Conway set for TOYOTA GAZOO Racing's home race at Fuji



  • Round five of the 2022 FIA World Endurance Championship sees Mike Conway travel to TOYOTA GAZOO Racing's home race as the series returns to Japan for the 6 Hours of Fuji after a three-year absence

  • The penultimate round of the 2022 WEC season sees the series return to Fuji Speedway, a circuit Mike has enjoyed two victories and four podium finishes at

  • Reigning champions Mike Conway, Kamui Kobayashi and José María López finished third at Monza last time out, after having contact with another car whilst leading the race, and they aim for a second win of the year in their #7 GR010 HYBRID

  • The 4.563km track, which is the shortest on the WEC calendar despite its 1.5km start-finish straight, is also the most successful circuit for TOYOTA GAZOO Racing, which has won seven of the eight WEC races

  • With two races remaining, Mike and his #7 teammates sit third in the standings with 76 points, and they will be looking to overhaul a 30-point deficit in the championship title race

  • For live TV coverage and commentary of the sessions and race, visit the FIA WEC website


“It feels like a long time since our last race at Monza but we have regrouped and will come back refreshed for the last two races. It has not been the best season on our side of the garage so we are all pushing to have a clean race and fight at the front in Fuji. It’s our home race and the team has been successful there in the past, so obviously, we want to keep that winning run going. It will not be easy, as we saw in Monza, because the competition in Hypercar just gets tougher, and the #8 car is always strong. But we will push hard to have a good race for our home fans.” - Mike Conway