1995 All Japan Grand Touring Car Championship

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1995 All Japan Grand Touring Car Championship
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The 1995 All Japan Grand Touring Car Championship was the second season of the All-Japan Grand Touring Car Championship. For the third successive year, the GT1 champion was the #1 Calsonic Nissan Skyline GT-R driven by Masahiko Kageyama and the GT2 class champion was the #70 Gaikokuya Nissan Skyline driven by Yoshimi Ishibashi and Kaoru Hoshino.

Schedule[edit]

Round Race Circuit Date
1 Suzuka GT 300 Japan Suzuka Circuit April 2
2 All Japan Fuji GT Race Japan Fuji Speedway May 4
3 HiLand GT&F3 Race Japan Sendai Hi-Land Raceway June 25
4 Japan Special GT-Cup Japan Fuji Speedway August 13
5 SUGO GT Championship Japan Sportsland SUGO September 10
6 Sanyo Shinpan Cup Grand Touring Car Endurance Race Japan Mine Circuit October 1

Season results[edit]

Round Circuit GT1 Winning Team GT2 Winning Team
GT1 Winning Drivers GT2 Winning Drivers
1 Suzuka Circuit #1 Calsonic Hoshino Racing GT-R #70 Team Gaikokuya Nissan Skyline
Japan Masahiko Kageyama Japan Yoshimi Ishibashi
Japan Kaoru Hoshino
2 Mt. Fuji #33 Team Taisan Porsche 911 GT2 #70 Team Gaikokuya Nissan Skyline
Japan Hideshi Matsuda
Japan Kaoru Iida
Japan Yoshimi Ishibashi
Japan Kaoru Hoshino
3 Sendai #36 Castrol TOM'S Toyota Supra #7 RE Amemiya Mazda RX-7
Japan Masanori Sekiya
Germany Michael Krumm
Japan Hironori Takeuchi
Japan Haruhiko Matsumoto
4 Mt. Fuji #3 Hasemi Motorsports GT-R #72 Makiguchi Engineering BMW M3
Japan Masahiro Hasemi Japan Morio Makiguchi
Japan Takayuki Kinoshita
5 Sportsland SUGO #35 Team Taisan Porsche 911 GT2 #31 Cobra Racing Team Porsche 993
United Kingdom Anthony Reid
Japan Masahiko Kondo
Japan Seiichi Sodeyama
Japan Katsunori Iketani
6 Mine Circuit #34 Team Taisan Porsche 911 GT2 #7 RE Amemiya Mazda RX-7
Japan Hideshi Matsuda
Japan Keiichi Suzuki
Japan Hironori Takeuchi
Japan Haruhiko Matsumoto

Point Ranking[edit]

GT1 Class (Top 5)[edit]

Drivers[edit]

Rank Drivers Number/Team Points Wins
1 Japan Masahiko Kageyama #1 Calsonic Hoshino Racing Skyline GT-R 67 1
2 Japan Masahiro Hasemi #3 Hasemi Motorsports Skyline GT-R 61 1
3 Japan Toshio Suzuki #55 NISMO Skyline GT-R 58 0
4 Japan Hideshi Matsuda #33 Team Taisan Porsche 911 GT2
#34 Team Taisan Porsche 911 GT2
44 1
5 Germany Michael Krumm #36 Castrol TOM'S Toyota Supra 46 1

GT2 Class (Top 5)[edit]

Drivers[edit]

Rank Drivers Number/Team Points Wins
1 Japan Yoshimi Ishibashi
Japan Kaoru Hoshino
#70 Team Gaikokuya Nissan Skyline 79 2
2 Japan Hironori Takeuchi
Japan Haruhiko Matsumoto
#7 RE Amemiya Mazda RX-7 57 2
3 Japan Tsuyoshi Yamagishi #71 Makiguchi Engineering BMW M3 53 0
4 Japan Norio Makiguchi #72 Makiguchi Engineering BMW M3 50 1
5 Japan Katsunori Iketani #31 Cobra Racing Team Porsche 993 50 1

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