Super GT News

Fuji was our only chance - Kataoka
Merhi gets Suzuka SUPER GT penalty
SUPER GT reveals 2023 schedule
The key to TOM'S Fuji SUPER GT win
TOM'S pair take first GT500 victory

Goodsmile Racing’s Tetsuya Kataoka feels the Mercedes-AMG GT3 Evo has “no chance” of victory in SUPER GT with its Balance of Performance at tracks other than Fuji.

Ex-Formula 1 racer Roberto Merhi will be forced to miss an hour of practice time for the next SUPER GT round at Suzuka after earning two penalties last time out at Fuji Speedway.

SUPER GT has revealed a 2023 calendar made up of eight races bearing a strong resemblance to this year's schedule.

Ritomo Miyata believes saving fuel during the second stint of Sunday’s Fuji SUPER GT race was the key to he and TOM’S teammate Sacha Fenestraz taking their first GT500 win.

Fuji SUPER GT: TOM'S duo Fenestraz, Miyata take first win Fuji II
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TOM'S Toyota pair Sacha Fenestraz and Ritomo Miyata took their first SUPER GT win in the GT500 category in Sunday's fourth round of the season at Fuji Speedway.

ARTA recruits Button's title-winning SUPER GT engineer

The ARTA Honda team has recruited Jenson Button’s title-winning SUPER GT engineer in a surprise mid-season reshuffle.

Quintarelli's Nissan Z "the best it's felt all year" at Fuji

Nissan SUPER GT ace Ronnie Quintarelli says his NISMO Z is the best it has felt all season on Saturday at Fuji Speedway, having made use of some set-up hints from the sister NDDP Racing car.

Fuji SUPER GT: Bandoh Toyota scores third pole in succession Fuji II
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Fuji SUPER GT: Bandoh Toyota scores third pole in succession

Toyota SUPER GT team Racing Project Bandoh made it three pole positions in a row for this weekend's fourth round of the season at Fuji Speedway.

Cerumo Toyota hit with 10-second stop-and-go penalty

The Cerumo Toyota SUPER GT team will have to serve a 10-second stop-and-go penalty during this weekend's fourth round of the season at Fuji Speedway.

The circuit that "punishes" newcomers to Japan's racing scene

Although tough and technical Japanese circuits like Suzuka and Fuji are well-known to fans of Formula 1, there's many more venues that challenge the drivers who choose to switch over to Super Formula and SUPER GT. Envision Formula E driver Nick Cassidy has won both titles - and picks the "punishing" Sugo circuit as the one that sticks out.

Alesi “not losing hope” amid tough season in Japan

Giuliano Alesi insists he is “not losing hope” amid a trying double SUPER GT and Super Formula campaign in Japan with flagship Toyota team TOM’S.

Too early to say Nissan Z has the edge, says Baguette

Impul's Bertrand Baguette believes it's too soon to call the Nissan Z the favourite for this year's SUPER GT title battle ahead of this weekend's fourth round of the season at Fuji Speedway.

The answers that SUPER GT's Fuji return promises to provide

This weekend’s fourth round of the SUPER GT season - the Fuji GT 100 Lap Race, to give it its official title - brings to an end what has felt like an endless wait since the previous round at Suzuka at the end of May.

De Oliveira wary of BMW M4's "serious speed" in SUPER GT

Kondo Racing’s Joao Paulo de Oliveira has admitted concern to the BMW M4 GT3’s speed in SUPER GT following Team Studie’s dominant victory last time out at Suzuka.

Drago Corse splits with sponsor Busou, aims for Suzuka return

Drago Corse has announced a split with title sponsor Busou following the news that the team will skip this weekend's fourth round of the SUPER GT season at Fuji Speedway.

Dunlop believes it has found root of 2022 SUPER GT woes

Dunlop believes it has found the reason it has struggled in the opening three races of the SUPER GT season and is confident of an improved showing in the upcoming rounds.

Subaru loses out in BoP changes for Fuji SUPER GT race

Subaru has been hit with a 25kg weight penalty following a Balance of Performance change for next weekend's Fuji SUPER GT round.

Tsuchiya, Drago Corse teams to miss Fuji SUPER GT round

The Tsuchiya Engineering team will miss next weekend's Fuji SUPER GT race following a recent crash for its Toyota GR Supra GT300 in testing.

Mugen Honda gets grid penalty for Fuji SUPER GT race

The Mugen Honda team will take a four-place grid drop for next month's SUPER GT race at Fuji Speedway, triggered by Toshiki Oyu earning six penalty points.

Why Honda's new 'master and apprentice' have struggled so far

ARTA has been one of SUPER GT’s leading GT300 outfits for many years, but the Honda outfit is having a tough time so far this season with its all-new ‘master-and-apprentice’ driver line-up of Hideki Mutoh and Iori Kimura.

JLOC keen to use Lamborghini factory driver in 2023

The JLOC team has stated a desire to add a Lamborghini factory driver to its line-up for the 2023 SUPER GT season as Japan’s travel restrictions gradually ease.

How SUPER GT helped heal Kovalainen’s F1 "scars" Prime

How SUPER GT helped heal Kovalainen’s F1 "scars"

After exiting the Formula 1 paddock underappreciated and then narrowly missing out on a next logical step to the DTM, Heikki Kovalainen became an unlikely SUPER GT refugee. But the 2008 Hungarian Grand Prix winner went big in Japan, winning the title in 2016 and finding peace with his racing career.

The Super GT champion shaped by two Toyota rejections Prime

The Super GT champion shaped by two Toyota rejections

Once seemingly destined for Formula 1, two-time SUPER GT champion Kohei Hirate is determined to prove his worth with Nissan after ending up on the receiving end of not one but two career-changing Toyota rejections.

How an Indy 500 'nearly man' found a home in Japan Prime

How an Indy 500 'nearly man' found a home in Japan

Having come within three laps of winning the Indianapolis 500, having already had the door to Formula 1 slammed in his face, Bertrand Baguette finally found a stable home in Japan with Honda. Ahead of his eighth season as a SUPER GT driver, he looks back on his career so far with Jamie Klein.

How the DTM and Super GT can build on their experiment

The Class One 'Dream Race' staged by the DTM and SUPER GT proved a hit - from a competitive and collaborative standpoint. The next step will be for both parties to ensure a successful trial ends up being more than just that.