FORUM8 Rally Japan 2022
One of the world championships governed by the Fédération Internationale de l'Automobile (FIA), the World Rally Championship (WRC) boasts a history and tradition that has been held every year since 1973. The rally is said to be the toughest car race and driven at high speeds on closed public roads with their surfaces ranging from gravel and tarmac to snow and ice. Rally Japan used to take place from 2004 to 2008 and 2010, and this year, the WRC will be held for the first time in 12 years.
* WARNING! MOTORSPORT CAN BE DANGEROUS.
Unpredictable accidents can still occur despite our best efforts to ensure safety.
You assume all risks and dangers inherent in and incidental to taking part in the event. Neither party, the organisers, sponsors, supporters, co-workers, staff members or Rally Japan Administrative Office, shall be liable for any troubles that may occur.
Please be sure to confirm the date, time and ticket type before purchasing tickets. No exchange or refunds can be given for tickets purchased.
A limited number of tickets will be sold per spectator area. Ticket sales will end when the planned number of tickets are sold out.
Tickets will not be reissued in any case of theft or loss. No measures will be taken to allow admission to the venue.
Resale of tickets is strictly prohibited under any circumstances.
Wristbands will be given to you in exchange for your ticket on the day of the event. The wristband acts as a ticket during the event, so please keep wearing it on your wrist.
The wristband will not be reissued under any circumstances, so please do not remove it while the ticket is valid.
Tickets are required to enter the spectator points.
There are access restrictions for each spectator point. Please be sure to check the official website before selecting a spectator point.
As there are limited spaces available in each car park, please carpool as much as possible when coming to the event.
Those holding tickets for each SS area may also enter Toyota Stadium (on the same day only), but only to the exhibition area.
The competition is considered to have been held when at least one car has driven in the relevant SS area.
If the event is cancelled due to weather or other force majeure, or cancelled without competition due to various conditions, tickets will be refunded.
Spectator points are subject to change without notice.
Please refrain from taking up positions throughout the entire spectator area.
Official cameras and media cameras will be filming inside the venue and spectator areas. Videos and photos taken may be used for media coverage, advertising, promotions, and products for sale.
For everyone's safety, please follow the instructions of event officials.
Do not enter any areas or facilities that are off-limits.
Do not enter the course during the competition as it is dangerous.
The competition area is a public road. Be considerate of neighbouring residents so as not to cause any inconvenience to them.
Pets are not allowed in all venues (except for dogs assistance, guide and service).
For spectator areas where the shuttle buses are in operation, the wristband you receive in exchange for your ticket will be your ticket to board the bus and must be worn on your wrist to ensure that it does not come off. If you lose it, you will not be allowed to board the shuttle bus.
Please allow plenty of time for the shuttle bus to reach the SS spectator area.
Some spectator areas may not be entered after the designated time. Please check the official website for the latest information, including car park opening times and shuttle bus service schedule.
We will not be responsible for any theft or accidents in the car parks.
For more information on how to prevent the spread of COVID-19, please refer to the information on the official website of Rally Japan.