Since its launch as the All-Japan GT Championship in 1994 (becoming Super GT in 2005), the popular series had gone from strength to strength. Motul is a long and loyal partner in this highly competitive arena through its successful technical partnerships with different teams, beginning with NISMO in 2003 and expanding to others subsequently.
Motul and Japan’s Super GT Championship: A Stronger and Enhanced Collaboration
In 2017, up to 45 cars would compete in each of the eight rounds, with the entries being split between two classes: the 600bhp+ GT500 category and the huge, multi-marque GT3...
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