Each the third spherical of the SUPER GT season from Twin Ring Motegi and the WEC 6 Hours of Monza might be broadcast dwell on Motorsport.tv on July 18, that means premium viewers can get pleasure from a bumper haul of racing motion on what we’re calling ‘Tremendous Sportscar Sunday’.
The day’s occasions are scheduled to start at 1.10pm native time (5.10am UK time), when the 63-lap SUPER GT race commences with an enormous 44-car grid in the summertime warmth.
The primary two races of the SUPER GT season have been gained by two completely different groups, with the Rookie Racing Toyota GR Supra taking honours at Okayama and the Actual Racing Honda NSX-GT popping out on high at Fuji, and a 3rd completely different winner in as many races is extremely probably because the championship’s system of success handicaps goals to maintain issues as open as potential.
Toyota squads TOM’S, Cerumo and SARD, in addition to Honda outfits Kunimitsu and ARTA and the manufacturing unit NISMO Nissan group are more likely to be among the many protagonists this time round.
The SUPER GT race might be adopted by the third spherical of the WEC season at Monza, which serves as the ultimate preparation for the groups earlier than subsequent month’s Le Mans 24 Hours.
A variety of one-off entries on the historic Italian observe has given the championship its largest grid measurement since its inaugural season in 2012, with 37 vehicles set to do battle throughout 4 courses. Among the many notable additions are a second Le Mans Hypercar from Glickenhaus Racing and long-time Ferrari GT squad Risi Competizione making its LMP2 debut.
Toyota Gazoo Racing might be seeking to make it three wins from three to this point this yr, however will as soon as once more face opposition from Glickenhaus and Alpine’s grandfathered LMP1 automobile. In the meantime, Ferrari might be hoping for a house win within the GTE Professional ranks in opposition to Porsche, with Italian heroes Alessandro Pier Guidi and Gianmaria Bruni set to go head-to-head.
The six-hour race is ready to get underway at 12pm native time (11am UK time). Sit again and watch all of the motion unfold on motorsport.tv – click here. (not out there in Germany, NZ, Japan, North America or South America)