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Dome Racing Team
Nationality Japan.png JPN
Years Active 1997-present
Founder Minoru Hayashi (constructor founder)
Notable Staff Japan Tenjiro Amazawa
Notable Drivers Japan Naoki Yamamoto
France Jean-Karl Vernay
Japanese GT Championship/Super GT Career
Races entered ?
Wins ?
Pole Positions ?
Fastest Laps ?
Points ?
First Race 1997
Last Race 2013 Motegi GT 250 km
First Win 1999
Last Win 2013 1000 km of Suzuka

Dome Racing Team is a Japanese Super GT team and the current team racing in the sport.

Since the team débuted in 1997, it had the name as "Mugen x Dome Project", partnering with Japanese company M-TEC, which is otherwise known as MUGEN.

During the 2003 season, Team Mugen folded and partnered with this team from Round 6 until the end of the season.

For the 2014 season, the team will use the new Honda NSX Concept-GT produced by Honda. But suddenly, when Frenchman Makowiecki withdrew from the series, Vernay was set to be "the new Mako of Japan" for the season.

Team statistics[]

Team names[]

Year(s) Name
1999 - 2003 Mugen x Dome Project
1998, 2004 - 2008 Dome Racing Team
2009 Team Yoshiki & Dome Project
2010 - 2012 Weider Honda Racing
2013 - 2014 Weider Modulo Dome Racing
2015 - 2016 Drago Modulo Honda Racing
2017 - 2018 TEAM MUGEN

By season[]

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Year Name Car Tyres Drivers Team's Championship results Third Driver
1997 Dome Racing Team avex DOME MUGEN NSX B Japan Takuya Kurosawa
Japan Katsumi Yamamoto
1998 Dome Racing Team TAKATA MUGEN DOME NSX B Japan Katsutomo Kaneishi
Japan Katsumi Yamamoto
Japan Juichi Wakisaka
2006 Team Honda Racing TAKATA DOME NSX B Japan Ryo Michigami
Japan Takashi Kogure
Japan Katsutomo Kaneishi
2010 Weider Honda Racing Weider HSV-010 B Japan Takashi Kogure
France Loïc Duval
1st (84 pts) none
2013 Weider Modulo Dome Racing Weider Modulo HSV-010 M Japan Naoki Yamamoto
France Frédéric Makowiecki
4th (77 pts) none
2014 Weider Modulo Dome Racing Weider Modulo NSX Concept-GT M Japan Naoki Yamamoto
France Jean-Karl Vernay
France Frédéric Makowiecki
5th (60 pts) none
2015 Drago Modulo Honda Racing Drago Modulo NSX CONCEPT-GT B Japan Takashi Kogure
Template:UK Oliver Turvey
12th (26 pts) none
2016 Drago Modulo Honda Racing Drago Modulo NSX CONCEPT-GT B Japan Hideki Mutoh
Template:UK Oliver Turvey
Japan Tadasuke Makino
14th (32 pts) none
2017 TEAM MUGEN MOTUL MUGEN NSX-GT B Japan Hideki Mutoh
Japan Daisuke Nakajima
15th (20 pts) none
2018 TEAM MUGEN MOTUL MUGEN NSX-GT B Japan Hideki Mutoh
Japan Daisuke Nakajima
th ( pts) none

History[]

1997: Début[]

1998-2008[]

Main article: Dome Racing Team (NSX)

2009: Team Yoshikii & Dome Project[]

Main article: Dome Racing Team (NSX)

2010-present: Partnership with Weider[]

Main article: Dome Racing Team (HSV)

2014[]

After Frenchman Makowiecki pulled out of the team and moving to WEC, Dome waived the right to him. Jean-Karl Vernay replaced him for the team.

Complete results[]

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Notes[]

V T E Dome Racing Team
Founder
Minoru Hayashi
Notable Personnel
Tenjiro Amazawa · Katsuyuki Nomura
Former Notable Personnel
Takuya Nakamura
2014 Drivers
Japan Naoki Yamamoto · France Jean-Karl Vernay · France Frédéric Makowiecki
Former Drivers
 · Japan Takashi Kogure (2005-2012) · Netherlands Carlo van Dam (2012) · France Loïc Duval (2010-2011) · Japan Ryo Michigami (2003-2009)
Champions
Kogure / Duval (2010)
Season Reports
2013 · 2014
Full results
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