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  1. Button's Super GT team revealed by HondaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 11 |

    Honda has revealed how Jenson Button will fit into its line-up for his first full season in Japan's Super GT series. After a debut outing in Super GT's showpiece Suzuka 1000km race last year, Button was strongly linked with a full-time move to the Japanese series for 2018.


  2. Suzuka 1000km: Nissan takes shock pole, Button ninthRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 26, 2017 |

    The #24 Kondo Nissan crew of Joao Paulo de Oliveira and Daiki Sasaki claimed a surprise pole position for the Suzuka 1000km race, as 2009 Formula 1 world champion Jenson Button qualified ninth on his Super GT debut. Oliveira, who was nominated by Kondo Racing to take part in the second leg of qualifying, lapped the Suzuka circuit in 1m47.74s to secure Nissan's first pole position of the year.


  3. Suzuka 1000km preview: Button tackles Japan's biggest raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 25, 2017 |

    We preview the 46th and the final running of Japan's biggest sportscar race, the Suzuka 1000km, where Formula 1 star Jenson Button is set to grab the headlines. The Suzuka 1000km is the longest-running and the most prestigious on the Super GT calendar.


  4. Sugo Super GT: Nojiri leads Honda 1-2-3 in qualifyingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 22, 2017 |

    Honda teams locked the top three spots in the Super GT qualifying at Sugo, with Tomoki Nojiri sealing pole position in the #8 ARTA NSX-GT. Nojiri clocked a time of 1m10.915s around the 3.7-km track, beating Naoki Yamamoto - who drives the #100 Raybrig Honda entry alongside Takuya Izawa - by six tenths of a second.


  5. Jenson Button to race NSX-GT at Suzuka round of 2017 Super GT SeriesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2017 | MotorAuthority

    Following Fernando Alonso's stint in last weekend's Indianapolis 500 , his former teammate at the McLaren Formula One team, Jenson Button, plans to test out Japan's Super GT touring car series. Honda has confirmed that Button, who is currently a reserve driver for the McLaren F1 team, which sources power units from Honda, will race at the Suzuka round of the 2017 Super GT Series scheduled for August 27. Button will drive a Honda NSX-GT fielded by Team Mugen in the 1,000-kilometer race held on the famous Suzuka Circuit.


  6. Jenson Button to race in Super GT series at legendary Suzuka circuitRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2017 | Western Gazette

    Button will race in the Suzuka 1000km race on August 27 and will partner Hideki Mutoh and Daisuke Nakajima in a Honda NSX-GT ran by Team Mugen. The Frome racer will test the car at the legendary Japanese circuit next week ahead of the race later in the summer.


  7. F1: Button to contest Suzuka 1000kmRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 2, 2017 |

    Team Mugen has announced that Jenson Button will join the team for a one-off race in the Super GT Series, GT500 class. The 2009 F1 world champion, who made a one-off return to the grid to contest the Monaco GP last week, will drive a Honda NSX-GT at the Suzuka 1000km, Round 6 of the SUPER GT series .


  8. Autopolis Super GT: Yamamoto takes Honda's second pole of the seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    May 20, 2017 |

    The #100 Team Kunimitsu crew of Naoki Yamamoto and Takuya Izawa secured pole position for the Autopolis round of Super GT in a Honda NSX-GT. 2013 Super Formula champion Yamamoto and Izawa appeared as a formidable team already on Saturday morning, leading a Honda 1-2 in free practice.


  9. Okayama Super GT: Hirakawa, Cassidy win season openerRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 9, 2017 |

    The Team TOM'S duo Ryo Hirakawa and Nick Cassidy won the opening round of the new Super GT season at Okayama, as Lexus squads locked out the top six. The race got off to a delayed start after three Hondas stopped on the formation lap, including the polesitting ARTA car of Tomoki Nojiri and Takashi Kobayashi.


  10. Okayama Super GT: ARTA upsets Lexus teams to take poleRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 8, 2017 |

    The ARTA Honda duo of Tomoki Nojiri and Takashi Kobayashi claimed pole position for the opening round of the 2017 Super GT season in Okayama. In an incident-packed qualifying session, which was interrupted by two red flags and a brief shower, Kobayashi set the benchmark time of 1m20.604s to claim ARTA's first pole position since 2010.