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Is there a Super GT Series in 2014?

Is there a Super GT Series in 2014?

The 2014 Autobacs Super GT Series was the twenty-second season of the Japan Automobile Federation Super GT Championship including the All Japan Grand Touring Car Championship (JGTC) era, and the tenth season under the name Super GT.

Which is the longest Super GT race in the world?

Furthermore, the 2016 Kumamoto earthquakes forced the GTA to cancel its Autopolis round, substituting the race with Super GT’s sole instance of a double-header event, comprising two 250 km races held at Motegi. The 1000 km Suzuka rejoined the series in 2006, becoming the longest and most prestigious race on the calendar.

Who are the manufacturers of the Super GT?

The top class in Super GT, GT500, is dominated by the three largest automakers in Japan – Nissan, Honda, and Toyota. Between 2006 to 2019, Toyota was represented in GT500 by its luxury vehicle brand, Lexus, after the retirement of the Toyota Supra from the series; the Supra returned in 2020 following the revival of the nameplate.

What’s the minimum distance for a Super GT race?

Generally, races are single events of at least 300 kilometers, though in 2011, the minimum distance was reduced to 250 km due to the 2011 Tōhoku earthquake and tsunami.

When did the 2014 Superettan season start and end?

The season started on 5 April 2014 and concluded on 2 November 2014. Hammarby IF won Superettan this season, their first title and were thus promoted to Allsvenskan after five years absence along with runners-up GIF Sundsvall who returned to the top flight after two years absence.

When did the Super League play-offs start in 2014?

The 2014 Super League play-offs took place during September and October 2014 and consisted of the top eight teams of the regular season. Super League has used a play-off system since Super League III in 1998. When introduced, 5 teams qualified for the play-offs, which was subsequently expanded to 6 teams in 2002.