2019 Fuji | DTM


Friday, 22. November 2019 to Sunday, 24. November 2019

The news that DTM will join forces with SUPER GT for a special non-championship event at Japan’s Fuji Speedway in November is an exciting new chapter for both series. It’s a unique showcase for the rules – common engine and aero regulations – that bind both series together, and which should offer the opportunity for deeper and more impactful collaborations in the future. After the guest starts at the DTM season final in Hockenheim the "SUPER GT x DTM Dream Race" will for sure get fans of both series excited.


Race highlights

After the season final in Hockenheim the DTM is travelling with yet to be defined amount of race cars to Japan.

The SUPER GT race cars are based on the mutual CLASS 1 regulations. The manufacturers Honda, Lexus and Nissan are competing.


There is a lot to be experienced at the SUPER GT x DTM Dream Race. As soon as the session times and support programme are finalised, the detailed schedule will get published here.


Two races of equal length on Saturday and Sunday: races last 55 minutes plus one lap (plus a maximum of three additional laps if a Safety Car is deployed)

One mandatory pit-stop per race, during which all four wheels must be changed

Refueling or driver changes are prohibited
All participants race on Hankook’s 2019 “Ventus Race” DTM control tyres

DTM’s DRS (Drag Reduction System) and push-to-pass systems will not be used

Support program includes a separate sprint race with the GT300 cars from the SUPER GT series

The event’s 4.563-kilometre Fuji Speedway has always been an integral part of the SUPER GT racing calendar and, most recently, was the venue for the Japanese Formula 1 Grand Prix in 2007 and 2008


Track length4.563 km
SUPER GT lap record1:26.871 (3rd May 2019)
Driven byRonnie Quintarelli (Nissan)
Contact organizerFuji International Speedway Co.,Ltd.
694 Nakahinata Oyama-Cho Sunto-Gun Shizuoka-Ken
410-1307 JAPAN
Tel: +81-550-78-2336 (Englisch)
E-Mail: [email protected]