MOTOR SPORT JAPAN 2015 FESTIVAL IN ODAIBA
April 11 (San) – 12 (Sun)
Now in its 9th year, the “Motor Sport Japan 2015 Festival in Odaiba” will once again be held in the easily accessible Odaiba area in central Tokyo.
Operated by the Japan Motor Sport Promotion Organization (NPO), the event will be held over the April 11 (Sat) — 12 (Sun).
The event is managed by an executive committee comprised of executive officers from Japan’s car manufacturers, senior members from the Japan Automobile Manufacturers’ Association (JAMA), the Japan Automobile Federation (JAF) and various domestic motor sport groups.
well-known actor, singer and race team owner, Masahiko Kondo, offers his services each year as event supervisor.
Aimed at further developing Japan’s motor sport culture, this event features a variety of 4-wheeled and 2-wheeled fun with free admission for the whole family.
As with previous years, the festival will be held in a large area that combines the Aomi carpark, Central Park and Center Promenade in Odaiba. Many of Japan’s most famous racing drivers from past and present flock to MSJ to pilot the hottest race machines, race cars as well as the latest models from Japan’s biggest carmakers. Many drivers also appear in talk shows held around the site and will be on hand to sign autographs. This event is a must-see for car and bike fans of all ages.
|Title||MOTOR SPORT JAPAN 2015 Festival in ODAIBA||?|
|Date||April 11 (Sat) – 12 (Sun)|
|Time||09:00 – 17:00|
|Place||Aomi carpark, Central Park, Center Promenade in Odaiba, Tokyo|
|Organiser||Japan Motor Sport Promotion Organization (NPO)|
|Co-hosts||Rinkai-fukutoshin Urban Planning Council|
|Sponsors||City of Tokyo, Japan Automobile Federation (JAF), Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association (JAMA), Japan Automobile Dealers Association, Japan Motor Cycle Sports Association, Japan Society for Automotive Engineers|
|Event Planning/execution||Motor Sport Japan executive committee… Toyota, Nissan, Honda, Subaru, Mazda, Mitsubishi, Suzuki, JAMA, Japan Race Promotion, GT Association, Japan Motor Sport Promotion Council|