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Jenson Button is unsure how competitive the SUPER GT cars will be when they join the DTM grid as wildcard entrants at Hockenheim this weekend.
Red Bull Formula 1 junior Patricio O’Ward says he is “scratching off the boxes” after breaking into the points for the first time in Sunday’s Super Formula race at Okayama.
James Rossiter will return to SUPER GT action at Sugo this weekend after being forced to miss the previous race at Autopolis due to an ear disorder.
The future of SUPER GT's Thailand round at the Buriram circuit is in doubt over cost concerns, series chairman Masaaki Bandoh has revealed.
Two-time Formula 1 world champion Mika Hakkinen says he relished a return to competitive motorsport after his team finished the Suzuka 10 Hours last weekend.
Naoki Yamamoto says losing a previously-healthy Super Formula championship lead in last weekend's Motegi race has highlighted a “weakness” that he must cure to defend his title.
Artem Markelov says he is perplexed by a lack of results in Super Formula as he continues to chase his first points finish in the Japanese single-seater series.
Red Bull Formula 1 junior Patricio O’Ward says he is keen on proving his pace in the dry at Motegi this weekend after his Super Formula debut was affected by heavy rain showers.
SUPER GT has explained why the race winning-LeMans Lexus team escaped a penalty for making a pitstop just as the safety car was deployed in last weekend’s Fuji 500-mile race.
A pair of standalone GT300 races will form the undercard for the historic joint event between SUPER GT and DTM at Fuji Speedway in November.
Jenson Button says the chances of he and Naoki Yamamoto defending their SUPER GT title are receding, despite returning to the podium in last weekend's Fuji 500-mile round.
Red Bull’s new recruit Patricio O’Ward says his only aim from his maiden Super Formula race at Fuji was to finish as the poor weather made it “very difficult to see anything".
Frederic Makowiecki has set his sights on a first victory with Nissan in SUPER GT on the back of a promising start to his 2019 campaign.
Nick Cassidy believes a slow pitstop denied him and teammate Ryo Hirakawa what could have been an easy victory in the Suzuka round of SUPER GT series.