Month: June 2019

Lexus locked out the podium spots in the Thailand round of SUPER GT, while Jenson Button endured his first official retirement of the season. For the most part, the race appeared to be a two-horse race between the pole-sitting LeMans Lexus and similar LC500 of #36 TOM’S pairing Kazuki Nakajima and Yuhi Sekiguchi. Although Nakajima
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The 2019 SUPER GT season is being broadcast live and for free by Motorsport.tv, and you can watch this weekend’s Buriram race live on Autosport too. Lexus locked out the front row of the grid in Thailand after Team LeMans’s new recruit Kenta Yamashita broke the lap record in a closely-fought qualifying session. Nissan topped
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Yamaha’s Maverick Vinales topped the second practice session ahead of the Dutch TT with a lap just 0.011s shy of the Assen MotoGP lap record. Andrea Dovizioso led most of the session with a 1m33.223s on the Ducati, before the majority of the field fitted fresh tyres for a time attack in the closing stages,
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Three-time Sebring 12 Hours winner Pipo Derani has filled the final seat in Bentley’s expanded assault on the Spa 24 Hours next month. The IMSA SportsCar Championship regular, who is leading this year’s points with Action Express Racing, will drive one of the four factory M-Sport Bentley Continental GT3s entered for the Blancpain GT Series
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