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Érik Comas is a former French JGTC/Super GT driver who competed in the series from 1995 to 2006, driving for teams such as Nismo, Team CERUMO, Hasemi Motorsport, Team TOM'S and Kondo Racing.

During the 2006 season, he was replaced by Seiji Ara due to an "ill health".

JGTC/SGT Career History[]

Pre-JGTC career[]

His pre-JGTC career was his career in Formula One.

1995-2004[]

2005-2006[]

Notes[]

V T E List of JGTC/Super GT champions (GT500)
1993: Japan Masahiko Kageyama
1994: Japan Masahiko Kageyama
1995: Japan Masahiko Kageyama
1996: [DEN] Nielsen / Australia Brabham
1997: Germany Krumm / Japan de la Rosa
1998: France Comas / Japan Kageyama
1999: France Érik Comas
2000: Japan Ryo Michigami
2001: Japan Takeuchi / Japan Tachikawa
2002: Japan Wakisaka / Japan Iida
2003: Japan Motoyama / Germany Krumm
2004: Japan Motoyama / United Kingdom Lyons
2005: Japan Tachikawa / Japan Takagi
2006: Japan Wakisaka / Germany Lotterer
2007: Japan Ito / [IRL] Firman
2008: Japan Motoyama / France Tréluyer
2009: Japan Wakisaka / Germany Lotterer
2010: Japan Kogure / France Duval
2011: Japan Yanagida / Italy Quintarelli
2012: Japan Yanagida / Italy Quintarelli
2013: Japan Tachikawa / Japan Hirate
2014: Japan Matsuda / Italy Quintarelli
V T E Team TOM'S
Founder
Masanori Sekiya
Notable Personnel
Masanori Sekiya
Former Notable Personnel
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2014 Drivers
Japan Kazuki Nakajima • United Kingdom James Rossiter (#36)
Japan Daisuke Ito • Italy Andrea Caldarelli (#37)
Japan Ryo Hirakawa (#36 & #37)
Former Drivers
France Loïc Duval (2012) • Germany André Lotterer (2006-2011) • Japan Juichi Wakisaka (2006-2010) • Japan Takeshi Tsuchiya (2001-2005) • Japan Tatsuya Kataoka (2005) • Japan Sakon Yamamoto (2005) • Japan Takuya Kurosawa (1999, 2001-2003) • Japan Shinichi Yamaji (1999-2001) • Japan Masanori Sekiya (1995-2000) • Japan Toshio Suzuki (1997-2000) • France Pierre-Henri Raphanel (1999-2000) • Japan Seiji Ara (2000) • Japan Ukyo Katayama (1999) • Germany Michael Krumm (1995,1997)
Champions
de la Rosa / Krumm (1997) • Wakisaka / Lotterer (2006, 2009)
Season Reports
2013
Full results
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