Super GT title, won with Team Impul and Nismo in 2022. Racing with Kazuki Hiramine, the pair secured four podiums including a win at Suzuka.
Baguette also won the Formula Renault 3.5 Series in 2009 and took LMP2 class victory at the 2013 24 Hours of Le Mans on his way to that year's WEC title.
seasons racing with Nismo in Super GT. Hiramine first raced with the marque for Kondo Racing in 2019, before switching to Team Impul, where he won the title alongside Bertrand BAguette in 2022.
Now in his fifth season with Nismo, Hiramine has won twice in Super GT and finished on the podium on eight further occasions.
years ago, Chiyo made his debut in Super GT, racing a Nissan GT-R in the GT300 category, winning in only his fourth race.
Since then, Chiyo has combined his Super GT commitments with other championships around the world.
victories in Super GT in 2022 at Takaboshi and teammate Katsumasa Chiyo finished runners-up in the drivers' standings.
Takaboshi won the 2017 Japanese Formula 3 title, securing seven victories and nine further podiums on his way to the title.
years since Quintarelli first raced in Japan, competing in the country in every season since.
The Italian racer has competed in Super GT with Nismo since 2008, winning four titles in that time period.
Super GT title with Nismo. Matsuda won both the 2014 and 2015 championships, racing a Nissan GT-R.
An extremely experienced racer, Matsuda has been racing in Super GT since 2000, when it was called All Japan Grand Touring Car Championship.
consecutive season with a Super GT podium driving for Nismo.
A four-time race winner in Japanese Formula 3, Sasaki has solely concentrated on Super GT since 2017, regularly finishing in the top three, with wins in the GT300 class.
victories in his Super GT career to date, including two titles and a win in his debut year with Nissan in 2019 at Sportsland Sugo.
Hirate's career includes victories in Formula Nippon and European Formula 3, along with a GP2 podium.
The experienced Belgian driver enjoyed a strong junior career and tested F1 machinery for both Renault and BMW Sauber. Baguette also races in IndyCar and the World Endurance Championship, winning the title and the 24 Hours of Le Mans in the LMP2 class. He then moved his racing career to Japan and has been a regular in Super GT since 2014, winning the title in 2022 with Team Impul and Nismo.