Touge racing is a form of motorsport that originated in Japan, and it involves racing on narrow, winding mountain roads. The word “touge” literally translates to “pass” or “mountain pass” in Japanese. The courses used for touge racing are typically narrow, winding roads with tight turns and steep gradients, and drivers must navigate these challenging terrain at high speeds while staying in their lane. Touge racing has evolved into a popular form of motorsport in Japan, with many enthusiasts and professional drivers participating in events and competitions. In recent years, touge racing has also gained popularity in other parts of the world, particularly in countries with mountainous terrain such as the United States, Europe, and Australia.