Bridgestone Motorsport Super GT

Japan’s Premier Touring Car Series

Previously known as the All-Japan GT Championship, Super GT has evolved into a high-octane series of 8 super touring car races held on Japan's most exciting racetracks. Regularly attracting crowds of over 100,000 on race days, Super GT includes two categories, GT500 and GT300, which race simultaneously and use weighted handicaps designed to keep the action as intense as possible!

2024 Race Schedule

Mark these dates in your calendar as 40 GT cars fill the grids

Round 1

Okayama International Circuit

Mimasaka, Okayama Prefecture

Flanked by mountains and known for action-packed racing, Okayama hosted Formula One’s short-lived Pacific Grand Prix in 1994 and 1995 and continues to be the home of Japan’s national open wheel championships.

Round circuit 1

Round 2 & 4

Fuji Speedway

Fuji, Shizuoka Prefecture

An iconic and exhilarating track at the base of the majestic Mount Fuji. Renowned for its long straight and challenging hairpins, Fuji has also been part of the Formula One World Championship circuit since 2005.

Round circuit 2 and 4

Round 3 & 5

Suzuka Circuit

Suzuka City, Mie Prefecture

Famous for its overlapping figure eight shape, Suzuka is known as one of the most challenging tracks in world motorsport, demanding a high degree of technical ability and precision from every driver.

Round 3 & 5

Round 6

Sportsland Sugo

Murata, Miyagi Prefecture

Another technically demanding track for drivers, Sugo is one of Japan’s largest motorsport hubs. Look out for a challenging mix of tight corners and high speed chicanes.

Round 6

Round 7

Autopolis International Racing Course

Kamitsue, Oita Prefecture

Set amongst mountainous beauty inside Aso Kuju National Park, the Autopolis circuit features high speed turns and unpredictable weather conditions. Part of the Super GT series since 1999, it also hosts Japan’s Super Formula Championship and Superbike series.

Round 7

Round 8

Mobility Resort Motegi

Motegi, Tochigi Prefecture

Otherwise known as Twin Ring Montegi, it was originally one of two racetracks including a speedway that still hosts its own events. A mix of super-fast sections across changing elevations, Motegi hosted a leg of the Indy Car Series from 1998-2011.

Round 8
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