Not even the addition of a former GT500 champion driver could keep Team Mach from avoiding the GT300 cellar for the second consecutive season, a disheartening run of form in 2016 to say the least.
With one of the quickest machines in GT300 and a resurgent Hiroki Katoh carrying the team, Cars Tokai Dream28 and their Mooncraft Lotus Evora MC endured a shockingly dismal 2016 campaign. Continue reading 2016 Review: Cars Tokai Dream28
Perennial backmarkers for a number of years in the GT500 class, Nakajima Racing have made very little forward progress in the current decade. Their form in 2016 did nothing to change this current run of perplexing futility, finishing last in the standings for the fourth consecutive season.
One of Super GT’s older independents, Tomei Sports lagged well behind their fellow Nissan stablemates in GT300 this season.