2018 D1 Grand Prix series

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2018 D1 Grand Prix series
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The 2018 D1 Grand Prix series is the eighteenth season for the D1 Grand Prix series. The season began on March 31 at Maishima Sports Island in Osaka, and ended on November 3 at the Odaiba Tokyo Street Course.[1] This season also marked the commencement of the new D1 Lights series, with the preseason match on January 20, at Nikko Circuit, with the season ending on December 1 at the same venue.[2]

Teams and drivers

Tire Team Car No. Drivers Round(s)
Dunlop Pacific Racing Team Nissan ER34 3 Japan Ken Nomura 1-8
Pacific Racing Team Nissan S14 14 Japan Tomohiro Murayama [jp] 1-8
Hirano Tire Toyota JZX100 22 Japan Kenji Kiguchi 1-2, 5-7
広島トヨタ team DROO-P Toyota ZN6 33 Japan Kazuki Hayashi 1-8
Tanabe SSR Team Toyota JZX100 38 Japan Tadahiro Fukada [jp] 1-3
Fat Five Racing Toyota JZX100 45 Japan Shingo Hatanaka 1-8
Silky House OTG Toyota ZN6 60 Japan Youichi Imamura 1-2
広島トヨタ team DROO-P Toyota AE85 99 Japan Kazuya Matsukawa 1-8
Goodride adidas a-unit G-meister Nissan S15 16 Japan Koji Yamaguchi 1-8
GARAGE わいず Nissan PS13 17 Japan Teruaki Shimoda 3
北九州 MSR Nissan S15 31 Japan Masaru Fuchigami 3, 5-7
MMM Chroma Racing Ferrari 550 42 Japan Kunihiko Teramachi -
Nichiei Racing Nissan S15 61 Chinese Taipei Feng Jen-Chih 1-2
Moty's West Auto Toyota JZX100 73 Japan Ikuo Saito 1-3, 5
Fat Five Racing Chevrolet C6 87 Japan Daigo Saito 1-2, 5
TCP Magic Mazda FD3S 88 Japan Manabu Fujinaka 1-2
Goodyear AST Toyota ZN6 28 Japan Masayoshi Tokita 1-8
Sunoco Lexus GSE20 48 Japan Tomoyuki Kitashiba 1-3, 5
Origin Labo. Nissan RPS13 81 Japan Kazuya Bai 1-8
Team Kunny'z Toyota GRX130 92 Japan Kuniaki Takahashi 4-7
Nankang かいとりちゃん オルビスレーシング Nissan S15 46 Japan Yoshitatsu Kaneda 6-7
D-MAX Nissan S15 70 Japan Masashi Yokoi 1-8
D-MAX Nissan S15 75 Japan Akira Hirajima 1-2
Toyo Seimi Style Drift Nissan S15 2 Japan Seimi Tanaka 5-8
Dixcel Nissan S15 6 Japan Akinori Utsumi [jp] 1-8
Team RE雨宮 K&N Mazda FD3S 7 Japan Yukio Matsui [jp] 1-8
Fun Style Racing Toyota AE86 19 Japan Noboru Morita 6-7
Samurai Kanto Mazda FC3S 21 Japan Takahiro Imamura 4-7
Team C.M.Feeling Nissan S15 23 Japan Mitsuru Murakami 1-3
Do-Luck Toyota ZN6 32 Thailand Daychapon Toyingcharoen [th] 1-8
Glion Trust Racing Nissan R35 35 Japan Masato Kawabata 1-8
TMS Racing Team Toyota JZX100 36 Japan Kazumi Takahashi 1-8
Glion Trust Racing Nissan R35 39 Japan Masao Suenaga 1-8
Used Parts Tadokoro Toyota AE86 43 Japan Yoshifumi Tadokoro 1-7
Wisteria Nissan RPS13 66 Japan Hideyuki Fujino 1-8
Team Julius Nissan RPS13 84 Hong Kong Charles Ng 1-8
TRI-ACE Team Mori パーツオフ Toyota JZX100 30 Japan Tetsuro Nakada 1-8
Team Mori パーツオフ Toyota JZX100 52 Japan Yusuke Kitaoka 1-8
Zestino Yuke's Team Orange Nissan S15 4 Japan Masanori Kohashi 1-8
Navigate KRC Nissan S14 5 Japan Takatoshi Imamaeda 1-2
K'SPEC SunRISE Racing Honda AP1 8 Japan Tetsuya Hibino 1-7
Yuke's Team Orange Nissan S15 9 Japan Naoto Suenaga 1-8
Team ZSS Racing Nissan S15 15 Japan Katsuhiro Ueo 1-8
R Magic H.D.O D1 Racing Mazda NA6CE 77 Japan Teruyoshi Iwai 1-7
Team Vertex Digicam Toyota JZZ30 78 Japan Takahiro Ueno 1-8
N/A Origin Labo. Sunoco Nissan S14 12 Japan Yoshikazu Kawakami 1-2

Schedule

2018 D1 Grand Prix race locations
Round Venue Date Winner Report
1 Maishima Sports Island, Osaka Prefecture March 31 Japan Shingo Hatanaka Report
2 April 1 Japan Hideyuki Fujino Report
3 Autopolis, Ōita Prefecture April 14–15 Japan Masashi Yokoi Report
4 Tokachi International Speedway, Hokkaido Prefecture June 9–10 Japan Masashi Yokoi Report
5 Tsukuba Circuit, Ibaraki Prefecture July 21–22 Japan Yukio Matsui Report
6 Ebisu Circuit, Fukushima Prefecture August 25 Japan Masanori Kohashi Report
7 August 26 Japan Masashi Yokoi Report
8 Odaiba, Tokyo Metropolis November 3 Japan Akinori Utsumi Report

Drivers' rankings

D1GP

Pos. Driver[3] Car Rd.1 Rd.2 Rd.3 Rd.4 Rd.5 Rd.6 Rd.7 Rd.8 Total
1 Japan Masashi Yokoi Nissan S15 20 9 30 30 DSQ 25 30 22 166
2 Japan Masato Kawabata Nissan R35 25 12 22 22 17 17 20 11 134
3 Japan Naoto Suenaga Nissan S15 11 16 25 25 22 DSQ 7 12 118
4 Japan Masao Suenaga Nissan R35 22 20 12 1 16 15 25 111
Japan Yusuke Kitaoka Toyota JZX100 22 25 1 1 7 20 16 20 111
6 Japan Hideyuki Fujino Nissan RPS13 17 30 17 11 20 9 DSQ 6 110
7 Japan Yukio Matsui Mazda FD3S 6 17 1 1 30 12 22 16 104
8 Japan Shingo Hatanaka Toyota JZX100 30 11 16 17 1 1 11 1 87
9 Japan Akinori Utsumi Nissan S15 7 12 11 17 30 77
10 Japan Katsuhiro Ueo Nissan S15 16 10 15 6 16 1 10 74
11 Thailand Daychapon Toyingcharoen [th] Toyota ZN6 15 1 10 25 1 9 8 69
12 Japan Takahiro Ueno Toyota JZZ30 1 14 20 9 10 1 9 64
13 Japan Masanori Kohashi Nissan S15 DSQ 1 9 1 30 8 14 63
14 Japan Charles Ng Nissan RPS13 10 5 5 12 14 1 15 62
15 Japan Seimi Tanaka Nissan S15 14 8 14 17 53
16 Japan Kazuya Bai Nissan RPS13 20 11 1 11 1 1 45
17 Japan Tetsuro Nakada Toyota JZX100 14 10 1 8 5 38
Japan Kazumi Takahashi Toyota JZX100 12 1 14 10 1 38
19 Japan Koji Yamaguchi Nissan S15 7 15 5 5 1 33
20 Japan Masayoshi Tokita Toyota ZN6 15 7 1 1 1 7 32
21 Japan Tomohiro Murayama Nissan S14 8 1 1 6 12 1 29
22 Japan Kazuki Hayashi Toyota ZN6 9 15 1 25
23 Japan Kazuya Matsukawa Toyota AE85 8 1 5 1 7 1 1 24
24 Japan Ken Nomura Nissan ER34 14 1 6 1 1 23
25 Japan Tetsuya Hibino Honda AP1 1 1 16 1 1 20
26 Japan Kuniaki Takahashi Toyota GRX130 1 15 1 17
27 Japan Kenji Kiguchi Toyota JZX100 5 1 10 16
28 Japan Takatoshi Imamaeda Nissan S14 9 6 15
29 Japan Yoshifumi Tadokoro Toyota AE86 1 1 1 8 11
30 Japan Tomoyuki Kitashiba Lexus GSE20 1 6 1 8
Japan Youichi Imamura Toyota ZN6 1 7 8
32 Japan Yoshitatsu Kaneda Nissan S15 6 6
Japan Ikuo Saito Toyota JZX100 1 5 6
34 Japan Teruyoshi Iwai Mazda NA6CE 1 1 1 1 1 5
35 Japan Daigo Saito Chevrolet C6 1 1 2
Japan Mitsuru Murakami Nissan S15 1 1 2
37 Japan Masaru Fuchigami Nissan S15 1 1
Japan Akira Hirajima Nissan S15 1 1
Japan Feng Jen Chih Nissan S15 1 1

References

  1. ^ "2018 Event Schedule". d1gp.co.jp. Retrieved 28 December 2017.
  2. ^ "D1SLから進化した新シリーズがスタート!". d1gp.co.jp. Retrieved 28 December 2017.
  3. ^ "2018 Drivers Ranking". d1gp.co.jp. Retrieved 17 November 2018.

External links

  • Official website (in Japanese)


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