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Defending Super GT champion Jenson Button has called on his Kunimitsu Honda team to work on its one-lap pace ahead of next weekend’s season opener at Okayama.
G-Drive Racing boss Roman Rusinov says the rebranding of its Oreca LMP2 car is "just the start" of the team's new tie-up with Russian luxury car maker Aurus.
The Garage 59 Aston Martin squad has revealed a driver line-up including Top Gear's Chris Harris and factory racer Jonny Adam for its first campaign with the British manufacturer in the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup.
The HubAuto Corsa Ferrari 488 won the second round of the Intercontinental GT Challenge at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca, Nick Foster, Tim Slade and Miguel Molina beating the GruppeM Mercedes AMG-GT3 of Maxi Buhk, Maxi Gotz and Raffaele Marciello.
Three Super GT cars will race in the 2019 DTM season finale at Hockenheim as a precursor to their first joint race at Fuji in November.
Aston Martin has had no presence in Super GT for the last six years. But now that it is back in the Japan-based series with its new generation Vantage GT3, it means business.
Lexus drivers Nick Cassidy and Kenta Yamashita have suggested that Honda did not show its hand during the first pre-season Super GT test of 2019.
Ricardo Juncos says that this weekend’s Circuit of The Americas race remains his team’s only confirmed IndyCar event, although he has potential sponsorship deals for at least three more races, while he also continues the search for a second IMSA full-timer.
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The Lexus brand is perhaps more associated with building luxury cars than outright performance machinery, but it’s aiming to change that preconception with its GT racing program in America.
Pirelli World Challenge SprintX stars Wei Lu and Jeff Segal have confirmed their fulltime racing plans in the European Le Mans Series in 2019, bringing their Ferrari of Vancouver backing to the JMW Motorsport squad.
The Lexus Racing program in the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship’s GT Daytona class must achieve a level of success before a move to DPi will be considered, says Toyota Racing Development boss David Wilson.
While Nissan has culled many of its drivers, arguably its most successful and highest profile gamer-turned-racer Jann Mardenborough has kept his place. Will he be the last of the manufacturer-backed motorsport sim graduates?
One of the Nurburgring Nordschleife-based VLN series’ most established teams has quit the championship over a dispute surrounding a last-minute power reduction for GT3-spec cars.
Nissan Super GT drivers Jann Mardenborough and Frederic Makowiecki are both confident the Yokohama-based manufacturer will bounce back from its 2018 struggles this year.
SRO chief Stephane Ratel believes this year’s bumper grid for the revamped Blancpain GT World Challenge is due to a revised format that offers teams better value for their race programs.
IMSA boss Scott Atherton has all but ruled out following the FIA World Endurance Championship's lead in opening its doors up to road-derived hypercars for its next-generation rules in 2022.
Meyer Shank Racing team co-owner Mike Shank has lamented the bad luck that both of his entries suffered in last weekend's Sebring 12 Hours, the second round of the IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship.
Brendon Hartley has hailed the job of his Action Express Racing team after following up his Sebring 1000 Miles WEC podium finish with another top-three finish in the IMSA Sebring 12 Hours.
Ford GT driver Ryan Briscoe says his spin on the penultimate lap of last Saturday’s Sebring 12 Hours was a result of his determination to beat the #911 Porsche to the GT Le Mans class victory, and the need slice through GT Daytona traffic.