Looming in the background of Fuji International Speedway resides Mt. Fuji. As the highest peak in all of Japan, the snow-capped monolith casts an imposing visage and is legendarily home to a multitude of immortal gods: both feared and admired, the mythical abode provides awe-inspiring scale to those events taking place at the racetrack beneath its shadow. There has, perhaps, never been a more conspicuous instance of this paramount comparison than in 1976 during Formula One’s season finale, the Japanese Grand Prix.
Just in case you do not remember:wink: