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Jean-Karl Vernay
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Born 31st October 1987
Villeurbanne, Rhône, France
Nationality France.png FRA
Japanese GT Championship/Super GT Career
2014 Team Weider Modulo Dome Racing
2014 Car No. 18
Races 2 (2 starts)
Pole positions 0
Wins 0
Titles 0
Podiums 0
Fastest laps 0
Career Points 11
First race 2014 Okayama GT 300 km
Last race 2014 Autopolis GT 300 km
First win
Last win
Seasons 2014
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Jean-Karl "J.K." Vernay (born 31st October 1987 in Villeurbanne, Rhône, France) is a French Super GT driver who started his first race in Okayama for his début year, along with Baguette and Liuzzi.

Before the fourth round at SUGO, it was confirmed that he will be replaced by Frédéric Makowiecki and remains as Dome Racing's official driver, as the team needed a driver with better experience.

Super GT Career Record[]

Complete Results[]

Year Team Car Class Rd.1 Rd.2 Rd.3 Rd.4 Rd.5 Rd.6 Rd.7 Rd.8 Position Points
2014 Dome Racing Team Honda NSX Concept-GT GT300 OKA
5th
FSW
10th†
AUT
7th
SUG
FSW
SUZ
BUR
MOT
8th 11

Notes[]

V T E France Jean-Karl Vernay
Seasons
2014
Season Reports
2014
Teams
Dome Racing Team (2014)
Teammates
Naoki Yamamoto (2014)
Rivalries
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V · T · E Teams and Drivers
2014 Teams and Drivers
Teams Lexus Team ZENT CERUMO • Lexus Team LeMans ENEOS • Autobacs Racing Team Aguri • Team Impul • Keihin Real Racing • Dome Racing Team • Lexus Team WedsSport BANDOH • NISMO • Kondo Racing • Nakajima Racing • Lexus Team TOM'S • Lexus Team SARD • Team Kunimitsu
Drivers (GT500) Tachikawa / Hirate • 6 Oshima / Kunimoto • 8 Matsuura / Liuzzi • 12 Yasuda / Oliveira • 17 Tsukakoshi / Kaneishi • 18 Yamamoto / Vernay / Makowiecki / Izawa • 19 Wakisaka / Sekiguchi • 23 Matsuda / Quintarelli • 24 Sasaki / Krumm • 32 Nakajima / Baguette • 36 Nakajima / Hirakawa / Rossiter • 37 Ito / Caldarelli • 39 Jarvis / Ishiura • 46 Yanagida / Motoyama • 100 Kogure / Mutoh
Drivers (GT300) Nakayama / Nojiri • 2 Takahashi / Katoh • 3 Hoshino / Ordóñez • 4 Taniguchi / Kataoka • 5 Tamanaka / Yamashita / Naoya Yamano|Yamano]] • 7 Müller / Ara • 9 Shirasaka / Sakamoto / Couto • 10 Ueda / Yamauchi • 11 Hiranaka / Wirdheim • 13 TBA / TBA • 21 Lyons / Fujii • 22 Wada / Tsuchiya / T. Tanaka / Jyonai • 30 Iwasaki / Kageyama • 31 Nitta / Saga • 33 Tsuzuki / Bergmeister / Mineo • 48 Takamori / M. Tanaka • 50 Kano / Yasuoka • 55 Takagi / Kobayashi • 60 Iida / Yoshimoto • 61 Sasaki / Iguchi • 65 Kurosawa / Mineo / Tsubasa Kurosawa • 67 Yokomizo / Mitsuyama • 86 Yamanishi / Hosokawa • 88 Orido / Aoki • 360 Tanaka / Yoshida
Other Drivers Tsubasa Kurosawa • Nanin Indra-Payoong • Ryuki Fujita • Yuya Sakamoto • Taiyo Iida • Ryo Hirakawa • Augusto Farfus Jr. • Christopher Haase • Tojiro Azuma • Yuichi Nakayama • Jörg Bergmeister • Shinya Sato • Kazuki Hiramine • Wolfgang Reip
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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