In recent years Japan plays an important role in various motor sports scenes, such as the high-performance machine research and development and hosting the World Championships.
Along with it, the young people in Japan started playing an active role in the motorsport on the top level in the world little by little.
Suzuka Circuit, which has been hosting the two-wheeled and four-wheeled motorsport such as Formula 1, was a pioneer and opened the "Suzuka Circuit Racing School Junior (SRS-J)" in 1992 with the aim to train the world-class riders and drivers not only technically but also mentally and as a person.
In the following year, in 1993, we opened the "Suzuka Circuit Racing School Kart (SRS-Kart)" which is the next-generation driver training institution, and the "Suzuka Circuit Racing School Formula (SRS-Formula)" which was aimed to train to be the professional formula drivers which could be said the only one in Japan in 1995.
And from there, we have produced the drivers and riders who play an active role in the races at the world's top level such as MotoGP™ and Formula 1 Grand Prix, the pinnacle of the world. Moreover, we opened the "SRS-Formula Challenge" where you can experience and learn karts and Formula cars at the same time in 2015. "Suzuka Circuit Racing School Junior (SRS-J)" changed its name to "Suzuka Circuit Racing School Moto (SRS-Moto)" in 2016 and we will reinforce the contents further.