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Old 16 Nov 2014, 11:10 (Ref:3475415)   #1
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Here is a new thread to discuss about the next Super GT season. As the calendar has the same circuits in order, it doesn't look too bad for me.

Last season Nismo was GT500 champion and they will get #1 this season. And GT300 champion was Goodsmile Racing with 0 points behind GAINER in the Drivers' Championship, but in the Teams' Championship GAINER had 98 points and GSR had 96 points, so either of them can have #0.
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Old 16 Nov 2014, 13:01 (Ref:3475444)   #2
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Here is a new thread to discuss about the next Super GT season. As the calendar has the same circuits in order, it doesn't look too bad for me.

Last season Nismo was GT500 champion and they will get #1 this season. And GT300 champion was Goodsmile Racing with 0 points behind GAINER in the Drivers' Championship, but in the Teams' Championship GAINER had 98 points and GSR had 96 points, so either of them can have #0.
I have the idea of it.
In my opinion, GSR (Goodsmile Racing) would be get the number #0 due to the driver championship.

See in 2008 SUPER GT GT500 champion is Nismo but the Team Champion is (#36) Petronas Tom's

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_GT
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2008_Super_GT_season
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_Super_GT_season
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I have the idea of it.
In my opinion, GSR (Goodsmile Racing) would be get the number #0 due to the driver championship.

See in 2008 SUPER GT GT500 champion is Nismo but the Team Champion is (#36) Petronas Tom's

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Super_GT
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2008_Super_GT_season
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/2009_Super_GT_season
I already know that they got #1 after 2008.
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I already know that they got #1 after 2008.
You mean Nismo ???

But My question is GSR would be get the number #0 since GSR get the driver championship. Do u agree with that??
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You mean Nismo ???

But My question is GSR would be get the number #0 since GSR get the driver championship. Do u agree with that??
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If RLM ends up covering the series, it'll be that much easier for me to follow.

Was kinda nice last night watching both the V8's and SGT at the same time.
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Looking forward to it. This year got hooked up, even if the new DTM-spec for the 500 is far cry from the old.

IF RLM comes along for full season, I hope they stick to the same commentary pair/trio for each weekend so that they're familiar with the format well enough to keep the commentary focused and up-to-date. Hopefully mr Collins would be one of them, his input is always welcomed. There are some same-day clashes with WEC next year, and possibly USCC and ELMS (haven't bothered to check) but I don't think it would be that huge of a problem if they have separate crew and/or feed if before.

Also, will the Toyota Prius be retired now with the 86 coming along?
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I don't think the Prius will be retired just yet. The Dome-engineered GT86 will be an addition to the GT300 grid as the car is available to small teams who don't have the budget to fabricate body shells nor buy new engines other than the GTA-badged Nissan engine.
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Prius has come on good this year. A little more time into it and they'll be real contenders. I am really looking forward to seeing the new Lotus MC Evora thats supposed to enter.
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Prius has come on good this year. A little more time into it and they'll be real contenders. I am really looking forward to seeing the new Lotus MC Evora thats supposed to enter.
JS pointed out back in September that one of the teams running a GT3 GTR is going to replace it with a MC 86 next year...apr runs one of the GT3 GTRs alongside the Prius, and it had a terrible run this year, so it could be them? apr does have a knack for building and developing their own cars (ASL Garaiya, the MR-Ss, the Corolla Axios and the current Prius) so they might prefer having a new MC car to develop along side the Prius

also, Mooncraft are building the Evora, i guess itll be the Honda Cars Tokai Dream28 team running it again like the Shiden? their GT3 Mclaren didnt have a good run either, so they probably want to get rid of it...

also...might actually be going to one of the Fuji rounds during a holiday next year...be nice to see them for real...

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There is a rumor in which Dome (#18) closes racing team business on the web.
The rumour says that Dome focuses on the constructor business.
In a word, Dome withdraws from Super GT.
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There is a rumor in which Dome (#18) closes racing team business on the web.
The rumour says that Dome focuses on the constructor business.
In a word, Dome withdraws from Super GT.
Now I guess where Yamamoto can go to...
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There is a rumor in which Dome (#18) closes racing team business on the web.
The rumour says that Dome focuses on the constructor business.
In a word, Dome withdraws from Super GT.
Then is the bad news for Honda for SUPER GT500 already, if Dome closed racing team business then Honda is already no hoped.

But in my opinion, if the other Team like Team Studie (#7) will participate GT500 then Dome might be helping that team to construct the Racing Car chassis as well since the parts in Japan are different to German constructor parts.

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Then is the bad news for Honda for SUPER GT500 already, if Dome closed racing team business then Honda is already no hoped.

But in my opinion, if the other Team like Team Studie (#7) will participate GT500 then Dome might be helping that team to construct the Racing Car chassis as well since the parts in Japan are different to German constructor parts.

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Why would they build a BMW from the ground up in Japan instead of just shipping one from Germany...theyre completely unifying the rules in a couple of years
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Why would they build a BMW from the ground up in Japan instead of just shipping one from Germany...theyre completely unifying the rules in a couple of years
But next year the technical regulation is not yet unified. The latest is 2017. Instead that, BMW can group up in Japan so the Japan privateer team will be easier than shipping one from Germany.
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