Since 1982, with the World Championship sports cars, endurance races are part of the history of the Fuji International Speedway. Located at the foot of the famous Mount Fuji, this very fast track was rebuilt in 2005 and hosted the first WEC endurance test in October 2012, to no less than 40 000 spectators came to witness the victory of Toyota on its land. The Japanese automaker also won the sleeves of 2013 and 2014 .
The Oreca 07 #31 wins the seventh race of the FIA WEC season in very tricky conditions. The #13 car was forced to abandon the race after a contact with another LMP2.
Vaillante REBELLION #13 and #31 will start the 6 Hours of Fuji at the top of the LMP2 starting grid.
After two races in America, both Vaillante REBELLION crews expect to confirm their good dynamics for their arrival in Asia with a first round in Japan.