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2016 Super GT Series

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

2016 Super GT Series
Previous: 2015 Next: 2017
Support series:
F4 Japanese Championship
2016 GT500 champions, #39 Denso Kobelco SARD Lexus RC F.
2016 GT500 champions, #39 Denso Kobelco SARD Lexus RC F.
2016 GT300 champions, #25 VivaC Team Tsuchiya Toyota 86 MC.
2016 GT300 champions, #25 VivaC Team Tsuchiya Toyota 86 MC.

The 2016 Autobacs Super GT Series was the twenty-fourth season of the Japan Automobile Federation Super GT Championship including the All Japan Grand Touring Car Championship (JGTC) era, and the twelfth season under the name Super GT. It was the thirty-fourth overall season of a national JAF sportscar championship dating back to the All Japan Sports Prototype Championship. The season began on April 10 and ended on November 13, after 8 races.

Schedule

Round Race Circuit Date
1 Okayama GT
300 km
Japan Okayama International Circuit April 10
2 Fuji GT
500 km
Japan Fuji Speedway May 4
4 Sugo GT
300 km
Japan Sportsland SUGO July 24
5 Fuji GT
300 km
Japan Fuji Speedway August 7
6 45th International Suzuka 1000km
1000 km
Japan Suzuka Circuit August 28
7 Buriram United Super GT Race
300 km
Thailand Chang International Circuit October 9
3 Motegi GT
250 km I[1]
Japan Twin Ring Motegi November 12
8 Motegi GT
250 km II[1]
November 13

Calendar Changes

  • The Super GT in Kyushu 300km at Autopolis was scheduled for May 22nd as the third round of the season but was subsequently cancelled in the aftermath of the 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes. On May 20th, series organizers announced that the final weekend at Twin Ring Motegi would host two 250 kilometer races, with the race on Saturday being promoted as "Round 3" of the championship as it replaces the Autopolis race.
  • The SUGO GT 300km was brought forward to July from its previous date in September.
  • The overseas round at Buriram, Thailand was moved from its 2015 date of June to October. The series first visited the circuit in October 2014.
2016 Japanese venues
2016 International venue

Drivers and Teams

The BMW M6 GT3 (top-left), Ferrari 488 GT3 (top-right), Lamborghini Huracán GT3 (bottom-left), and Mercedes-AMG GT3 (bottom-right) all made their debuts in the GT300 class this season.

GT500

Team Make Car No. Drivers Tyre Rounds
Japan Nismo[2] Nissan Nissan GT-R 1 Japan Tsugio Matsuda M All
Italy Ronnie Quintarelli All
Japan Lexus Team LeMans WAKO'S [ja][3] Lexus Lexus RC F 6 Italy Andrea Caldarelli B All
Japan Kazuya Oshima All
Japan Autobacs Racing Team Aguri[4] Honda Honda NSX-GT 8 Japan Kosuke Matsuura B All
Japan Tomoki Nojiri All
Japan Team Impul[2] Nissan Nissan GT-R 12 Brazil João Paulo de Oliveira B All
Japan Hironobu Yasuda All
Japan Drago Modulo Honda Racing[4] Honda Honda NSX-GT 15 Japan Hideki Mutoh B All
United Kingdom Oliver Turvey 1-2, 4-6
Japan Tadasuke Makino 3, 7-8
Japan Keihin Real Racing[4] Honda Honda NSX-GT 17 Japan Takashi Kogure B All
Japan Koudai Tsukakoshi All
Japan Lexus Team WedsSport Bandoh[3] Lexus Lexus RC F 19 Japan Yuji Kunimoto Y All
Japan Yuhi Sekiguchi All
Japan Kondo Racing[2] Nissan Nissan GT-R 24 Japan Daiki Sasaki Y All
Japan Masataka Yanagida All
Japan Lexus Team TOM'S[3] Lexus Lexus RC F 36 New Zealand Nick Cassidy B All
Japan Daisuke Ito All
37 Japan Ryō Hirakawa B All
United Kingdom James Rossiter All
Japan Lexus Team ZENT [ja] Cerumo [ja][3] Lexus Lexus RC F 38 Japan Hiroaki Ishiura B All
Japan Yuji Tachikawa All
Japan Lexus Team SARD[3] Lexus Lexus RC F 39 Japan Kohei Hirate B All
Finland Heikki Kovalainen All
Japan MOLA [ja][2] Nissan Nissan GT-R 46 Japan Satoshi Motoyama M All
Japan Katsumasa Chiyo 1–4, 6-8
Japan Mitsunori Takaboshi [ja] 5
Japan Nakajima Racing[4] Honda Honda NSX-GT 64 Belgium Bertrand Baguette D All
Japan Daisuke Nakajima All
Japan Team Kunimitsu[4] Honda Honda NSX-GT 100 Japan Takuya Izawa B All
Japan Naoki Yamamoto All

GT300

Team Make Car No. Drivers Tyre Rounds
Japan Gainer Racing [ja][5] Nissan Nissan GT-R GT3 0 Macau André Couto D All
Japan Ryuichiro Tomita All
Mercedes-AMG Mercedes-AMG GT3 11 Japan Katsuyuki Hiranaka All
Sweden Björn Wirdheim All
Japan Cars Tokai Dream28 [ja][5] Lotus Lotus Evora 2 Japan Hiroki Katoh [ja] Y All
Japan Kazuho Takahashi [ja] All
Japan Tadasuke Makino 6
Japan NDDP Racing [ja][5] Nissan Nissan GT-R GT3 3 Japan Kazuki Hoshino Y All
United Kingdom Jann Mardenborough All
Japan Goodsmile Racing & Team Ukyo[5] Mercedes-AMG Mercedes-AMG GT3 4 Japan Tatsuya Kataoka [ja] Y All
Japan Nobuteru Taniguchi All
Japan Team Mach[5] Toyota Toyota 86 5 Japan Tetsuji Tamanaka [ja] Y 1–2, 6, 3, 8
Japan Junichiro Yamashita 1–2, 4-6
Japan Masami Kageyama 2, 4-6, 3, 8
Japan BMW Team Studie[5] BMW BMW M6 GT3 7 Japan Seiji Ara Y All
Germany Jörg Müller All
Brazil Augusto Farfus 6[6]
Japan Gulf Racing with Pacific[5] Porsche Porsche 911 GT3 R 9 Japan Ryohei Sakaguchi [ja] Y All
Japan Hiroki Yoshida All
Belgium Dylan Derdaele 2
Japan Team Up Garage [ja] with Bandoh[5] Toyota Toyota 86 18 Japan Yuhki Nakayama Y All
Japan Shinnosuke Yamada All
Japan Audi Sport Team Hitotsuyama [ja][5] Audi Audi R8 LMS 21 Japan Tomonobu Fujii D All
United Kingdom Richard Lyons All
Japan R'Qs Motor Sports[5] Mercedes-Benz Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 22 Japan Masaki Jyonai Y All
Japan Hisashi Wada All
Japan Tohjiro Azuma 6
Japan VivaC team Tsuchiya [ja][5] Toyota Toyota 86 25 Japan Takamitsu Matsui Y All
Japan Takeshi Tsuchiya [ja] All
Japan Kenta Yamashita 6[7]
Japan Team Taisan SARD[5] Audi Audi R8 LMS ultra (Rd. 1)

Audi R8 LMS (Rd. 2, 4-6, 3, 8)

26 Japan Shogo Mitsuyama [ja] Y 1-2, 4-6
Japan Yuya Motojima [ja] 1-2, 4-6, 3, 8
Japan Tsubasa Kondo 3, 8
Thailand Vattana Motorsport[5] BMW BMW M6 GT3 28 Thailand Chonsawat Asavahame [th] Y 7
Australia Morgan Haber 7
Japan apr [ja][5] Toyota Toyota Prius 30 Japan Hiroaki Nagai [ja] Y All
Japan Kota Sasaki All
31 Japan Yuichi Nakayama B All
Japan Koki Saga [ja] All
Japan Excellence Porsche Team KTR[5] Porsche Porsche 911 GT3 R 33 Japan Naoya Yamano [ja] Y All
Germany Jörg Bergmeister 1–2, 7, 3, 8
Germany Tim Bergmeister 4
Japan Yuya Sakamoto 5-6
Thailand Toyota Team Thailand[5] Toyota Toyota 86 35 Thailand Nattavude Charoensukhawatana [th] Y 7
Thailand Piti Bhirombhakdi [th] 7
Japan Dijon Racing[5] Nissan Nissan GT-R GT3 48 Japan Hiroshi Takamori Y 1-2, 4, 6
Japan Masaki Tanaka 1–2, 6
Japan Takayuki Aoki 2, 4-6, 3, 8
Japan Mitsunori Takaboshi [ja] 5, 3, 8
Japan Arnage Racing[5] Mercedes-Benz Mercedes-Benz SLS AMG GT3 50 Japan Rintaro Kubo Y All
Japan Hideto Yasuoka [ja] All
Japan Masaki Kano 2
Japan LM corsa [ja][5] Ferrari Ferrari 488 GT3 51 Japan Morio Nitta [ja] Y All
Japan Akihiro Tsuzuki [ja] All
Japan Shigekazu Wakisaka [ja] 2, 6
Lexus Lexus RC F GT3 60 Japan Akira Iida All
Japan Hiroki Yoshimoto All
Japan Autobacs Racing Team Aguri[5] BMW BMW M6 GT3 55 Japan Takashi Kobayashi B All
Japan Shinichi Takagi [ja] All
Japan R&D Sport[5] Subaru Subaru BRZ 61 Japan Takuto Iguchi D All
Japan Hideki Yamauchi [ja] All
Japan Lamborghini Team Direction[5] Lamborghini Lamborghini Huracan GT3 63 Japan Naoki Yokomizo [ja] Y All
South Africa Adrian Zaugg All
Japan K2 R&D Leon Racing[5] Mercedes-AMG Mercedes-AMG GT3 65 Japan Naoya Gamou Y All
Japan Haruki Kurosawa [ja] All
Japan JLOC [ja][5] Lamborghini Lamborghini Huracan GT3 87 Japan Shinya Hosokawa [ja] Y All
Japan Kimiya Sato All
Japan Taiyo Iida 2, 6
88 Japan Kazuki Hiramine All
Japan Manabu Orido All
Japan Lamborghini Team Direction Shift[5] Lamborghini Lamborghini Huracan GT3 108 Japan Kyosuke Mineo [ja] 1–2, 5-6, 3, 8
Italy Kei Cozzolino Y 1–2
New Zealand Jono Lester 5-6
Japan Hironori Takeuchi 6, 3, 8
Japan Rn-sports[5] Mercedes-AMG Mercedes-AMG GT3 111 Japan Kazuya Tsuruta Y All
Japan Masayuki Ueda [ja] All
Japan Keisuke Ishihara 6
Japan Tomei Sports [ja][5] Nissan Nissan GT-R GT3 360 Japan Yusaku Shibata Y 1-2, 4-6, 3, 8
Japan Atsushi Tanaka [ja] 1–2, 5-6, 3, 8
Japan Shota Kiyohara 2, 4, 6

Driver Changes

Team Transfers

  • Andrea Caldarelli switched from the KeePer TOM's team to the Wako's LeMans team.
  • Yuji Kunimoto moved over from Team LeMans to drive for the WedsSport BANDOH team.
  • Two-time and defending 1000 km Suzuka winner James Rossiter switched from the Petronas TOM's team to the KeePer TOM's team.
  • Takashi Kogure and Hideki Mutoh swapped seats within the Honda fleet. Mutoh moved to Drago Modulo Honda Racing alongside Oliver Turvey, while Kogure joined Koudai Tsukakoshi at Keihin Real Racing.
  • Katsumasa Chiyo stepped up to the GT500 class for 2016 driving for MOLA, after helping GAINER secure their first GT300 championship last season.
  • Masataka Yanagida moved from MOLA to Kondo Racing, his third different team in four seasons.
  • After participating in selected rounds last year, Ryuichiro Tomita became a full-time driver of the #0 GAINER Nissan GT-R.
  • Kota Sasaki drove a second Toyota Prius GT for apr.

Entering Super GT

Leaving Super GT

  • Three-time GT500 champion Juichi Wakisaka announced his retirement from racing at the Toyota Gazoo Racing press conference on February 4. He will stay in the series as the team principal of Lexus Team Wako's LeMans.
  • Inaugural GT Academy champion Lucas Ordóñez returned to racing in Europe, competing in the Blancpain GT Series for NISMO RJN Motorsport.
  • Mitsunori Takaboshi [ja] left the series after a successful rookie season with NDDP to drive in Blancpain GT. However, he returned for the fourth race of the season at Fuji Speedway.
  • Former GT500 champion Michael Krumm had no plans to race in Super GT in 2016 after competing for Kondo Racing last season.
  • Alexandre Imperatori left Super GT to focus on his World Endurance Championship campaign with Rebellion Racing.
  • Former 24h Nürburgring winner Christian Mamerow [de] did not return to the series after running a partial campaign with Audi Team Racing Tech.

Team Changes

GT500

  • Au replaced Petronas as the title sponsor of the number 36 TOM's RC-F.
  • Petrochemical company WAKO's replaced Eneos as the title sponsor of Team Le Mans.
  • Forum Engineering took over from D'Station as the title sponsor of Kondo Racing.

GT300

  • Goodsmile Racing with Team UKYO, the number 11 GAINER team, LEON Racing, and Rn-sports fielded the new Mercedes-AMG GT3.
  • EVA Racing became the primary sponsor of the Rn-sports AMG.
  • apr fielded two new Toyota Prius GTs, with the number 31 car on Bridgestone tyres, and the number 30 on Yokohama tyres.
  • Audi Team Hitotsuyama debuted the second-generation Audi R8 LMS and switched from Yokohama to Dunlop Tyres.
  • BMW Team Studie and Autobacs Racing Team Aguri used the new BMW M6 GT3 in 2016. ARTA switched to BMW after the retirement of their previous Honda CR-Z, while Studie received additional support from BMW.
  • Gulf Racing merged with Pacific Racing Team to form Gulf Racing with PACIFIC, fielding an all-new Porsche 911 GT3-R.
  • Excellence Porsche Team KTR also fielded the new 911 GT3-R, and received additional support from Porsche.
  • LM Corsa's number 51 team switched from BMW to the new Ferrari 488 GT3. The number 60 team continued to use the Lexus RC-F GT3.
  • JLOC was one of two teams introducing the Lamborghini Huracán GT3 to Super GT in 2016.
  • Direction Racing changed their name to Lamborghini Team Direction, and also fielded two Huracán GT3s.
  • After withdrawing from the 2015 season, Team Taisan returned to GT300 in alliance with SARD.
  • Before the start of the season, an entry was announced for Audi Team Braille, with a new 2016 Audi R8 LMS and veteran World Endurance Championship driver Pierre Kaffer. However, the team never appeared in the 2016 season.

Mid-season changes

Results

Round Circuit Date Class Pole Position Race Winner
1 Japan Okayama International Circuit
Report
10 April GT500 No. 37 Lexus Team KeePer TOM'S No. 1 Nismo
United Kingdom James Rossiter
Japan Ryō Hirakawa
Japan Tsugio Matsuda
Italy Ronnie Quintarelli
GT300 No. 25 VivaC team Tsuchiya No. 65 LEON Racing
Japan Takamitsu Matsui
Japan Takeshi Tsuchiya
Japan Naoya Gamou
Japan Haruki Kurosawa
2 Japan Fuji Speedway
Report
4 May GT500 No. 12 Team Impul No. 1 Nismo
Japan Hironobu Yasuda
Brazil Joao Paulo de Oliveira
Japan Tsugio Matsuda
Italy Ronnie Quintarelli
GT300 No. 55 ARTA No. 3 NDDP Racing
Japan Takashi Kobayashi
Japan Shinichi Takagi
Japan Kazuki Hoshino
United Kingdom Jann Mardenborough
3 Japan Sportsland SUGO
Report
24 July GT500 No. 6 Lexus Team LeMans WAKO'S No. 24 Kondo Racing
Italy Andrea Caldarelli
Japan Kazuya Oshima
Japan Daiki Sasaki
Japan Masataka Yanagida
GT300 No. 25 VivaC team Tsuchiya No. 31 apr
Japan Takamitsu Matsui
Japan Takeshi Tsuchiya
Japan Yuichi Nakayama
Japan Koki Saga
4 Japan Fuji Speedway
Report
7 August GT500 No. 12 Team Impul No. 12 Team Impul
Japan Hironobu Yasuda
Brazil Joao Paulo de Oliveira
Japan Hironobu Yasuda
Brazil Joao Paulo de Oliveira
GT300 No. 55 ARTA No. 55 ARTA
Japan Takashi Kobayashi
Japan Shinichi Takagi
Japan Takashi Kobayashi
Japan Shinichi Takagi
5 Japan Suzuka Circuit
Report
28 August GT500 No. 15 Drago Modulo Honda Racing No. 38 Lexus Team ZENT Cerumo
Japan Hideki Mutoh
United Kingdom Oliver Turvey
Japan Hiroaki Ishiura
Japan Yuji Tachikawa
GT300 No. 18 Team Up Garage with Bandoh No. 61 R&D Sport
Japan Yuhki Nakayama
Japan Shinnosuke Yamada
Japan Takuto Iguchi
Japan Hideki Yamauchi
6 Thailand Chang International Circuit
Report
9 October GT500 No. 19 Lexus Team WedsSport Bandoh No. 19 Lexus Team WedsSport Bandoh
Japan Yuji Kunimoto
Japan Yuhi Sekiguchi
Japan Yuji Kunimoto
Japan Yuhi Sekiguchi
GT300 No. 25 VivaC team Tsuchiya No. 25 VivaC team Tsuchiya
Japan Takamitsu Matsui
Japan Takeshi Tsuchiya
Japan Takamitsu Matsui
Japan Takeshi Tsuchiya
7 Japan Twin Ring Motegi
Report
12 November GT500 No. 39 Lexus Team SARD No. 24 Kondo Racing
Japan Kohei Hirate
Finland Heikki Kovalainen
Japan Daiki Sasaki
Japan Masataka Yanagida
GT300 No. 11 Gainer Racing No. 21 Audi Team Hitotsuyama
Japan Katsuyuki Hiranaka
Sweden Björn Wirdheim
Japan Tomonobu Fujii
United Kingdom Richard Lyons
8 Japan Twin Ring Motegi
Report
13 November GT500 No. 39 Lexus Team SARD No. 39 Lexus Team SARD
Japan Kohei Hirate
Finland Heikki Kovalainen
Japan Kohei Hirate
Finland Heikki Kovalainen
GT300 No. 31 apr No. 25 VivaC team Tsuchiya
Japan Yuichi Nakayama
Japan Koki Saga
Japan Takamitsu Matsui
Japan Takeshi Tsuchiya

Championship Standings

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
Suzuka 25 18 13 10 8 6 5 4 3 2 1

Drivers' championships

GT500

Driver Ranking GT500 2016 Series[8]
Rank Driver OKA
Japan
FUJ
Japan
SUG[9]
Japan
FUJ
Japan
SUZ
Japan
CHA
Thailand
MOT
Japan
MOT
Japan
Points
1 Finland Heikki Kovalainen
Japan Kohei Hirate
7 2 2 8 8 7 2 1 82
2 Japan Kazuya Oshima
Italy Andrea Caldarelli
4 5 4 9 4 3 4 2 69
3 Japan Tsugio Matsuda
Italy Ronnie Quintarelli
1 1 9 4 6 14 9 7 62
4 Japan Yuhi Sekiguchi
Japan Yuji Kunimoto
9 8 5 10 5 1 5 3 58
5 Japan Daisuke Ito
New Zealand Nick Cassidy
8 4 11 5 2 11 3 4 54
6 Japan Yuji Tachikawa
Japan Hiroaki Ishiura
6 14 3 7 1 15 6 9 52
7 Japan Daiki Sasaki
Japan Masataka Yanagida
13 9 1 Ret 12 13 1 10 43
8 Japan Hironobu Yasuda
Brazil Joao Paulo de Oliveira
5 11 Ret 1 Ret 4 7 8 43
9 United Kingdom James Rossiter
Japan Ryo Hirakawa
2 3 8 12 Ret 9 Ret 5 38
10 Japan Satoshi Motoyama 3 7 13 Ret 3 12 8 6 36
11 Japan Koudai Tsukakoshi
Japan Takashi Kogure
11 12 6 2 10 6 Ret 11 27
12 Japan Katsumasa Chiyo 3 7 13 Ret 12 8 6 23
13 Japan Hideki Mutoh 12 13 7 Ret Ret 2 12 15 20
14 Japan Naoki Yamamoto
Japan Takuya Izawa
10 Ret 10 3 7 10 10 12 20
15 Japan Kosuke Matsuura
Japan Tomoki Nojiri
Ret 6 14 6 9 8 11 13 16
16 Japan Tadasuke Makino 2 12 15 15
17 Japan Mitsunori Takaboshi 3 13
18 Japan Daisuke Nakajima
Belgium Bertrand Baguette
14 10 12 11 11 5 13 14 7
19 United Kingdom Oliver Turvey 12 13 7 Ret Ret 5
Rank Driver OKA
Japan
FUJ
Japan
SUG
Japan
FUJ
Japan
SUZ
Japan
CHA
Thailand
MOT
Japan
MOT
Japan
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)
Did not arrive (DNA)
Excluded (EX)

GT300

Driver Ranking GT300 2016 Series[10]
Rank Driver OKA
Japan
FUJ
Japan
SUG[11]
Japan
FUJ
Japan
SUZ
Japan
CHA
Thailand
MOT
Japan
MOT
Japan
Points
1 Japan Takeshi Tsuchiya
Japan Takamitsu Matsui
6 3 2 13 22 1 7 1 78
2 Japan Koki Saga
Japan Yuichi Nakayama
12 20 1 25 2 5 24 2 60
3 United Kingdom Richard Lyons
Japan Tomonobu Fujii
7 7 Ret 2 6 24 1 4 57
4 Japan Kazuki Hoshino
United Kingdom Jann Mardenborough
10 1 5 6 10 2 13 6 52
5 Japan Shinichi Takagi
Japan Takashi Kobayashi
11 2 Ret 1 14 3 Ret DNS 48
6 Japan Takuto Iguchi
Japan Hideki Yamauchi
23 11 3 3 1 Ret 23 13 47
7 Japan Nobuteru Taniguchi
Japan Tatsuya Kataoka
2 18 7 5 5 8 18 3 47
8 Macau Andre Couto
Japan Ryuichiro Tomita
8 5 11 9 3 4 5 15 38
9 Japan Katsuyuki Hiranaka
Sweden Bjorn Wirdheim
4 Ret 4 7 Ret 9 4 10 32
10 Japan Naoya Yamano 22 23 14 24 7 7 2 5 30
11 Japan Manabu Orido
Japan Kazuki Hiramine
9 25 6 4 9 10 3 Ret 30
12 Japan Haruki Kurosawa
Japan Naoya Gamou
1 Ret 16 23 8 11 9 24 26
13 Germany Jörg Bergmeister 22 23 7 2 5 25
14 Japan Yuhki Nakayama
Japan Shinnosuke Yamada
15 4 8 10 4 22 12 9 25
15 Germany Jörg Müller
Japan Seiji Ara
3 24 10 20 DNS 6 15 12 17
16 Japan Akihiro Tsuzuki
Japan Morio Nitta
5 6 9 11 11 12 11 Ret 13
17 Japan Yuya Motojima 20 15 19 8 20 6 7 12
18 Japan Tsubasa Kondo 6 7 9
19 Japan Shinya Hosokawa
Japan Kimiya Sato
13 8 22 19 17 21 8 11 6
20 Japan Shigekazu Wakisaka 6 5
21 Japan Yuya Sakamoto 24 7 5
22 Japan Ryohei Sakaguchi
Japan Hiroki Yoshida
DNS Ret 13 21 13 17 22 8 3
23 Japan Shogo Mitsuyama 20 15 19 8 20 3
24 Japan Hiroaki Nagai
Japan Kota Sasaki
14 9 18 15 24 14 16 17 2
25 Japan Takayuki Aoki 10 17 12 21 10 14 2
26 Japan Masaki Tanaka 27 10 21 1
27 Japan Hiroshi Takamori 27 10 17 21 1
28 Japan Mitsunori Takaboshi 12 10 14 1
Rank Driver OKA
Japan
FUJ
Japan
SUG
Japan
FUJ
Japan
SUZ
Japan
CHA
Thailand
MOT
Japan
MOT
Japan
Points

References

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