Read about the race outline and rules here.
- Teams acquire points in their effort to win the series' title.
- The annually crowned SUPER GT champion is decided based on points earned by the drivers and team in each race over the course of the year. The Driverfs championship is decided based on points earned by the drivers in each race. On the other hand, the Teamfs championship is based on the number of points accrued in each race plus additional points awarded to the team completing the race.
|Final race points
|Race completion points (GT500)
|Same lap as winner
||1 lap behind winner
||Over 2 laps behind winner
|Race completion points (GT300)
|Up to 1 lap behind the winner
||Over 2 laps behind the winner
- As points are accrued, success ballast increases.
SUPER GT uses an entertaining weight handicap system.
The fact that faster machines win is simply the natural course of events, but if the same machine always wins, interest in the races starts to fade. That is why the SUPER GT series has employed a system of weight handicaps. The more championship points a car earns, the heavier it is made, cutting its competitiveness.
|Weight Handicaps (success ballast)
|Rounds 1 - 6
|Driver's point X 2kg
||Driver's point X 1kg