Road racing/Endurance Racing drivers Edit
Super GT drivers Edit
with pages in Japanese Wikipedia
Drifting drivers Edit
Masatoshi Asamoto, D1GP
Kazuya Bai, D1GP
Caper Canul, Formula D
Drift Samurai, D1GP
Hiroshi Fukuda, D1GP
Mitsuru Haruguchi; D1GP, Formula D
Toru Inose, D1GP
Yuuki Izumida, D1GP
Hisashi Kamimoto, D1GP
Ken Maeda, D1GP
Yukio Matsui, D1GP
Kazuyoshi Okamura, D1GP
Bill Sherman, Formula D
Michihiro Takatori, D1GP, Formula D
Gen Terasaki, D1GP
Masayoshi Tokita, D1GP
Akinori Utsumi, D1GP Paul Vlasblom
Stock car drivers Edit
Motor racing teams Edit
CoolCava Racing, Porsche Sports Cup Scandinavia and Porsche GT3 Cup racing team http://www.coolcavaracing.eu
American Spirit Team Johansson, CART and Indy Lights team owned by ex-F1 and CART competitor Stefan Johansson (some info available within Johansson's page)
Bee☆R, or Bee*Racing, Japanese tuning house and drifting team (D1GP regular)
BimmerWorld Racing, Speed World Challenge competitor and race winner owned by James Clay http://www.bimmerworldracing.com
Hayhoe Racing, Early 1990's CART team employing Jimmy Vasser in his early IndyCar career before signing with Chip Ganassi Racing
Jim Hall Racing, former CART IndyCar team, drivers included John Andretti, Teo Fabi, and, finally, Gil de Ferran.
Leader Cards Racing multi-Indy 500 winner
Luigi Racing, Raced BMW   and Alfa Romeo    in ETCC, Le Mans 24 Hours  and Spa 24 Hours  .
Rocky Robinson http://www.rocky-robinson.com
Signal Auto; Japanese tuning house, famous in import drag racing for its chop top Civic
Suzuki Endurance Racing Team, most successful FIM Endurance World Championship team
Top 1 Ack Attack, Motorcycle land speed racing team. (current record holders / FIM certification 360.913 mph)
Yashio Factory, Japanese tuning house and drifting team, a regular in D1GP
Compass 360 Racing- currently participating successfully in the Continental Tire Sports Car Challenge and the Pirelli World Challenge
Whelen Racing- Rolex Sports Car Series team, formerly in the World Challenge Motorsports In Action - Currently racing in IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge ( https://www.motorsportsinaction.com)
Templates for the following IndyCar teams: (many lesser-known stock car teams have templates)
GP2 Series cars Edit
Super GT (JGTC) teams Edit Teams who are or were regulars
5Zigen International (aka Team 5Zigen), 2001 Formula Nippon champion, also known as a brand of alloy wheels
Blitz (company), Japanese manufacturer of aftermarket components, arch rival of HKS (company), also famous in D1GP for Ken Nomura's ER34 Skyline
Cerumo, Formula Nippon regular
Cars Tokai Dream28, formerly Honda Cars Tokai, 2008 GT300 champion
Kondo Racing, and Formula Nippon, redirect ro Masahiko Kondo, its team owner
Kraft (racing team)
Japan Lamborghini Owner's Club
Nova Engineering, 1992 Japanese Formula 3000 champion
Okura Rotary Racing
Taisan International, 2000 24 Hours of Le Mans class winner
Team Takeuchi Tsuchiya Engineering
Moto2 Motorcyles Edit
I note that it seems that none of the motorcycles in the Moto2 championship
2018 Moto2 season have articles. I'm not sure how notability works for individual racing motorcycles, but list the models here in case someone else does.
Teena Gade - Female motorsport engineer in the World Rally Championship.
Kourtney Hungerford - Professional Athlete, Known as the OG of Freestyle Snowmobiling. From West Yellowstone, MT.
Scott A. Robinson
Eddie Gossage - owner of the Texas Motor Speedway
Gordon Brown (racer) - (req. prior 2008-04-02) - (1938-2003), Canadian race car driver and inventor of the automotive restraint
W. Hulsey Smith- NASCAR, IndyCar, Harding Road, Team Owner- A young enterpernureal team owner in NASCAR Nationwide Series and IndyCar who founded Harding Road with a partner David Gravelle. Harding Road is based in Dallas, and a recent article was published about Smith in the May 15th issue of American Way Magizine. Referecne http://www.americanwaymag.com/05152009
Ed Lynch Jr., Sprint Car drivernet.
Andrew Craig - CART CEO from 1994 to 2000, before being replaced by Bobby Rahal and then Joseph Heitzler.
John von Neumann (racing driver) - (Dec. 16, 1921 – Dec. 24, 2003) Co-founder of the California Sports Car Club, winner of early SCCA races, leading importer and seller of Ferrari, Porsche, and Volkswagen on the West Coast, widely noted Ferrari collector, not to be confused with the more famous computer scientist John von Neumann. Jack Nicholls - Commentator
Motorsport by country Edit
Owner/driver (or owner-driver) - commonly found in sports car racing and NASCAR, IndyCars and sports car racing, in which the team owner drives the car or one of the cars
Intercontinental Formula - A set of rules for single-seater racing for outdated F1 material with 3.0 L engines, used in the 1961 season, tangentially served as the basis for Tasman Series 2.5 L rules.
7-post shaker rig Virginia Beach Beast - First Monster Tank/ First and Second Monster Tank Rollover. ( USHRA Monster Tank)
Intervention Marshalling - Set up in 2010 to improve the effectiveness of first response intervention marshalling,
interventionmarshals.co.uk is growing rapidly and now has members across the world.