super-taikyu News and Analysis
Toyota has revealed ambitions to switch to liquid hydrogen for its developmental Corolla racer after securing another finish with the car in its second outing in the Fuji 24 Hours last weekend.
Toyota World Rally Championship boss Jari-Matti Latvala believes hydrogen power could be an option for rallying to consider in the future as he prepares to tackle the Fuji 24 Hours this weekend.
Toyota World Rally Championship boss Jari-Matti Latvala will contest next month's Fuji 24 Hours as part of the crew tasked with driving the Japanese marque's hydrogen-powered Corolla.
Nissan has announced it will race a version of its new Z in the Fuji 24 Hours, as it seeks to gather data for the car to be used in other categories.
Toyota's hydrogen-powered Corolla Sport will continue to race in Super Taikyu in 2022, while Subaru and Mazda will all field new biofuel-powered entries in the series.
Toyota says the hydrogen engine in its experimental Corolla Sport has achieved power parity with the traditional internal combustion unit it replaces after the car’s third race appearance on Sunday.
Toyota’s hydrogen-powered Corolla Sport completed its second Super Taikyu race on Sunday, having received major upgrades since its debut in May’s Fuji 24 Hours.
Kamui Kobayashi says that Toyota's hydrogen-powered car finishing last weekend's Fuji 24 Hours is an achievement comparable to a "win in the old days" of endurance racing.
Toyota has said it wants to use motorsport to promote hydrogen as a viable alternative to electric cars following a successful debut for its hydrogen-powered Corolla Sport in last weekend's Fuji 24 Hours.
Kamui Kobayashi will make his return to Japanese motorsport in this month’s Fuji 24 Hours driving Toyota’s experimental hydrogen-powered Corolla Sport.
Japan-domiciled Australian racer Jake Parsons will contest the 2021 Super Taikyu season with the 5Zigen team, and is targeting a return to SUPER GT later in the year.
Red Bull Formula 1 technical chief Adrian Newey will make a one-off appearance in Japan’s Super Taikyu series later this month.
Aston Martin's new Vantage GT3 car has scored its first race victory in the season-opening round of the Japanese Super Taikyu series at Suzuka.
McLaren factory-supported squad Team Goh has withdrawn its entry from the Japan-based Super Taikyu series ahead of this weekend’s season opener in Suzuka.