

With the penultimate race being held away from the states only 5 cautions and 3 lead changes

Round 16 of the 2010 IndyCar season

Circuit: Twin Ring Motegi

IndyCar: 2011 Indy Japan 300 video

Scott Dixon and Will Power finish 1 and 2

Round 16 of the 2011 IndyCar season

Circuit: Twin Ring Motegi

Japanese Super Formula: 2013 Twin Ring Motegi video

Petronas Team Tom score a 1-2 as Nakajima and Lotterer finish in formation

Round 4 of the 2013 Japanese Super Formula season

Circuit: Twin Ring Motegi

Japanese Super Formula: 2014 Twin Ring Motegi video

de Oliveira narrowly defeats Ishiura and Caldarelli

Round 4 of the 2014 Japanese Super Formula season

Circuit: Twin Ring Motegi

Japanese Super Formula: 2015 Twin Ring Motegi video

Ishiura holds off Nakajima for win

Round 4 of the 2015 Japanese Super Formula season

Circuit: Twin Ring Motegi