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Honda will field a largely unchanged driver line-up in Super GT this season as it aims to defend the 2018 title it won with Naoki Yamamoto and Jenson Button.
The Super GT silly season is in full swing, with talk of drivers switching manufacturers and new faces joining the series gathering pace.
Super GT veteran Joao Paulo de Oliveira has parted ways with Nissan with immediate effect, marking an end to a 13-year association with the Japanese manufacturer.
Former Formula 1 driver Narain Karthikeyan says he is "confident" of securing a 2019 Super GT seat after completing a successful test at the Sepang International Circuit this month.
Mercedes DTM refugee Dani Juncadella is in the frame for a 2019 Nissan Super GT drive, along with Japanese racing veteran James Rossiter and Porsche GT racer Frederic Makowiecki.
Toyota has provided the first glimpse of its upcoming GT500-spec Supra that could make its Super GT debut as early as 2020.
Jann Mardenborough has urged Nissan to improve its Super GT challenger in “every area” over the winter to catch Honda and Lexus before the start of next season.
Former Formula 1 driver Heikki Kovalainen says is considering his future in Japan’s Super GT after a largely unsatisfactory 2018 season.
Legendary Japanese racing outfit Team Taisan is selling off several of its iconic cars, including its 2000 Le Mans 24 Hour GTLM class-winning Porsche 911 GT3-R
Felix Rosenqvist says he hopes to return to Super GT in future having just completing his first season in the Japanese category.
Red Bull-supported driver Ryo Hirakawa says he cannot describe his frustration after losing the 2018 Super GT title in a tightly-contested finale at Motegi.
Jenson Button's "dedication and devotion" to his Super GT title quest this year has been praised by his team boss Kunimitsu Takahashi.
Jenson Button feels winning the Super GT in his debut season is “just as big” an achievement as his Formula 1 championship success in 2009.
Jenson Button and Naoki Yamamoto secured the Super GT title in a tense Motegi finale, as ex-Formula 1 champion Button resisted a determined charge by Ryo Hirakawa in the closing stages.
Nick Cassidy says it would only be “natural” for Honda to use team orders in support of Jenson Button and Naoki Yamamoto’s title bid in the Super GT finale at Motegi.