Read about the race outline and rules here.
- Annual champions crowned based on total number of points accrued from all races
- A total of 8 official races are planned domestically and abroad for the upcoming SUPER GT season. Points are accumulated in each race and various titles are awarded to the teams and drivers who gain the most points over the course of the season. Points awarded to a driver are determined by the ranking they score in each race. Team points are gained through the completion of a race. Points gained by GT300-class FIA GT3-spec machines in the Asian Le Mans Series event this September have been approved to be included as points in the SUPER GT series' rankings.
|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
- SUPER GT's weight handicap system adds intrigue
A weight handicap is added to vehicles as they accumulate points in SUPER GT. By adding a handicap, a single vehicle cannot simply overwhelm its opponents with its superior speed. The weight handicap system ensures that all races, up to and including the final round of the season, remain more exciting and unpredictable for the fans.
|Weight Handicaps (success ballast)
|Rounds 1 - 6
|Driver's point X 2kg
||Driver's point X 1kg