Super GT News and Analysis
Aston Martin will return to Super GT for the first time in five years with a factory-supported Vantage GT3 in the GT300 class.
Nissan has significantly overhauled its Super GT driver roster, with Porsche GT ace Frederic Makowiecki and James Rossiter among new additions to the Yokohama-based manufacturer’s 2019 line-up.
Only one standalone joint DTM/Super GT race will take place in 2019, Motorsport.com has learned.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Heikki Kovalainen has said he is planning to spend more time with Lexus in Japan in a bid to return to title contention in Super GT.
Jenson Button has vowed to take a more “aggressive” approach in his sophomore Super GT campaign, having admitted to being cautious in his first full season in the Japanese series.
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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.