A few weeks ago Super GT held the final official test day for the 2012 season. The venue; Twin Ring Motegi. While the majority of the teams set out to gather data for the upcoming […]
OK so I lied about the whole ‘no more TAS’ thing; but I never got a chance to post up the Super GT Special. TAS is a trade show, and what better way to market your product than to slap it on a full blown, competition race car? There isn’t really, so, to my pleasant surprise, the Salon grounds were sprinkled with Super GT cars; like the Nismo built Motul/Autech GT-R. Super GT is a fairly unique series that puts excitement first. Only allowing pit stops during certain time frames, mandatory ballast for winning cars, and intake air restrictors all add to competition. Click past the break for more Super GT.
A long time ago I was visiting Ginza, and happened upon the Nissan Gallery. You can tell this was awhile back because the JGTC doesn’t exist anymore. Replaced by Super GT, the series is no longer overseen by JAF, but solely by the FIA. Upon the arrival of the 350Z, the R34 GT was retired in the class. This was Nissan’s 2006 (?) entry car. The gallery was closed, so I couldn’t get a tour inside. Maybe next time.