The Tsukuba Circuit is located in Shimotsuma, Japan. Which intrestingly enough, is a neighboring city of Tsukuba, Japan. The track is a very famous track for time attack, becuase of its many hairpin and sweepers. The track was opened for racing in 1970 and the track now has weekly racing events.
- The track is 1.29 miles long
- The track has 32 pits
- The track has room for 8500 spectators
- Current real life record holder on the track in time attack is Keiichi Tsuchiya Arta in a NSX 2002 with a time of 51.875 seconds
- The top Forza Motorsport 2 time on the Tsukuba Circuit is 49.899 in a Porsche Cayman
The Tsukuba Circuit has been featured in many famous driving games such as Forza Motorsport 2 and Gran Turismo 4. In Forza 2 the circuit has become a fan favorite track for Lancer Evo and Subaru Impreza 22b STi showdowns, which are cars that have set many real life time attack records at the track.