1999 Formula Nippon Season - Calendar


Race No Track Country Date Laps Distance Time Speed Winner Pole Position Fastest Race Lap
1 Suzuka Japan April 8, 1999 34 5.864=199.376 km 1'17:24.252 154.547 km/h Satoshi Motoyama Hidetoshi Mitsusada Satoshi Motoyama
2 Motegi Japan May 9, 1999 45 4.796=215.82 km 1'15:32.121 171.432 km/h Hidetoshi Mitsusada Tom Coronel Ralph Firman, Jr.
3 Mine Japan May 23, 1999 62 3.331=206.522 km 1'41:58.661 121.510 km/h Satoshi Motoyama Satoshi Motoyama Ralph Firman, Jr.
4 Fuji Japan June 6, 1999 48 4.470=214.56 km 1'04:01.949 201.048 km/h Tom Coronel Peter Dumbreck Koji Yamanishi
5 Suzuka Japan July 4, 1999 35 5.864=205.241 km 1'06:08.192 186.198 km/h Masami Kageyama Satoshi Motoyama Tom Coronel
6 Sugo Japan August 1, 1999 60 3.704=222.24 km 1'15:13.456 177.262 km/h Tom Coronel Tom Coronel Satoshi Motoyama
7 Fuji Japan September 5, 1999 50 4.4=220.0 km 1'06:53.297 197.344 km/h Tom Coronel Tom Coronel Satoshi Motoyama
8 Mine Japan September 19, 1999 62 3.331=206.522 km 1'21:35.418 151.872 km/h Hidetoshi Mitsusada Tom Coronel Hidetoshi Mitsusada
9 Motegi Japan October 3, 1999 45 4.796=215.82 km 1'14:29.671 173.828 km/h Satoshi Motoyama Satoshi Motoyama Hideki Noda
10 Suzuka-East Japan November 14, 1999 90 2.244=201.96 km 1'22:17.358 147.256 km/h Ralph Firman, Jr. Ralph Firman, Jr. Yuji Tachikawa

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