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Corporate information

Establishing purpose

Based on the philosophy of motorsport, "creativity and competitiveness," "Super Chips" provides children who will lead the future with a place for lifelong learning, social experience, and sports education through motorsport, and conveys the joy of it. We will strive to develop creative sensibilities, healthy spirits, and physical bodies. We will also train excellent engineers and athletes, support their activities, and create the environment they need without being bound by the profits of a specific company. We aim to maintain and widely promote and popularize motor sports.


Representative Hideaki Udagawa

Experienced motorcycle racing and racing mechanic from the age of 15, turned to a racing kart at the age of 22, and after winning the 1991 All Japan Champion, played an active part in formula racing. After retiring, he took over Super Chips, who has been an instructor since he was active, and is focusing on teaching and racing services for posterity. In particular, he has a good reputation for training juniors, and he coaches and produces athletes from all over the country.

1987 (1987)

After experiencing the All Japan Road Race (motorcycle) after working as a motor race mechanic, he switched to racing kart racing.

1989 (Heisei 1)

2nd in the local kart championship eastern Japan ranking.

1991 (Heisei 3)

Won the All Japan Kart Championship Champion.

1992 (Heisei 4)

In parallel with participating in the formula race, he became a full-time instructor for Super Chips.

1998 (Heisei 10)

East Japan Junior Kart Association established. Became a technical committee member of the association.

2009 (Heisei 21)

Became a junior player (elementary school student) representing Japan and participated in the world championship (Italy) as a director. Invited as a special moral lecturer at Musashino City Noda Elementary School (toward the realization of children's dreams) and give a lecture.

2011 (Heisei 23)

Won the sports kart endurance race series championship. Motegi K-TAI 5 hours endurance challenge class 2nd place.

2012 (Heisei 24)

Motegi K-TAI 5 hours endurance challenge class 2nd place. Fastest lap.

2013 (Heisei 25)

Motegi K-TAI 5 hours endurance challenge class 2nd place.

2014 (Heisei 26)

Motegi K-TAI 5 hour endurance challenge class champion.

Fastest lap, course record established.

2016 (Heisei 28)

Motegi K-TAI 7 hours endurance 2nd place. Our maintenance engine won the award from 1st to 4th place. Invited as a special lecturer related to the Olympic and Paralympic Games at Fussa Municipal No. 6 Elementary School (to realize children's dreams) and give a lecture.

Company Profile

Company Profile

Trade name

Super Chips

Japan Automobile Federation member kart club (1318) (SC)


[Office Shop]

540-4 Dairakujimachi, Hachioji-shi, Tokyo


TEL 042-620-5025

FAX 042-620-5026


Hideaki Udagawa

Racing Kart 1991 All Japan Champion


Tama Shinkin Bank Nakano Sanno Branch


September 1, 1992

Business hours

11: 00-20: 00

Please contact us by phone when you come to the store.

Regular holiday

Every Monday At events such as other racing services Year-end and New Year holidays Summer holidays

(Open on public holidays, closed the next day)

Circuit garage


[Auto Paradise Gotenba and Haruna Motor Sports Land]

Business content

In 1992, the first kids' junior kart school was held in Japan, and the representative trained racing drivers, sold and serviced karts, centering on the full-scale curriculum of former all-Japan kart champions, and designed and manufactured in-house products and precision machinery. We also perform processing.

① Retail sales of racing karts and supplies

② Import business of racing karts and supplies

③ Racing kart school holding and operation

・ Experience school

・ Beginner school

・ Racing class

④ Maintenance of racing karts, engine development

⑤ Labor saving equipment and parts development, manufacturing, sales and wholesale

⑥ All advertising and event business related to motor sports


1992 (Heisei 4)

Established as the first junior racing school in Japan.

1997 (Heisei 9)

Hideaki Udagawa of Hyundai will take over the previous project and move the base to Kasumimachi, Hachioji City.

1998 (Heisei 10)

Member of Japan Automobile Federation member cart club (1318) (SC).

2001 (Heisei 13)

Started developing competition tires with Sumitomo Rubber Industries, Ltd., and with our tuning engine, achieved the second place in the time trial at the World Cup, and was involved in all-Japan titles.

2002 (Heisei 14)

A garage is set up in Formula Land Ra Hanno.

2004 (Heisei 16)

Moved the store and factory to the current Nakanosanno, Hachioji City. At the same time, a precision machine (machining center, etc.) was introduced and a manufacturing department was established.

2005 (Heisei 17)

Started importing and selling racing karts jointly developed with the prestigious Italian company TECNO.

2009 (Heisei 21)

Set up a garage at Haruna Motor Sports Land.

2016 (Heisei 28)

A garage is set up in Auto Paradise Gotenba.


traffic guide
・ By train or bus Get off at Yakushi-mae bus stop and walk for 2 minutes (about 10 minutes by Nishi Tokyo Bus from JR Nishi-Hachioji Station)
(Approximately 20 minutes by Nishi Tokyo Bus from JR Hachioji Station)

・ By car: Along Jimba Kaido / Prefectural Road 521 (about 10 minutes from Hachioji Nishi IC on the Ken-O Expressway)
(Approximately 15 minutes from the Hachioji IC on the Chuo Expressway)



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