Victory in the Fuji round of the World Endurance Championship went to Toyota after the race was red-flagged for a third and final time.
The red flags came out when the lead cars were halfway around the opening lap after the second restart. The call means that all 16 laps of the weather-affected event were run behind the safety car.
Half-points will be awarded for the event and it is likely, but not confirmed, that all the drivers in each car will score whether or not they drove.
Victory was taken by the Toyota TS030 Hybrid driven by Kazuki Nakajima, whose teammates were Nicolas Lapierre and Alex Wurz.
Second place went to the championship-leading Audi driven by Loic Duval, who was sharing the car with Allan McNish and Tom Kristensen.
Nakajima moved into the lead after the initial restart when the pole-winning Audi R18 e-tron quattro driven by Andre Lotterer pitted for the first of a series of stops to cure an engine pick-up problem.
Toyota's win did not stop Audi from collecting the manufacturers' title. The German firm now heads the standings by more than the 52 points available over the final two events.
LMP2 was won by the OAK Racing Morgan-Nissan LMP2 of Bertrand Baguette, Martin Plowman and Ricardo Gonzalez.
GTE Pro honors went to the Aston Martin Vantage GTE driven by Frederic Makowiecki, who joined Darren Turner and Stefan Mucke for this event.
Aston also took GTE Am honors with the Vantage shared by Bruno Senna, Christoffer Nygaard and Kristian Poulsen.
Results - 16 laps/multiple red flags:
Pos Cl Drivers Team/Car Time/Gap
1. P1 Wurz/Lapierre/Nakajima Toyota 2h56m05.785s
2. P1 Kristensen/Duval/McNish Audi +1.901s
3. P1 Belicchi/Beche Rebellion Lola-Toyota +1.971s
4. P2 Baguette/Gonzalez/Plowman OAK Morgan-Nissan +2.259s
5. P2 Rusinov/Martin/Conway Delta-ADR ORECA-Nissan +2.093s
6. P2 Hiranaka/Ueda/Wirdheim Greaves Zytek-Nissan +2.831s
7. P2 Pla/Heinemeier Hansson/Brundle OAK Morgan-Nissan +12.834s
8. P2 Graves/Walker/Nakano Delta-ADR ORECA-Nissan +15.323s
9. P2 Bradley/Koizumi/Matsuda KCMG Morgan-Nissan +19.569s
10. P2 Perez Companc/Minassian/Kaffer Pecom ORECA-Nissan +21.494s
11. P2 Holzer/Kraihamer/Charouz Lotus +23.803s
12. P2 Nicolet/Ihara OAK Morgan-Nissan +35.657s
13. GTE P Turner/Mucke/Makowiecki Aston Martin +38.900s
14. GTE P Bruni/Fisichella AF Ferrari +41.944s
15. GTE P Bergmeister/Pilet Manthey Porsche +44.855s
16. GTE P Lieb/Lietz Manthey Porsche +55.311s
17. GTE A Nygaard/Poulsen/Senna Aston Martin +57.668s
18. GTE A Hall/Campbell-Walter/Adam Aston Martin +1m01.641s
19. GTE A Ried/Roda/Ruberti Proton Porsche +1m03.537s
20. GTE A Potolicchio/Aguas/Rigon 8Star Ferrari +1m05.951s
21. GTE P Kobayashi/Vilander AF Ferrari +1m15.544s
22. GTE A Narac/Vernay/Palttala Imsa Porsche +1m25.904s
23. P2 Weeda/Rossiter/Liuzzi Lotus +1m40.976s
24. GTE A Krohn/Jonsson/Mediani Krohn Ferrari +1m46.314s
25. GTE A Gerber/Griffin/Cioci AF Ferrari +2m21.643s
26. P1 Lotterer/Treluyer/Fassler Audi +2m49.150s
27. P1 Davidson/Buemi/Sarrazin Toyota +1 lap
28. GTE P Lamy/Stanaway Aston Martin +1 lap
29. GTE A Bornhauser/Canal/Rees Larbre Corvette +2 laps