NDDP Racing:

Season Series / Class
Car / Driver / Position / Races
2017 Japanese Super GT Series, Class GT 300
Nissan GT-R GT3
Kazuki Hoshino, 30. (8 of 8 races)
2016 Japanese Super GT Series, Class GT 300
Nissan GT-R GT3
Kazuki Hoshino, 7. (8 of 8 races)
1 Win
Nissan GT-R GT3
Jann Mardenborough, 7. (8 of 8 races)
1 Win
2015 Japanese Super GT Series, Class GT 300
Nissan GT-R GT3
Kazuki Hoshino, 5. (8 of 8 races)
2 Wins
Nissan GT-R GT3
Mitsunori Takaboshi, 5. (8 of 8 races)
2 Wins
2014 Japanese Super GT Series, Class GT300
Nissan GT-R GT3
Kazuki Hoshino, 7. (8 of 8 races)
1 Win
Nissan GT-R GT3
Lucas Ordóñez, 7. (8 of 8 races)
1 Win
2013 Japanese Super GT Series, Class GT300
Nissan GT-R GT3
Lucas Ordóñez, 42. (1 of 9 races)

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Nissan GT-R GT3
Kazuki Hoshino, 30. (9 of 9 races)

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Nissan GT-R GT3
Daiki Sasaki, 29. (9 of 9 races)
1 Win
All-Japan Formula 3 Championship
All-Japan Formula 3 Championship, Class National

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Dallara F305 - TOM's Toyota
Mitsunori Takaboshi, 1. (15 of 15 races)
11 Wins
2012 Japanese Super GT Series, Class GT300
Nissan GT-R GT3
Daiki Sasaki, 39. (2 of 9 races)

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Nissan GT-R GT3
Yuhi Sekiguchi, 10. (8 of 9 races)
1 Win

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Nissan GT-R GT3
Katsumasa Chiyo, 7. (9 of 9 races)
1 Win
All-Japan Formula 3 Championship
All-Japan Formula 3 Championship, Class National

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Dallara F305 - TOM's Toyota
Daiki Sasaki, 1. (15 of 15 races)
9 Wins
2011 All-Japan Formula 3 Championship, Class National

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Dallara F305 - TOM's Toyota
Katsumasa Chiyo, 1. (14 of 14 races)
5 Wins

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Dallara F305 - TOM's Toyota
Daiki Sasaki, 4. (14 of 14 races)
1 Win

Legend:

Intermediate standings during the current season are in italics.