Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. JGTC or the All Japan Grand Touring Car Championship, the series was renamed to Super GT in 2005. It is the top cars, 300 STICKERS PDF of sports car racing in Japan. Autobacs has served as the title sponsor of the series since 2005.

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2009 Lexus Petronas Team TOM’s SC 430 GT500 champion. Therefore, on December 10, 2004, it was announced that JGTC would be renamed « Super GT », with the goals of « challenge to the world », and « challenge to entertainment ». In 2014, Super GT and the German touring car series DTM announced the creation of « Class One », which would unify GT500’s and DTM’s technical regulations, allowing manufacturers to race in both series with a single specification of car. After some delays, full unification of technical regulations is set for 2019. Races take place on well-known Japanese race tracks such as Twin Ring Motegi, Fuji Speedway, and Suzuka Circuit, as well as smaller circuits like Sportsland Sugo.

The series made its first international expansion in 2000, holding an exhibition race at Sepang in Malaysia. Additional overseas races were planned to be held at Zhuhai in 2004, Shanghai in 2005, and Yeongam in 2013, but all three events never came to fruition. Generally, races are single events of at least 300 kilometers, though in 2011, the minimum distance was reduced to 250 km due to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami. The 1000 km Suzuka rejoined the series in 2006, becoming the longest and most prestigious race on the calendar. It was a round of the series until 2017, as the race became a part of the Intercontinental GT Challenge starting in 2018, although all GT300 cars remained eligible to participate. Fuji, replacing the 1000 km Suzuka as the series’ endurance round. As with its predecessor, the Fuji 500 mile race is the longest race on the calendar, and awards double championship points.

The names of the categories derive from their traditional maximum horsepower limit – in the early years of the series, GT500 cars would have no more than 500 horsepower, GT300 cars would max out at around 300 hp. However, the current generation of GT500 powerplants produce in excess of 650 horsepower. In both groups, the car number is assigned to the team, in which each team is allowed to choose whichever number they want as long as the number isn’t already used by any other team. The number assigned to each team is permanent, and may only change hands when the team exits the series. For easy identification, GT500 cars run white headlight covers, windshield decals, and number panels, while GT300 cars run yellow versions of those items.

The top class in Super GT, GT500, is dominated by the three largest automakers in Japan – Nissan, Honda, and Toyota. Since 2006, Toyota has been represented in GT500 by its luxury vehicle brand, Lexus, after the retirement of the Toyota Supra from the series. Since 2014, GT500 cars have been powered by twin-turbocharged, inline four-cylinder engines with two liters of displacement and producing over 650 horsepower. For many years, the Nissan Skyline GT-R, the Toyota Supra, and the Honda NSX represented their respective brands in GT500. In the earlier years of the GT500 category, a number of foreign manufacturers entered cars in the series, with varying success.