Japan’s top sports car series features two classes.
GT500 is the playground of Honda, Lexus and Nissan and drivers like Jenson Button, Heikki Kovalainen, Kazuki Nakajima, Ryo Hirokawa. In 2020 the class will share regulations with the DTM.
GT300 sees a big grid of GT3 cars and similar, from Mercedes, Porsche, Audi, Nissan, Honda, BMW, Aston Martin, McLaren.
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*Correct at 12 February 2019*
2019 Autobacs Super GT
|14 Apr||Okayama 300km|
|4 May||Fuji 500km|
|26 May||Suzuka 300km|
|30 Jun||Buriram 300km|
|4 Aug||Fuji 500 Miles|
|8 Sep||Autopolis 300km|
|22 Sep||Sugo 300km|
|3 Nov||Motegi 250km|
Only one change, Autopolis moves from October to September to place itself before Sugo instead of after it.
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