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THE KEEPER TOM’S GR SUPRA TEAM WINS IN SUPER GT AT FUJI

The FUJIMAKI GROUP FUJI GT 100 Lap RACE, Round 4 of the 2022 AUTOBACS SUPER GT series, took place on August 7th at Fuji Speedway (one lap 4,563 m x 99 laps) in Shizuoka Prefecture. In the GT500 class, the two young drivers of the No. 37 KeePer TOM’S GR Supra (Sacha Fenestraz/Ritomo Miyata) got … Continue reading

THE WEDSPORT ADVAN GR SUPRA WINS ITS THIRD STRAIGHT SUPER GT POLE POSITION

Official Qualifying for the FUJIMAKI GROUP FUJI GT 100 Lap RACE, Round 4 of the 2022 AUTOBACS SUPER GT series, took place on August 6th at Fuji Speedway (one lap 4,563 m) in Shizuoka Prefecture. The GT500 class Pole Position was won by Sakaguchi in the No. 19 WedsSport ADVAN GR Supra (Yuji Kunimoto/Sena Sakaguchi) … Continue reading

TRIPLE EIGHT JMR’S IBRAHIM AND FOSTER BATTLE TO GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA VICTORY AT FUJI

Prince Jefri Ibrahim and Nick Foster consolidated their place at the top of Fanatec GT World Challenge Asia Powered by AWS’s overall standings by battling to their second win of the season in Race 2 at Fuji today. Triple Eight JMR’s Mercedes-AMG took advantage of CarGuy Racing’s Success Penalty after Foster fought his way from … Continue reading

CARGUY UNSTOPPABLE AGAIN IN GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA WEEKEND OPENER AT FUJI

Takeshi Kimura and Kei Cozzolino came home comfortable winners in the first of this weekend’s two Fanatec GT World Challenge Asia Powered by AWS races at Fuji after CarGuy Racing’s Ferrari started on pole, slipped to fourth and worked its way back into contention post pitstops. Cozzolino took the chequered flag 13.5 seconds clear of … Continue reading

GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA HEADS EAST TO FUJI FOR SECOND EVENT IN AS MANY WEEKENDS

The second Fanatec GT World Challenge Asia Powered by AWS event in as many weekends takes place at Fuji International Speedway on July 22-24 when an impressive list of local teams and drivers once again goes head-to-head with continental rivals. Rounds five and six of the regular season, as well as 2022’s second Fanatec Japan … Continue reading

SUZUKA AND FUJI PRIMED FOR INAUGURAL JAPAN CUP EVENTS

The first of back-to-back Fanatec GT World Challenge Asia Powered by AWS events takes place this weekend at Suzuka International Circuit where 17 of the 25 entries will also contest the all-new Fanatec Japan Cup. Races three and four of the regular pan-continental campaign are then followed seven days later by two more 60-minute contests … Continue reading

THE ARTA NSX-GT TAKES ITS FIRST WIN OF THE SUPER GT SEASON

The FAV HOTEL FUJI GT 450km RACE, Round 2 of the 2022 AUTOBACS SUPER GT series was held on May 4th (Wed. holiday) at Fuji Speedway (one lap 4,563m × 100 laps). Big accidents caused the race to be stopped twice, resulting in its finish at the end of 62 laps, which saw the GT500 … Continue reading

SAKAGUCHI WINS SUPER GT POLE POSITION AT FUJI IN THE WEDSPORT ADVAN GR SUPRA

Official Qualifying sessions for the FAV HOTEL FUJI GT 450km RACE, Round 2 of the 2022 AUTOBACS SUPER GT series, took place on May 3rd at Fuji Speedway (one lap 4,563 m) in Shizuoka Prefecture. The GT500 class Pole Position was won by Sakaguchi in the No. 19 WedsSport ADVAN GR Supra (Yuji Kunimoto/Sena Sakamoto). … Continue reading

GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA FINALISES 2022 CALENDAR

2022’s Fanatec GT World Challenge Asia Powered by AWS calendar is now confirmed following the addition of three new circuits: the recently completed Mandalika in Indonesia, as well as Japanese venues Sugo and Okayama. The sweeping calendar changes, which will also see the previously announced Japan Cup incorporated into all four Japanese rounds, have encouraged … Continue reading

JAPAN CUP JOINS GT WORLD CHALLENGE ASIA IN 2022

2022’s Fanatec GT World Challenge Asia Powered by AWS campaign will incorporate the Japan Cup, a new ‘championship within a championship’ for Japanese teams and drivers. Points counting towards the Japan Cup classification will be awarded at four of next season’s six events. Suzuka and Fuji’s existing July dates remain unchanged and will be joined … Continue reading

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