2007 Japan Le Mans Challenge season

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2007 Japan Le Mans Challenge season
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The 2007 Japan Le Mans Challenge season was the second for the Japan Le Mans Challenge, a series created by the SERO and sanctioned by the ACO. It began on May 13, 2007 and ended on October 27, 2007 after 4 races.

Schedule[edit]

On October 29, 2006, during the Okayama 1000 km, SERO announced their schedule for the 2007 season, adding a fourth race at Fuji.

Rnd Race Circuit Date
1 Sportsland Sugo 1000 km Sportsland SUGO May 13
2 Fuji 1000 km Fuji Speedway June 3
3 Motegi 1000 km Twin Ring Motegi July 22
4 Okayama 1000 km Okayama International Circuit October 27

Season results[edit]

Overall winner in bold.

Rnd Circuit LMP1 Winning Team LMP2 Winning Team GT1 Winning Team GT2 Winning Team
LMP1 Winning Drivers LMP2 Winning Drivers GT1 Winning Drivers GT2 Winning Drivers
1 Sugo Japan #22 Hitotsuyama Racing Japan #18 AIM Sports Japan #21 Hitotsuyama Racing Japan #27 Team Kawamura
Japan Hideki Noda
Japan Shinsuke Yamazaki
Japan Yuji Aso
Japan Masayuki Yamashita
Japan Masaru Tomizawa
Japan Akira Iida
Japan Tomonobu Fujii
Japan Koji Aoyama
Japan Sinichi Takagi
Japan Morio Nitta
2 Fuji
Report
Japan #22 Hitotsuyama Racing Japan #18 AIM Sports Japan #21 Hitotsuyama Racing Japan #27 Team Kawamura
Japan Hideki Noda
Japan Shinsuke Yamazaki
Japan Yuji Aso
Japan Masaru Tomizawa
Japan Yoshitaka Kuroda
Japan Akira Iida
Japan Tomonobu Fujii
Japan Koji Aoyama
Japan Sinichi Takagi
Japan Morio Nitta
3 Motegi Japan #22 Hitotsuyama Racing Japan #15 Max Racing Japan #21 Hitotsuyama Racing Japan #27 Team Kawamura
Japan Hideki Noda
Japan Shinsuke Yamazaki
Japan Toshiya Itou
Japan Masayuki Ueda
Japan Kazuyoshi Takamizawa
Japan Akira Iida
Japan Tomonobu Fujii
Japan Koji Aoyama
Japan Sinichi Takagi
Japan Morio Nitta
4 Okayama Japan #16 Team Mugen Japan #18 AIM Sports Japan #21 Hitotsuyama Racing Japan #20 Hitotsuyama Racing
Japan Haruki Kurosawa
Japan Shinji Nakano
Japan Masaru Tomizawa
Japan Yuuji Asou
Japan Tsubasa Kurosawa
Japan Akira Iida
Japan Tomonobu Fujii
Japan Mikio Hitotsuyama
Japan Hideo Fukuyama
Japan Yukinori Taniguchi
Japan Yukihiro Hane

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