Records

All statistics are counted since the start of the 1994 All Japan Grand Touring Car Championship season (except where otherwise noted).

Most Career Races

1st: Morio Nitta – 162 entries (161 starts)
2nd: Satoshi Motoyama – 159 entries (158 starts)
3rd: Manabu Orido – 155 entries (154 starts)
4th: Masami Kageyama – 152 entries (151 starts)
5th: Yuji Tachikawa – 149 entries (148 starts)
6th: Shinichi Takagi – 146 entries (143 starts)
7th: Takeshi Tsuchiya – 142 entries (140 starts)
8th: Daisuke Ito – 139 entries (138 starts)
9th: Tetsuya Tanaka – 138 entries (137 starts)
10th: Juichi Wakisaka – 137 entries (136 starts)

Most Championships by Driver, GT500

1st: Ronnie Quintarelli – 4 times (2011, 2012, 2014, 2015)
2nd: Masahiko Kageyama – 3 times (1993*, 1994, 1995)
T-2: Satoshi Motoyama – 3 times (2003, 2004, 2008)
T-2: Yuji Tachikawa – 3 times (2001, 2005, 2013)
T-2: Juichi Wakisaka – 3 times (2002, 2006, 2009)
6th: Érik Comas – 2 times (1998, 1999)
T-6: Kohei Hirate – 2 times (2013, 2016)
T-6: Michael Krumm – 2 times (1997, 2003)
T-6: André Lotterer – 2 times (2006, 2009)
T-6: Tsugio Matsuda – 2 times (2014, 2015)
T-6: Masataka Yanagida – 2 times (2011, 2012)

*Kageyama is commonly recognized as the champion driver of the 1993 All-Japan Grand Touring Car Race, a series of exhibition events that preceded the JGTC and Super GT, driving a Nissan Skyline GT-R built to regulations that would eventually form the basis of present-day GT500.

Most Championships by Driver, GT300

1st: Morio Nitta – 3 times (1996, 1999, 2002)
T-1st: Tetsuya Yamano – 3 times (2004, 2005, 2006)
3rd: Hideo Fukuyama – 2 times (1997, 2000)
T-3: Kazuki Hoshino – 2 times (2008, 2010)
T-3: Tatsuya Kataoka – 2 times (2009, 2014)
T-3: Manabu Orido – 2 times (1997, 2009)
T-3: Keiichi Suzuki – 2 times (1996, 1998)
T-3: Nobuteru Taniguchi – 2 times (2011, 2014)
T-3: Masataka Yanagida – 2 times (2003, 2010)

Most Wins by Driver, GT500

1st: Tsugio Matsuda – 18 wins
2nd: Yuji Tachikawa – 17 wins
3rd: Satoshi Motoyama – 16 wins
4th: Ronnie Quintarelli – 12 wins
T-4: Daisuke Ito – 12 wins
T-4: Ralph Firman – 12 wins
T-4: Benoît Tréluyer – 12 wins
8th: Juichi Wakisaka – 11 wins
9th: João Paulo Lima de Oliveira – 9 wins
10th: Takashi Kogure – 8 wins
T-10: Ryo Michigami – 8 wins
T-10: Richard Lyons – 8 wins

Most Wins by Driver, GT300

1st: Morio Nitta – 18 wins
2nd: Shinichi Takagi – 17 wins
3rd: Nobuteru Taniguchi – 16 wins
4th: Takayuki Aoki – 12 wins
5th: Kazuki Hoshino – 11 wins
6th: Tetsuya Yamano – 10 wins
T-6: Keiichi Suzuki – 10 wins
8th: Kota Sasaki – 9 wins
9th: Tomonobu Fujii – 8 wins
T-9: Tatsuya Kataoka – 8 wins

Most Wins by Team, GT500

1st: NISMO – 27 wins
2nd: Lexus Team TOM’s – 19 wins
3rd: Lexus Team Cerumo – 18 wins
T-3: Honda Dome Racing (formerly Mugen x Dome Project) – 18 wins
5th: Team Impul – 16 wins
6th: Autobacs Racing Team Aguri – 11 wins
T-6: Nakajima Racing – 11 wins
8th: Kondo Racing – 7 wins
T-8: Team Kunimitsu – 7 wins
T-8: Lexus Team LeMans – 7 wins

Most Wins by Team, GT300

1st: Team Taisan – 24 wins
2nd: Autobacs Racing Team Aguri – 18 wins
3rd: apr Racing (formerly A’PEX) – 16 wins
4th: Team Tsuchiya (Tsuchiya Engineering) – 11 wins
5th: R&D Sport – 10 wins
T-5: Gainer – 10 wins
T-5: RE Amemiya – 10 wins
T-5: Racing Project Bandoh – 10 wins
9th: Goodsmile Racing – 8 wins
10th: BMW Team Studie – 6 wins
T-10: Team Daishin – 6 wins

*Includes joint entries by two or more teams now existing as single entities.

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