The Okayama International Circuit (Previously TI Circuit Aida) is a 3.7KM permanent motorsport circuit in Mimasaka, Japan. Built in 1990, it was originally a private test circuit, however it didn’t take long to host the first proper race event at the track, and in 1994 and 1995 it even hosted a Formula 1 race (The Pacific GP) with Michael Schumacher winning both events. In 2004 the track was taken over, hence the renaming. One of the only problems with the circuit is the location, in the middle of nowhere making it difficult to access! Currently the largest events held include the Super GT, Formula Nippon, All Japan Road Race Championship and World Touring Car Championship.