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What began as the All Japan Touring Car Championship in 1993, the series was renamed Super GT in 2005. The series features two classes – the GT500 division which features carbon fibre-tubbed factory-backed GT cars from Nissan, Lexus and Toyota – powered by twin-turbocharged, inline four-cylinder engines.

The GT300 class features both international-spec GT3 cars plus cars complying with the JAF-GT regulations.

Nissan is the most successful manufacturer in the history of Super GT – winning 19 drivers titles between the two classes.





Okayama International Circuit08April
Fuji Speedway04May
Suzuka Circuit19-20May
Chang International Circuit, Thailand01July
Fuji Speedway05August
Sportsland SUGO16September
Twin Ring Motegi11November