Team Records

CHAMPIONSHIPS – GT500

RankTeamDriversTeamsTotal
1stNISMO7613
2ndTOM’s Racing¹4610
3rdTeam Cerumo²347
4thDome Racing³235
5thMOLA224
6thTeam Impul⁴213
Team Mugen⁵123
8thAutobacs Racing Team Aguri112
Team Lark McLaren⁶112
Team Kunimitsu112
SARD Racing⁷112
12thTeam Le Mans⁸101
Team Taisan011

¹ – Won the 1997 Teams’ Championship as Toyota Castrol Team. Currently Competing as Lexus Team au TOM’s and Lexus Team KeePer TOM’s.
² – Won the 1997 Teams’ Championship as Toyota Castrol Team. Competing as Lexus Team ZENT Cerumo.
³ – Won the 2000 Driver and Teams’ Championships and the 2002 Teams’ Championship as Mugen x Dome Project. Won the 2010 Driver and Teams’ Championships as Weider Honda Racing.
⁴ – Known as Hoshino Racing from 1994 to 1995.
⁵ – Won the 2000 Driver and Teams’ Championships and the 2002 Teams’ Championship as Mugen x Dome Project. Spun off from Dome Racing after the 2003 season.
⁶ – Otherwise known as Team Goh.
⁷ – Competing as Lexus Team SARD.
⁸ – Competing as Lexus Team Wako’s LeMans.

RACE WINS – GT500

RankTeamWins
1stNISMO29
2ndTOM’s Racing¹26
3rdTeam Cerumo²20
4thDome Racing³18
5thTeam Impul⁴16
6thAutobacs Racing Team Aguri⁵15
7thNakajima Racing12
8thTeam Le Mans⁷9
9thTeam Kunimitsu8
SARD Racing⁶8
11thKondo Racing7
12thTeam Taisan5
13thHasemi Motor Sports⁸4
Team Lark McLaren⁹4
MOLA4
Team Mugen¹⁰4
17thKraft Racing3
18thMooncraft Engineering¹¹2
Real Racing2
20thRacing Project Bandoh¹²1
Team 5Zigen¹³1
Team Take One1
Tsuchiya Engineering1

¹ – Competing as Lexus Team au TOM’s and Lexus Team KeePer TOM’s.
² – Competing as Lexus Team ZENT Cerumo.
³ – Previously entered as Mugen x Dome Project (1997-2003), Dome Racing Team (2003-2004, 2007-2008), Team Honda Racing (2005-2006), Yoshiki x Dome Project (2009), Weider Honda Racing (2010-2011), Weider Modulo Dome Racing (2012-2014).
⁴ – Known as Hoshino Racing from 1994 to 1995.
⁵ – Entered as Team Honda Racing from 2005 to 2006.
⁶ – Competing as Lexus Team SARD.
⁷ – Competing as Lexus Team Wako’s LeMans.
⁸ – Masahiro Hasemi was appointed team director of NDDP Racing in 2012 (now NDDP Racing with B-Max), and the cars carry the number 3 that he used as team owner of Hasemi Motor Sports – however, these are considered two separate teams.
⁹ – Otherwise known as Team Goh.
¹⁰ – Previously entered as Mugen x Dome Project (1997-2003), spun off from Dome Racing after re-entering Super GT as M-TEC (2004-2005) and later Team Mugen (2012-2014, 2017-present).
¹¹ – Collaborated with Team Kunimitsu, entered as Team Kunimitsu with Mooncraft from 1997 to 2004.
¹² – Competing as Lexus Team WedsSport Bandoh.
¹³ – Pronounced “Go-Zigen”.

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