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Discussion in 'Motorsport' started by Suzumiya, Dec 28, 2016.
Amazing from Gran Turismo to Calsonic GTR.
Christmas came early from Nissan!
Just awesome, awesome news all around. We got a full GT500 grid, and half(ish) of the GT300 grid is set as well. Only 50 or so days left!
#12 Calsonic Impul GT-R: Hironobu Yasuda / Jann Mardenborough
#23 Motul Autech GT-R: Tsugio Matsuda / Ronnie Quintarelli
#24 Kondo Racing GT-R: Daiki Sasaki / João Paulo de Oliveira
#46 S Road MOLA GT-R: Satoshi Motoyama / Katsumasa Chiyo
#3 B-Max NDDP GT-R: Kazuki Hoshino / Mitsunori Takaboshi
Welcome the Bentley Continental GT3 to Super GT, which will be run by EIcars Bentley TTO (Teramoto Technical Office).
Former Suzuka 1000km winner and Formula Nippon vice-champion Yuji Ide will be the lead driver of the #117 EIcars Bentley Continental GT3, joined by four-time Super Taikyu class champion Ryohei Sakaguchi.
The big Cromwell has arrived to Japan, nice.
They couldn't handle Brexit or Bathurst, so they moved to Japan
The new Nismo GTR GT500-
The Hatsune Miku AMG GT3 never disappoints
Good catch, they're been Rays for a long while recently, haven't they?
I think I've seen a JGTC GT-R with Enkeis. I think the road going GT-Rs and Nismo run on Ray's. The GT-R GT3 look like Volks.
When I think about it, maybe the first GT1 GT-Rs used BBS. Lots of thinking.
Correct. Also, Rays and Volks are the same company.
Look at the Mark X ready for testing, in the team's distinct green
Already called it. That's mine this season.
Looks like the Denso Sard LC is testing in half livery, I like it
Team Kunimitsu RAYBRIG NSX-GT Phase: 01
Wasn't last year's Phase 01 really similar?
Pretty similar. It didn't have the grey, though.
I don't know why but it looks very anime-esque
Really liking the Raybrig livery.
First Super GT race I watched was their 2013 win at Okayama and I've been cheering for them since.
The Lexus looks super aggressive. Can't wait to see a few more liveries.
Basically, the Subaru gr3 in GTSport is a Mother Chassis?
Some changes in the sporting regulations for 2017. Fuel flow restrictors return to GT500 as part of the Success Ballast equation, and Sunday's 30-minute free practice session is scrapped in favor of a longer pre-grid warm up.
Seems that way to me as well. I just wish there was more interest in the Mother Chassis concept, because the cars that have spawned from it are quite cool IMO.
I've read a French article about the Lotus Evora MC and that Lotus wasn't happy with this so-called "Lotus". Almost everything except the body isn't a Lotus. But I like it, it brings variety to the GT3 field with the same cars everywhere around the world.
In truth, you could say the same for GT500 cars. The big difference is that they're all factory-backed while the "Lotus" is a privateer special.