On June 12, 2022, the 90th 24 Hours of Le Mans was held at the Salte circuit in the city of Le Mans, western France. Toyota’s No.8 car with Ryo Hirakawa drove TOYOTA GAZOO Racing to achieve 5 straight wins! The sister car, led by Kamui Kobayashi, also finished second, which made them accomplish a one-two finish, 2 years in a row.
Fujitsu aims to achieve a carbon neutral world, and will continue to support TOYOTA GAZOO Racing, which participates in the FIA World Championship (WEC).
We publish various articles on Fujitsu transformation news, including an interview with Kazuki Nakajima. Make sure you don’t miss our latest news & topics!
Extreme conditions make humans and technology stronger: close up on the passion of Kazuki Nakajima
Fujitsu strongly connected with Toyota’s stance of continuously innovating and challenging to create a positive future through motorsports. The business strategy to solve social issues, including the realization of a carbon-neutral society also synchronized, and Fujitsu decided to support TOYOTA GAZOO Racing.Read more
We interviewed Kazuki Nakajima, who has been engaged in a wide range of activities for victory as TOYOTA GAZOO Racing Europe Vice Chairman since this year.
Driving a better future with TOYOTA GAZOO Racing
Toyota Motor Corporation is an undisputed leader in the global automotive industry. They have been involved in motorsports for more than half a century and continue to innovate on racetracks around the world. Toyota's desire to change the future through motorsports has a lot in common with Fujitsu's philosophy – and that was the catalyst for our sponsorship of TOYOTA GAZOO Racing. We sat down with our project manager to find out what Fujitsu is aiming to achieve through this sponsorship.Read more