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Yamaha clinched its fourth successive win in the Suzuka 8 Hours after an early challenge from Kawasaki subsided at the midpoint of the race.
Yamaha holds a comfortable 18-second advantage in the Suzuka 8 Hours after the race-leading Kawasaki nearly ran out of fuel just before the halfway mark.
Three-time World Superbikes champion Jonathan Rea broke the Suzuka 8 Hours lap record to put Kawasaki on provisional pole for the 41st running of the Japanese endurance classic.
World Superbike rider Leon Camier will complete the factory Honda team's line-up for the Suzuka 8 Hour endurance race next month, the Japanese marque has announced.
Yamaha will field an unchanged line-up of Katsuyuki Nakasuga, Alex Lowes and Michael van der Mark for the second successive year as it chases a fourth straight win in Suzuka 8 Hours.
Ex-Formula 1 world champion Jenson Button says he "couldn't have wished for more" from his maiden Super GT campaign after taking over the championship lead last weekend.
Tomoki Nojiri and Takuya Izawa claimed pole position for Super GT’s Suzuka round as ex-Formula 1 world champion Jenson Button qualified on the front row.
Mugen driver Naoki Yamamoto claimed an authoritative win in the opening round of the Super Formula season at Suzuka.
Naoki Yamamoto topped qualifying for the opening round of the new Super Formula season at Suzuka, leading a Mugen Honda 1-2.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Kamui Kobayashi drew first blood as testing for the 2018 Super Formula season began at Suzuka on Monday.
Honda will field a full factory bike in the Suzuka 8 Hours for the first time in a decade next season.
Ex-Formula 1 driver Kazuki Nakajima topped the second and final day of Super Formula rookie and manufacturers test on Thursday.
The organisers of the Japanese Super Formula championship have defended their decision to cancel last weekend's Suzuka season finale, revealing why it couldn’t be postponed to a later date.
Red Bull protege Pierre Gasly admits he found his Super Formula title defeat “hard to accept” after both of Sunday's races at the Suzuka season finale were cancelled.
Hiroaki Ishiura has been declared the 2017 Super Formula champion after the final round of the season at Suzuka was cancelled due to a typhoon that is set to hit the track on Sunday.