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With two races to go in 2021, Honda’s Naoki Yamamoto is in a strong position to score a third SUPER GT in four years. Can any of his rivals still realistically deny him the crown?
TOM'S Toyota driver Sacha Fenestraz admits he was only at "60 percent" on his return to SUPER GT action last weekend at Autopolis, as he finally made his first start of the season in the Japanese series.
Joao Paulo de Oliveira admits last weekend's Autopolis SUPER GT round has left him pessimistic for Kondo Racing's chances of defending its GT300 title against the strength of the all-new Subaru BRZ.
Heikki Kovalainen has revealed his hopes of a first SUPER GT podium finish of the season at Autopolis were ended by an engine problem for the SARD Toyota GR Supra.
Nissan SUPER GT ace Ronnie Quintarelli admits it was "very frustrating" to only finish third in last weekend's Autopolis round as he feels his NISMO GT-R had the pace to challenge for victory.
Toshiki Oyu says his Mugen Honda SUPER GT team was 'deserted by luck' as a loose wheel ended the team's hopes of converting pole position into victory at Autopolis.
Toyota SUPER GT driver Kazuya Oshima says he is "very surprised" by the laptime that took the Rookie Racing car to within a whisker of pole position in qualifying at Autopolis.
Ukyo Sasahara put the Mugen Honda team on pole position in a tightly contested SUPER GT qualifying session at Autopolis, beating Kazuya Oshima’s Rookie Racing Toyota by just 0.007s.
Three Toyota GT500 cars have had to take fresh engines for this weekend's Autopolis SUPER GT round, and will therefore receive stop-and-go penalties during Sunday's race.
Ryo Hirakawa’s SUPER GT title chances have been dealt a further blow as his TOM’S Toyota team faces an engine change penalty in next weekend’s Autopolis race.