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2019 Super GT World Awards: GT300 Driver of the Year

Every year, Super GT World honours the most excellent competitors in the GT300 class with the GT300 Driver of the Year Award, part of the 2019 Super GT World Awards.

In a field that featured over 60 top-level drivers from a grid of nearly 30 excellent teams of all sizes, GT300 gave us many, many choices to pick and choose who is the best of the best in 2019. Who will it be?

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2018 Super GT World Awards: GT300 Driver of the Year

Every year, Super GT World honours the most outstanding performers in the Autobacs Super GT Series with the Super GT World Awards.

We are proud to announce the GT300 Driver of the Year, honouring the most outstanding individual driver in the ultra-competitive second class of Super GT.

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2017 Super GT World Awards: GT300 Driver of the Year

Every year, Super GT World honours the most outstanding performers in the Autobacs Super GT Series with the Super GT World Awards.

Super GT World recognizes the most outstanding individual driver per each category with the Driver of the Year awards. In the GT300 class, there were more than 60 full-time competitors in the most competitive field of all time. But only one driver could be given our prestigious Driver of the Year award for the “super sanbyaku” class.

Before announcing our finalists and winners, first, a recognition of the drivers worthy of honourable mention…

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Goodsmile Racing remain unchanged for 2018 title defense

This Saturday, the reigning three-time GT300 champions Goodsmile Racing with Team UKYO announced their plans for the 2018 racing season.

Three-time Drivers’ Champions Nobuteru Taniguchi and Tatsuya Kataoka will remain the drivers of the GSR Hatsune Miku Mercedes-AMG GT3, which will once again carry the GT300 champion’s number 0 as they did in 2012 and 2015.

The team also announced their entry into the 2018 Suzuka 10 Hours, with Kamui Kobayashi joining the team as their third driver for the revamped 47th running of the Suzuka summer endurance race.

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