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2019 Suzuka GT 300km Race: Starting Drivers

GT500

  • 36 – Kazuki Nakajima
  • 37 – Ryo Hirakawa
  • 8 – Takuya Izawa
  • 12 – James Rossiter
  • 6 – Kenta Yamashita
  • 16 – Hideki Mutoh
  • 1 – Naoki Yamamoto
  • 17 – Bertrand Baguette
  • 39 – Heikki Kovalainen
  • 23 – Ronnie Quintarelli
  • 19 – Yuji Kunimoto
  • 3 – Kohei Hirate
  • 24 – Jann Mardenborough
  • 38 – Yuji Tachikawa
  • 64 – Narain Karthikeyan 🔰

GT300

  • 25 – Kimiya Sato
  • 96 – Morio Nitta
  • 5 – Yuya Hiraki
  • 61 – Hideki Yamauchi
  • 10 – Kazuki Hoshino
  • 4 – Tatsuya Kataoka
  • 34 – Ryo Michigami
  • 360 – Takayuki Aoki
  • 55 – Nirei Fukuzumi 🔰
  • 88 – Yuya Motojima
  • 21 – Richard Lyons
  • 11 – Hironobu Yasuda
  • 31 – Yuhki Nakayama
  • 720 – Seiji Ara
  • 33 – Marchy Lee 🔰
  • 2 – Hiroki Katoh
  • 30 – Manabu Orido
  • 87 – Tsubasa Takahashi 🔰
  • 7 – Tomonobu Fujii
  • 60 – Hiroki Yoshimoto
  • 56 – Sacha Fenestraz 🔰
  • 65 – Haruki Kurosawa
  • 18 – Kosuke Matsuura
  • 50 – Masaki Kano
  • 52 – Hiroki Yoshida
  • 35 – Sean Walkinshaw
  • 48 – Masaki Tanaka
  • 22 – Hisashi Wada
  • 9 – Naoki Yokomizo
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2019 Suzuka GT 300km Race: Weekend Schedule

The spring portion of the 2019 Autobacs Super GT Series concludes on the greatest weekend of international motor racing. Before the Monaco Grand Prix and the Indianapolis 500, Suzuka Circuit plays host to the third round of the Super GT season, the Suzuka GT 300km Race!

Here’s your guide to the schedule for this weekend’s action at Suzuka!


SUZUKA GT 300KM RACE – WEEKEND SCHEDULE

all times JST (UTC +9)

Saturday, 25 May 2019

8:50 AM – 10:35 AM: Official Practice (1 hour 45 minutes)
2:40 PM – 2:55 PM: GT300 Qualifying 1 (15 minutes)
3:00 PM – 3:15 PM: GT500 Qualifying 1 (15 minutes)
3:25 PM – 3:35 PM: GT300 Qualifying 2 (10 minutes)
3:43 PM – 3:53 PM: GT500 Qualifying 2 (10 minutes)

Sunday, 26 May 2019

12:55 PM – 1:15 PM: Warm-Up (20 minutes)
2:30 PM – 5:30 PM: Suzuka GT 300km Race (52 laps)


The FIA F4 Japanese Championship will be part of the support ticket, with Round 5 taking place on Saturday at 1:45 PM JST, and Round 6 on Sunday morning at 8:15 AM JST.

There is also Porsche Carrera Cup, a joint race between the Japanese and Asian championships. These races will take place on Saturday at 4:35 PM JST, and Sunday at Noon JST.

Here is the schedule converted into eight different time zones for eight key regions across Continental Asia, the Americas, Europe, and the Oceanic:

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2019 Fuji GT 500km Race: Starting Drivers

GT500 Class

23 – Ronnie Quintarelli
37 – Nick Cassidy
12 – Daiki Sasaki
16 – Hideki Mutoh
39 – Heikki Kovalainen
17 – Koudai Tsukakoshi
38 – Yuji Tachikawa
3 – Kohei Hirate
6 – Kenta Yamashita
8 – Takuya Izawa
36 – Yuhi Sekiguchi
1 – Naoki Yamamoto
24 – Mitsunori Takaboshi
19 – Sho Tsuboi
64 – Tadasuke Makino

GT300 Class

56 – Kazuki Hiramine
25 – Takamitsu Matsui
5 – Natsu Sakaguchi
11 – Hironobu Yasuda
360 – Takayuki Aoki
4 – Tatsuya Kataoka
55 – Shinichi Takagi
34 – Hiroki Otsu
7 – Tomonobu Fujii
88 – Yuya Motojima
61 – Takuto Iguchi
96 – Sena Sakaguchi
65 – Naoya Gamou
10 – Keishi Ishikawa
33 – Shawn Thong
2 – Hiroki Katoh
52 – Shigekazu Wakisaka
720 – Álex Palou
87 – André Couto
30 – Manabu Orido
21 – Richard Lyons
60 – Hiroki Yoshimoto
18 – Takashi Kobayashi
35 – Sean Walkinshaw
9 – Kyosuke Mineo
31 – Yuhki Nakayama
50 – Ryosei Yamashita
22 – Hisashi Wada
48 – Teruhiko Hamano

2019 Fuji GT 500km Race: Weekend Schedule

For twenty-five years, the Golden Week race at Fuji Speedway has been a staple of the Autobacs Super GT Series calendar! The 36th running of the Fuji 500km is this Friday and Saturday on May 3 & 4 – and here’s your look at the “weekend” schedule!


FUJI GT 500KM RACE – WEEKEND SCHEDULE

all times JST (UTC +9)

Friday, 3 May 2019

8:50 AM – 10:35 AM: Official Practice (1 hour 45 minutes)
2:30 PM – 2:45 PM: GT300 Qualifying 1 (15 minutes)
2:50 PM – 3:05 PM: GT500 Qualifying 1 (15 minutes)
3:15 PM – 3:25 PM: GT300 Qualifying 2 (10 minutes)
3:33 PM – 3:43 PM: GT500 Qualifying 2 (10 minutes)

Saturday, 4 May 2019

12:55 PM – 1:15 PM: Warm-Up (20 minutes)
2:30 PM – 5:30 PM: Fuji GT 500km Race (110 laps)


The race will have a full support ticket with the 3rd and 4th races of the FIA F4 Japanese Championship, and the Porsche Carrera Cup Japan. The FIA F4 races start at 1:25 PM on Saturday and 8:40 AM on Sunday. The PCCJ races start at 4:15 PM on Saturday, and 11:55 AM on Sunday!

Here is the schedule converted into eight different time zones for eight key regions across Continental Asia, the Americas, Europe, and the Oceanic:

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