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Billionaire Builds Asia’s First Private Driving Club in Japan for $160 Million 



Billionaire Builds Asia’s First Private Driving Club in Japan for $160 Million

If you were ever a billionaire, what would you do with your wealth? Maybe you’d choose to become Batman. Maybe you’d be more like Elon Musk. 

For the extraordinary billionaire CEO of the Magarigawa Club in Japan, his motives were purely automotive. He has taken luxury to new heights with an incredible spending spree that saw him commission the creation of a racetrack worth a whopping $160 million.  

Situated on the side of a picturesque mountain, overlooking the majestic Mt. Fuji and Tokyo Bay, this exclusive racetrack stretches across 2.17 miles, and designed by none other than Hermann Tilke, renowned for his work in Formula 1 circuits.  


The Magarigawa Club isn’t just about speed; it’s a haven of luxury and leisure. With 22 corners, including challenging uphill and downhill sections, the track offers both excitement and breathtaking views. But that’s not all, this club features a climate-controlled indoor pit lane, staffed with expert mechanics ready to assist members at a moment’s notice. 

The club offers low speed cruising opportunities, ensuring everyone can enjoy the thrill of the track. And when it’s time to unwind, members can relax in the infinity pool, dine in style, hit the gym, or even belt out their favorite tunes in the karaoke room. 

What sets this club apart is the personal touch of its billionaire founder, who wanted a place where he could enjoy quality time with his family. Unable to find such a venue, he took matters into his own hands and created his dream racetrack. Located just an hour outside of Tokyo, nestled in the Chiba Prefecture mountains, the Magarigawa Club is a testament to the endless possibilities’ money can bring.