Motegi II (2020)
Latest news on Motegi II
Last weekend's Motegi SUPER GT round should act as a "wake-up call" for the #36 TOM'S Toyota crew to replicate the set-up of the team's #37 car, says Sacha Fenestraz.
Nissan driver Ronnie Quintarelli admits he “couldn’t have imagined” being in a position to challenge for the SUPER GT title this year after a poor start to the season.
The TOM’S Toyota SUPER GT team has explained the “difficult” decision to leave Nick Cassidy on the sidelines for last weekend’s Motegi round.
ARTA Honda driver Nirei Fukuzumi says he had "nightmares" during his stint on his way to an overdue first top-class SUPER GT victory.
Ryo Hirakawa has praised his new TOM’S Toyota teammate Kenta Yamashita for his turnaround in Sunday’s Motegi SUPER GT race.
SUPER GT drivers have expressed their frustration at the timing of the safety car period at Motegi, as a caution period strongly influenced the outcome for a second race in a row.
The ARTA Honda team took an overdue first win of the SUPER GT season at Motegi as the front-engined NSX-GT locked out the top five places.
Ronnie Quintarelli admits he was surprised with how good his Nissan GT-R felt in qualifying for the penultimate round of the SUPER GT season at Motegi, considering his high success handicap.
Honda driver Bertrand Baguette has pledged to take an aggressive approach in this weekend's Motegi SUPER GT race after being knocked out in the first segment of qualifying.
Nobuharu Matsushita says he is not treating his unexpected call-up to a Honda SUPER GT drive as an audition for a 2021 drive.
Honda swept the top three positions in qualifying for this weekend's penultimate SUPER GT round of the season at Motegi, as Takuya Izawa delivered Nakajima Racing a second pole of 2020.
With just two rounds to go in the 2020 SUPER GT season, the race for the title is on a knife-edge, with the top five cars in the GT500 standings separated by just two points.
TOM’S Toyota title contender Ryo Hirakawa says he is disappointed not to be able to complete the SUPER GT season alongside Nick Cassidy.
Ex-Formula 2 racer Nobuharu Matsushita will make his SUPER GT debut in this weekend's Motegi race with the ARTA Honda team, standing in for an injured Shinichi Takagi.
Kenta Yamashita will replace Nick Cassidy for the final two rounds of the SUPER GT season in the #37 Toyota GR Supra, TOM'S has announced.