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Toshihiro Kaneishi

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Toshihiro Kaneishi
Toshihiro Kaneishi 2010 Motorsport Japan.jpg
Kaneishi in 2010.
NationalityJapan Japanese
Born (1978-12-19) December 19, 1978 (age 41)
Osaka Prefecture (Japan)
Related toKatsutomo Kaneishi (cousin)[1]
Super GT career
Debut seasonJGTC
Current teamReal Racing
Car number17
Former teamsAutobacs Racing Team Aguri, Hasemi Motorsport, Team Kunimitsu
Starts83
Wins1
Best finish2nd in 2013
Previous series
200204, 0608, 12Formula Nippon
Championship titles
2001German Formula Three Championship

Toshihiro Kaneishi (金石 年弘, Kaneishi Toshihiro, born December 19, 1978 in Osaka Prefecture, Japan) is a Japanese racing driver. He has competed in such series as Formula Nippon and Super GT.

Racing record

Complete JGTC/Super GT results

(key) (Races in bold indicate pole position) (Races in italics indicate fastest lap)

Year Team Car Class 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 DC Pts
2002 Team Kunimitsu with Mooncraft Honda NSX GT500 TAI FUJ
5
SUG SEP FUJ MOT MIN SUZ 20th 8
2003 Autobacs Racing Team Aguri Honda NSX GT500 TAI
11
FUJ
Ret
SUG
11
FUJ FUJ
12
MOT
8
AUT
Ret
SUZ
6
19th 9
2004 Hasemi Motorsport Nissan Fairlady Z GT500 TAI
6
SUG
6
SEP
4
TOK
3
MOT
7
AUT
Ret
SUZ
3
4th 50
2005 Hasemi Motorsport Nissan Fairlady Z GT500 OKA
3
FUJ
9
SEP
Ret
SUG
15
MOT
13
FUJ
4
AUT
3
SUZ
4
8th 42
2006 Autobacs Racing Team Aguri Honda NSX GT500 SUZ OKA FUJ SEP SUG SUZ
6
MOT AUT FUJ 22nd 13
2007 Real Racing Honda NSX GT500 SUZ
6
OKA
10
FUJ
Ret
SEP
12
SUG
Ret
SUZ
5
MOT
7
AUT
Ret
FUJ
3
14th 29
2008 Real Racing Honda NSX GT500 SUZ
8
OKA
16
FUJ
10
SEP
6
SUG
9
SUZ
Ret
MOT
15
AUT
11
FUJ
10
19th 16
2009 Real Racing Honda NSX GT500 OKA
5
SUZ
6
FUJ
12
SEP
2
SUG
6
SUZ
10
FUJ
4
AUT
Ret
MOT
3
5th 51
2010 Real Racing Honda HSV-010 GT GT500 SUZ
7
OKA
7
FUJ
5
SEP
12
SUG
1
SUZ
4
FUJ
C
MOT
3
3rd 53
2011 Real Racing Honda HSV-010 GT GT500 OKA
3
FUJ
8
SEP
3
SUG
6
SUZ
12
FUJ
3
AUT
6
MOT
7
4th 50
2012 Real Racing Honda HSV-010 GT GT500 OKA
3
FUJ
6
SEP
7
SUG
9
SUZ
10
FUJ
5
AUT
14
MOT
Ret
12th 30
2013 Real Racing Honda HSV-010 GT GT500 OKA
2
FUJ
Ret
SEP
5
SUG
Ret
SUZ
7
FUJ
2
AUT
3
MOT
2
2nd 67
2014 Real Racing Honda NSX-GT GT500 OKA
6
FUJ
Ret
AUT
Ret
SUG
3
FUJ
4
SUZ
Ret
BUR
12
MOT
15
12th 24

References

External links

Sporting positions
Preceded by
Giorgio Pantano
German Formula Three champion
2001
Succeeded by
Gary Paffett
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