A special event taking place at the Toyota Automobile Museum explores motor races that Toyota have participated in, and some of the vehicles that were involved in them. "Toyota Motorsport Biography: Everlasting Challenge Spirit" looks not just at the impact of winning or losing races, but the technological improvements and the innovation in the car industry that has occurred as a result of the motorsports world.
Some of the cars on display at the event include a replica of a 1957 Toyopet Crown RSD, a 1966 Toyota 2000GT, and a 1970 Toyota 7 Turbo to name just a few.
The Toyota Automobile Museum is located a five-minute walk from Geidai-dori Station's exit 1, served by the Linimo (Tobu Kyuryo) Line.
For those who plan to drive to the venue, it's a short drive from the Nagakute Interchange of the Tomei Expressway. Free parking is available on-site for up to 320 vehicles.
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