Teaming up with Aidan Read once again in what is a genuine Pro-Am partnership, Nobu is looking forward to building on his experience gained in Shanghai and together with the Eurasia Motorsport team, working through an extensive practice programme in preparation for the 4H Fuji.
“It is quite exciting to have the second race meeting of the Asian Le Mans Series in Fuji Speedway in my home country,” Nobu said. “It’s my first time driving the Ligier LMP3 car at the track.
“I’ve driven this circuit before and I’ve also raced lots of different type of car this year, so I’m looking forward to building on my programme and perhaps I’ll perform a little better with my hometown advantage. I am looking forward to the race weekend very much and assisting my partner driver Aiden Read in bringing best result to Eurasia Motorsport.”
The race weekend starts on the Friday with an unofficial test, followed by the free practice session and then qualifying on Saturday evening. The 4H race gets underway at 12.00 local time.