1999 JGTC season

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1999 JGTC season
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The 1999 JGTC season was the 6th season of Japan GT premiere racing. The GT500 class of that season was the Pennzoil Nismo GT-R driven by Érik Comas and Satoshi Motoyama and the GT300 class champion was the MOMOCORSE A'PEX MR2 driven by Morio Nitta and Shinichi Takagi.

Schedule[edit]

Round Race Circuit Date
1 Suzuka GT 300 Japan Suzuka Circuit March 21
2 All JPN Fuji GT Race Japan Fuji Speedway May 2
3 SUGO GT Championship Japan Sportsland SUGO May 30
4 CP Mine GT Race Japan Mine Circuit July 11
5 JPN Special GT Cup Japan Fuji Speedway August 8
6 GT Championship in TI Japan TI Circuit September 26
7 Motegi GT Championship Race Japan Twin Ring Motegi October 24
NC Nicos Cup GT AllStar Japan Autopolis November 28

Season results[edit]

Round Circuit GT500 Winning Team GT300 Winning Team
GT500 Winning Drivers GT300 Winning Drivers
1 Suzuka Japan #18 Takata Honda NSX Japan #19 WedsSport Toyota Celica
Japan Juichi Wakisaka
Japan Katsutomo Kaneishi
Japan Takahiko Hara
Japan Manabu Orido
2 Mt. Fuji Japan #100 Raybrig Honda NSX Japan #25 MOMOCORSE A'PEX Toyota MR2
Japan Kunimitsu Takahashi
Japan Akira Iida
Japan Shinichi Takagi
Japan Morio Nitta
3 Sportsland SUGO Japan #36 Castrol TOM'S Toyota Supra Japan #15 Xanavi ARTA Nissan Silvia
Japan Takuya Kurosawa
Japan Masanori Sekiya
Japan Yuji Ide
Japan Takeshi Tsuchiya
4 Mine Circuit Japan #1 Pennzoil Nissan Skyline GT-R Japan #15 Xanavi ARTA Nissan Silvia
Japan Satoshi Motoyama
France Erik Comas
Japan Yuji Ide
Japan Takeshi Tsuchiya
5 Mt. Fuji Japan #6 ESSO TOM'S Toyota Supra Japan #26 STP Advan Taisan Porsche 911 GT3 R
Japan Hideki Noda
Australia Wayne Gardner
Japan Hideshi Matsuda
Germany Dominik Schwager
6 TI Circuit Japan #64 Mobil 1 Honda NSX Japan #15 Xanavi ARTA Nissan Silvia
Japan Hidetoshi Mitsusada
Netherlands Tom Coronel
Japan Yuji Ide
Japan Takeshi Tsuchiya
7 Twin Ring Motegi Japan #36 Castrol TOM'S Toyota Supra Japan #26 STP Advan Taisan Porsche 911 GT3 R
Japan Takuya Kurosawa
Japan Masanori Sekiya
Japan Hideshi Matsuda
Germany Dominik Schwager
NC Autopolis Japan #64 Mobil 1 Honda NSX Japan #77 Cusco Subaru Impreza
Japan Hidetoshi Mitsusada
Netherlands Tom Coronel
Japan Tatsuya Tanigawa
Japan Katsuo Kobayashi

Point Ranking[edit]

GT500 Class (Top 5)[edit]

Drivers[edit]

Rank Drivers Number/Team Points Wins
1 France Erik Comas #1 Pennzoil Nismo Nissan Skyline GT-R 77 1
2 Japan Takuya Kurosawa
Japan Masanori Sekiya
#36 Castrol TOM'S Toyota Supra 73 2
3 Japan Satoshi Motoyama #1 Pennzoil Nismo Nissan Skyline GT-R 69 1
4 Japan Juichi Wakisaka
Japan Katsutomo Kaneishi
#18 Takata Honda NSX 47 1
5 Netherlands Tom Coronel #64 Mobil 1 Honda NSX 41 1

GT300 Class (Top 5)[edit]

Drivers[edit]

Rank Drivers Number/Team Points Wins
1 Japan Morio Nitta #25 MOMOCORSE A'PEX Toyota MR2 73 1
2 Japan Yuji Ide
Japan Takeshi Tsuchiya
#15 Xanavi ARTA Nissan Silvia 72 3
3 Japan Takahiko Hara
Japan Manabu Orido
#19 WedsSport Toyota Celica 70 1
4 Japan Shinichi Takagi #25 MOMOCORSE A'PEX Toyota MR2 70 1
5 Japan Tetsuya Yamano
Japan Haruhiko Matsumoto
#7 RE Amemiya Mazda RX-7 58 0

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