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2019 Super GT Series
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Sister series:
Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters
Jenson Button (pictured in 2012) will enter the season as defending champions alongside Naoki Yamamoto.

The 2019 Super GT Series is a motor racing championship based in Japan for grand touring cars. The series is sanctioned by the Japan Automobile Federation (JAF) and run by the GT Association (GTA). It is the twenty-sixth season of the Japan Automobile Federation Super GT Championship—which includes the All Japan Grand Touring Car Championship (JGTC) era—and the fifteenth season the series has competed under the Super GT name. It is the thirty-sixth overall season of a national JAF sportscar championship.

The 2019 championship will see the series form a partnership with the German-based Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, allowing entries to compete in both championships.[1]

CalendarEdit

Round Race Circuit Date
1 Okayama GT
300 km
  Okayama International Circuit April 13–14
2 Fuji GT
500 km
  Fuji Speedway May 3–4
3 Suzuka GT
300 km
  Suzuka Circuit May 25–26
4 Buriram United Super GT Race
300 km
  Chang International Circuit June 29–30
5 Fuji GT
500 miles
  Fuji Speedway August 3–4
6 Autopolis GT
300 km
  Autopolis September 7–8
7 Sugo GT
300 km
  Sportsland SUGO September 21–22
8 Motegi GT
250 km
  Twin Ring Motegi November 2–3
NC Super GT × DTM Dream Race   Fuji Speedway November 23–24
NC auto sport Web Sprint Race

Calendar changesEdit

  • In light of the series' partnership with the Deutsche Tourenwagen Masters, the Super GT x DTM Dream Race, a non-championship joint race featuring Super GT's GT500 cars and the DTM's competitors, will be held at Fuji after the end of the season. A balance of performance formula will be applied to ensure parity between DTM cars and Super GT as Super GT will not adopt Class One regulations until 2020.[2][3]
  • The auto sport Web Sprint Cup, a non-championship race for GT300 competitors, will also be held at Fuji as a supporting event of the Super GT x DTM Dream Race.
  • The final round at Motegi has been moved forward a week to avoid a clash with the FIA World Endurance Championship and Super Taikyu Series.[4]

Teams and driversEdit

GT500Edit

Team Make Car No. Drivers Tyre Rounds
  Team Kunimitsu[5] Honda Honda NSX-GT GT500 1   Jenson Button[5][6] B 1-7
  Naoki Yamamoto[5]
  NDDP Racing [ja] with B-Max [ja][7] Nissan Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 3   Frederic Makowiecki[7] M 1-7
  Kohei Hirate[7]
  Lexus Team LeMans Wako's[8] Lexus Lexus LC 500 GT500 6   Kazuya Oshima[8] B 1-7
  Kenta Yamashita[8]
  Autobacs Racing Team Aguri[5] Honda Honda NSX-GT GT500 8   Tomoki Nojiri[5] B 1-7
  Takuya Izawa[5]
  Team Impul[7] Nissan Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 12   Daiki Sasaki[7] B 1-7
  James Rossiter[7] 1-5, 7
  Katsumasa Chiyo[9] 6
  Team Mugen[5] Honda Honda NSX-GT GT500 16   Hideki Mutoh[5] Y 1-7
  Daisuke Nakajima[5]
  Keihin Real Racing [ja][5] Honda Honda NSX-GT GT500 17   Koudai Tsukakoshi[5] B 1-7
  Bertrand Baguette[5]
  Lexus Team WedsSport Bandoh[8] Lexus Lexus LC 500 GT500 19   Yuji Kunimoto[8] Y 1-7
  Sho Tsuboi[8]
  NISMO[7] Nissan Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 23   Tsugio Matsuda[7] M 1-7
  Ronnie Quintarelli[7]
  Kondo Racing[7] Nissan Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 24   Mitsunori Takaboshi[7] Y 1-7
  Jann Mardenborough[7]
  Lexus Team au Tom's[8] Lexus Lexus LC 500 GT500 36   Yuhi Sekiguchi[8] B 1-7
  Kazuki Nakajima[8] 1, 3-7
  Ritomo Miyata 2
  Lexus Team KeePer Tom's[8] Lexus Lexus LC 500 GT500 37   Ryō Hirakawa[8] B 1-7
  Nick Cassidy[8]
  Lexus Team ZENT [ja] Cerumo [ja][8] Lexus Lexus LC 500 GT500 38   Hiroaki Ishiura[8] B 1-7
  Yuji Tachikawa[8]
  Lexus Team SARD[8] Lexus Lexus LC 500 GT500 39   Heikki Kovalainen[8] B 1-7
  Yuichi Nakayama[8]
  Modulo Nakajima Racing[5] Honda Honda NSX-GT GT500 64   Narain Karthikeyan[5] D 1-7
  Tadasuke Makino[5]
  BMW Team RBM[10] BMW BMW M4 Turbo DTM TBA   TBA[10] H TBA
TBA   TBA[10] H TBA
  BMW Team RMG[10] BMW BMW M4 Turbo DTM TBA   TBA[10] H TBA
TBA   TBA[10] H TBA
  TBA[10] Audi Audi RS5 Turbo DTM TBA   TBA[10] H TBA
TBA   TBA[10] H TBA
  TBA[10] Audi Audi RS5 Turbo DTM TBA   TBA[10] H TBA
TBA   TBA[10] H TBA

GT300Edit

Team Make Car No. Drivers Tyre Rounds
  Cars Tokai Dream28 [ja][11] Lotus Lotus Evora MC 2   Kazuho Takahashi [ja][11] Y 1-7
  Hiroki Katoh [ja][11]
  Hiroshi Hamaguchi 5
  Goodsmile Racing with Team UKYO[12][13] Mercedes-AMG Mercedes-AMG GT3 4   Nobuteru Taniguchi[12][13] Y 1-7
  Tatsuya Kataoka [ja][12][13]
  Team Mach Toyota Toyota 86 MC 5   Natsu Sakaguchi Y 1-3, 5-7
  Yuya Hiraki
  Tetsuji Tamanaka 2
  Ryohei Sakaguchi 5
  D'station Racing AMR[14] Aston Martin Aston Martin Vantage AMR GT3 7   Tomonobu Fujii[14] Y 1-7
  João Paulo de Oliveira[14]
  Darren Turner[14] 5
  Pacific Racing with Good Speed[15][16] Porsche Porsche 911 GT3 R 9   Naoki Yokomizo[17] Y 1-7
  Kyosuke Mineo[17]
  Akihiro Tsuzuki 5
  GAINER [ja][18][7] Nissan Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 (2018) 10   Kazuki Hoshino[19][7] Y 1-7
  Keishi Ishikawa[19][7]
11   Katsuyuki Hiranaka[18][7] D 1-7
  Hironobu Yasuda[19][7]
  Team UpGarage[5] Honda Honda NSX GT3 Evo 18   Takashi Kobayashi[5] Y 1-7
  Kosuke Matsuura[5]
  Shinnosuke Yamada 2, 5
  Audi Team Hitotsuyama Audi Audi R8 LMS Evo 21   Richard Lyons Y 1-7
  Ryuichiro Tomita
  Alessio Picariello 2, 5
  R'Qs Motor Sports Mercedes-AMG Mercedes-AMG GT3 22   Masaki Jyonai [ja] Y 1-3, 5-6
  Hisashi Wada [ja]
  Björn Wirdheim 5
  Tsuchiya Engineering Toyota Toyota 86 MC 25   Takamitsu Matsui Y 1-7
  Kimiya Sato
  Takeshi Tsuchiya 2, 5
  apr [ja][8][20] Toyota Toyota Prius PHV GR Sport GT300 30   Hiroaki Nagai[8][20] Y 1-7
  Manabu Orido[8][20]
  Kazuto Kotaka 2, 5
31   Koki Saga [ja][8][20] B 1-7
  Yuhki Nakayama[8][20]
  X Works[7][21][17] Nissan Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 (2018) 33   Marchy Lee[7] Y 1-5
  Shaun Thong[7] 1-7
  Shinya Michimi 2, 5-7
  Modulo Drago Corse[5] Honda Honda NSX GT3 Evo 34   Ryo Michigami[5] Y 1-7
  Hiroki Otsu [ja][5]
  Panther arto Team Thailand[8] Lexus Lexus RC F GT3 35   Nattapong Horthongkum [th][8] Y 1-7
  Sean Walkinshaw[8]
  Nattavude Charoensukhawatana [th][8] 2
  NILLZ Racing[7] Nissan Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 (2017) 48   Masaki Tanaka[7] Y 1-3, 5-7
  Taiyou Iida[7]
  Teruhiko Hamano 2, 5
  Arnage Racing Mercedes-AMG Mercedes-AMG GT3 50   Masaki Kano Y 1-7
  Ryosei Yamashita
  Yuya Tezuka 2, 5
  Saitama Toyopet Green Brave Toyota Toyota Mark X MC 52   Hiroki Yoshida[17] B 1-7
  Shigekazu Wakisaka
  Autobacs Racing Team Aguri[5] Honda Honda NSX GT3 Evo 55   Shinichi Takagi [ja][5] B 1-7
  Nirei Fukuzumi[5]
  Kondo Racing[22] Nissan Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 (2018) 56   Kazuki Hiramine[19] Y 1-7
  Sacha Fenestraz[19]
  LM Corsa[8][N 1]
K-Tunes Racing[8][23][N 1]
Lexus Lexus RC F GT3 60   Hiroki Yoshimoto[8] D 1-7
  Ritomo Miyata[8] 1, 3-7
  Dominik Farnbacher 2
96   Sena Sakaguchi[8] B 1-7
  Morio Nitta [ja][8][23]
  R&D Sport[24] Subaru Subaru BRZ R&D Sport 61   Takuto Iguchi[24] D 1-7
  Hideki Yamauchi[24]
  K2 R&D LEON Racing [ja][25] Mercedes-AMG Mercedes-AMG GT3 65   Haruki Kurosawa [ja][25] B 1-5
  Naoya Gamou [ja][25] 1-7
  Togo Suganami [ja][25] 6-7
  McLaren Customer Racing Japan[26][27][28] McLaren McLaren 720S GT3 72   TBA Y TBA
  TBA
720   Seiji Ara[26] Y 1-3, 5-7
  Álex Palou[26]
  JLOC [ja] Lamborghini Lamborghini Huracán GT3 1–5
Lamborghini Huracán GT3 Evo 6
87   Tsubasa Takahashi Y 1-7
  André Couto
  Kiyoto Fujinami 2, 5
88   Takashi Kogure Y 1-7
  Yuya Motojima
  Tomei Sports [ja][7] Nissan Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 (2018) 360   Atsushi Tanaka[7] Y 1-2, 5-6
  Takayuki Aoki[17] 1-3, 5-7
  Yusaku Shibata 2, 3, 5, 7
Notes
  1. ^ a b Car No. 60 entered as LM Corsa and car No. 96 entered as K-Tunes Racing.

Driver ChangesEdit

Entering Super GTEdit

Returning to Super GTEdit

  • Seiji Ara will return to the series after a one-year absence from the series following Studie's withdrawal in 2018. He is expected to drive full-time for McLaren Customer Racing Japan.[26]
  • Tadasuke Makino will return to the series after a two-year absence from the series. Makino will enter his first full-season campaign with Nakajima Racing after having previously competed with Drago Corse in the last three races of the 2016 season.[5]
  • Manabu Orido, who returned mid-season in 2018 to replace Kota Sasaki in apr's #30 team, will return to full-time driving duties with apr in the #30 Prius.[20]

Team TransfersEdit

  • Hiroki Yoshida moves from Gainer to Saitama Toyopet Green Brave.[18][17]
  • Both Bertrand Baguette and Kosuke Matsuura left Nakajima Racing to join Real Racing and Team UpGarage, respectively.[5]
  • Series veteran João Paulo de Oliveira left Kondo Racing, ending his thirteen-year association with Nissan.[29] He moves to D'Station Racing for the 2019 season.[14]
  • Kohei Hirate returns to the GT500 class, moving from apr to NDDP by B-Max Racing.[30]
  • James Rossiter returns as a full-time driver in the GT500 class, now racing for Impul after running as a reserve driver in the 2018 season for Lexus when Kazuki Nakajima and Felix Rosenqvist were unable to race due to scheduling conflicts.[30]
  • With Team UpGarage switching from Toyota MC to Honda GT3 machinery, Yuhki Nakayama will move from Team UpGarage to apr, replacing Kohei Hirate.[20]

Leaving Super GTEdit

Team ChangesEdit

GT500Edit

  • Modulo returns to the GT500 class after they signed a deal with Nakajima Racing to become their new primary sponsor, replacing long-time sponsor Epson.[5]

GT300Edit

ResultsEdit

Round Circuit Date Class Pole Position Race Winner
1   Okayama International Circuit
Report
14 April GT500 No. 23 NISMO No. 8 ARTA
  Tsugio Matsuda
  Ronnie Quintarelli
  Tomoki Nojiri
  Takuya Izawa
GT300 No. 55 ARTA No. 96 K-Tunes LM Corsa
  Shinichi Takagi
  Nirei Fukuzumi
  Morio Nitta
  Sena Sakaguchi
2   Fuji Speedway
Report
4 May GT500 No. 23 NISMO No. 38 Lexus Team ZENT Cerumo
  Tsugio Matsuda
  Ronnie Quintarelli
  Yuji Tachikawa
  Hiroaki Ishiura
GT300 No. 56 Kondo Racing No. 11 GAINER
  Kazuki Hiramine
  Sacha Fenestraz
  Katsuyuki Hiranaka
  Hironobu Yasuda
3   Suzuka Circuit
Report
26 May GT500 No. 36 Lexus Team au Tom's No. 36 Lexus Team au Tom's
  Kazuki Nakajima
  Yuhi Sekiguchi
  Kazuki Nakajima
  Yuhi Sekiguchi
GT300 No. 25 Tsuchiya Engineering No. 96 K-Tunes LM Corsa
  Takamitsu Matsui
  Kimiya Sato
  Morio Nitta
  Sena Sakaguchi
4   Chang International Circuit
Report
30 June GT500 No. 6 Lexus Team LeMans Wako's No. 6 Lexus Team LeMans Wako's
  Kazuya Oshima
  Kenta Yamashita
  Kazuya Oshima
  Kenta Yamashita
GT300 No. 25 Tsuchiya Engineering No. 10 GAINER
  Takamitsu Matsui
  Kimiya Sato
  Kazuki Hoshino
  Keishi Ishikawa
5   Fuji Speedway
Report
4 August GT500 No. 23 NISMO No. 6 Lexus Team LeMans Wako's
  Tsugio Matsuda
  Ronnie Quintarelli
  Kazuya Oshima
  Kenta Yamashita
GT300 No. 52 Saitama Toyopet Green Brave No. 87 JLOC
  Hiroki Yoshida
  Shigekazu Wakisaka
  Tsubasa Takahashi
  André Couto
  Kiyoto Fujinami
6   Autopolis
Report
8 September GT500 No. 17 Keihin Real Racing No. 39 Lexus Team SARD
  Koudai Tsukakoshi
  Bertrand Baguette
  Heikki Kovalainen
  Yuichi Nakayama
GT300 No. 25 Tsuchiya Engineering No. 60 LM Corsa
  Takamitsu Matsui
  Kimiya Sato
  Hiroki Yoshimoto
  Ritomo Miyata
7   Sportsland SUGO
Report
22 September GT500 No. 17 Keihin Real Racing No. 3 NDDP Racing with B-Max
  Koudai Tsukakoshi
  Bertrand Baguette
  Frédéric Makowiecki
  Kohei Hirate
GT300 No. 61 R&D Sport No. 55 ARTA
  Takuto Iguchi
  Hideki Yamauchi
  Shinichi Takagi
  Nirei Fukuzumi
8   Twin Ring Motegi
Report
3 November GT500
GT300

Championship StandingsEdit

Drivers' championshipsEdit

Scoring system
Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th Pole
Points 20 15 11 8 6 5 4 3 2 1 1
Fuji 500 Miles 25 18 13 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1

GT500Edit

Driver Ranking GT500 2019 Series[36]
Rank Driver OKA‡
 
FUJ
 
SUZ
 
CHA
 
FUJ
 
AUT
 
SUG
 
MOT
 
Points
1   Kazuya Oshima
  Kenta Yamashita
13 8 3 1 1 6 6 70
2   Ryo Hirakawa
  Nick Cassidy
12 7 2 2 4 3 4 63
3   Tsugio Matsuda
  Ronnie Quintarelli
2 2 Ret 11 3 13 3 49.5
4   Heikki Kovalainen
  Yuichi Nakayama
11 4 5 5 Ret 1 7 44
5   Yuji Tachikawa
  Hiroaki Ishiura
8 1 6 7 Ret 4 11 38.5
6   Kohei Hirate
  Frederic Makowiecki
4 6 9 6 11 11 1 36
7   Koudai Tsukakoshi
  Bertrand Baguette
14 5 Ret 13 8 2 5 33
8   Naoki Yamamoto
  Jenson Button
15 3 13 12 2 Ret 8 32
9   Tomoki Nojiri
  Takuya Izawa
1 9 4 Ret 7 5 12 31
10   Yuhi Sekiguchi 9 Ret 1 9 Ret 10 10 26
  Kazuki Nakajima 9 1 9 Ret 10 10 26
11   Narain Karthikeyan
  Tadasuke Makino
10 10 11 10 10 7 2 23.5
12   Yuji Kunimoto
  Sho Tsuboi
6 13 7 3 9 8 13 23.5
13   Daiki Sasaki 3 12 10 8 5 12 14 17.5
  James Rossiter 3 12 10 8 5 14 17.5
14   Mitsunori Takaboshi
  Jann Mardenborough
5 14 8 4 Ret 9 15 16
15   Hideki Mutoh
  Daisuke Nakajima
7 11 12 Ret 6 14 9 10
16   Katsumasa Chiyo 12 0
-   Ritomo Miyata Ret -
Rank Driver OKA‡
 
FUJ
 
SUZ
 
CHA
 
FUJ
 
AUT
 
SUG
 
MOT
 
Points
Colour Result
Gold Winner
Silver 2nd place
Bronze 3rd place
Green Points finish
Blue Non-points finish
Non-classified finish (NC)
Purple Retired (Ret)
Red Did not qualify (DNQ)
Did not pre-qualify (DNPQ)
Black Disqualified (DSQ)
White Did not start (DNS)
Withdrew (WD)
Race cancelled (C)
Blank Did not participate (DNP)
Excluded (EX)

Notes:

‡ – The race at Okayama was red flagged after completing 30 laps. Due to less than 75% of the scheduled distance being completed, half points were awarded to the classified finishers.

GT300Edit

Driver Ranking GT300 2019 Series[37]
Rank Driver OKA‡
 
FUJ
 
SUZ
 
CHA
 
FUJ
 
AUT
 
SUG
 
MOT
 
Points
1   Shinichi Takagi
  Nirei Fukuzumi
2 2 6 9 6 6 1 61.5
2   Morio Nitta
  Sena Sakaguchi
1 16 1 14 15 5 3 47
3   Nobuteru Taniguchi
  Tatsuya Kataoka
8 6 4 12 8 4 2 41.5
4   Kazuki Hiramine
  Sacha Fenestraz
5 4 18 2 7 8 5 41
5   Takashi Kogure
  Yuya Motojima
10 3 19 5 5 3 20 36.5
6   Naoya Gamou 6 5 14 3 Ret 7 4 31.5
7   Tsubasa Takahashi
  André Couto
16 11 17 7 1 Ret 26 29
8   Katsuyuki Hiranaka
  Hironobu Yasuda
21 1 9 8 9 15 22 28
9   Shigekazu Wakisaka
  Hiroki Yoshida
3 13 27 23 2 24 8 27.5
10   Hiroki Yoshimoto 7 9 10 15 22 1 19 25
11   Kiyoto Fujinami 11 1 25
12   Ritomo Miyata 7 10 15 22 1 19 23
13   Kazuki Hoshino
  Keishi Ishikawa
Ret 10 12 1 14 10 15 22
14   Haruki Kurosawa 6 5 14 3 Ret 19.5
15   Ryo Michigami
  Hiroki Otsu
9 26 7 10 3 11 13 19
16   Takuto Iguchi
  Hideki Yamauchi
4 28 3 11 10 Ret 28 18
17   Takamitsu Matsui
  Kimiya Sato
Ret 18 5 4 26 16 27 17
18   Alex Palou
  Seiji Ara
19 14 13 Ret 2 12 15
19   Natsu Sakaguchi
  Yuya Hiraki
Ret Ret 2 17 17 18 15
20   Shaun Thong Ret 7 28 6 16 19 6 14
21   Takashi Kobayashi
  Kosuke Matsuura
11 12 15 24 4 9 10 13
22   Togo Suganami 7 4 12
23   Richard Lyons
  Ryuichiro Tomita
13 8 8 13 13 13 7 10
24   Shinya Michimi 7 16 19 6 9
25   Marchy Lee Ret 7 28 6 16 5
26   Dominik Farnbacher 9 2
27   Naoki Yokomizo
  Kyosuke Mineo
15 22 22 16 19 22 9 2
Rank Driver OKA‡
 
FUJ
 
SUZ
 
CHA
 
FUJ
 
AUT
 
SUG
 
MOT
 
Points

Notes:

‡ – The race at Okayama was red flagged after completing 30 laps. Due to less than 75% of the scheduled distance being completed, half points were awarded to the classified finishers.

NotesEdit

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