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Toyota has managed to eradicate the weaknesses of the Lexus LC500 with its new GR Supra SUPER GT contender, believes former series champion Heikki Kovalainen.
Sacha Fenestraz was hastily dropped from the Renault junior programme two years ago, but so impressive was the Frenchman on the Japanese racing ladder in 2019 that he earned himself another factory contract.
R-Motorsport says entering the top class of SUPER GT is a “very appealing and exciting” proposition following its exit from the DTM.
Toyota has revealed the driver roster for its return to SUPER GT in 2020, after taking over from the entry from its luxury arm Lexus.
Nissan driver Katsumasa Chiyo believes his year out of SUPER GT was not wasted, because of what he learnt as a pitlane reporter in Super Formula.
Nissan has revealed its driver roster for the 2020 SUPER GT season, with James Rossiter being replaced by Kazuki Hiramine.
Honda has refreshed its SUPER GT line-up for the 2020 season in the wake of departures of three GT500 drivers, including ex-Formula 1 star Jenson Button.
Only a couple of question marks remain concerning the make-up of the 2020 SUPER GT field, with James Rossiter's future at Nissan among the final aspects to be determined.
Naoki Yamamoto says he is interested in competing internationally off the back of his maiden Formula 1 run this year, but has no desire to represent Honda in the NTT IndyCar Series.
It's not too far from starting competition.
This year, Nick Cassidy completed the unofficial ‘triple crown’ of titles in Japanese motorsport, but the under-appreciated Kiwi’s ambitions stretch further than the Land of the Rising Sun, as he tells Jamie Klein.
Toyota-affiliated squad Team Cerumo/Inging Motorsport has announced an expansion of its efforts in both SUPER GT and Super Formula for 2020.