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Masahiko Kageyama
Born 8th August 1963
Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan
Nationality Japan.png JPN
Japanese GT Championship/Super GT Career
Status Retired
Races 56 (57 starts)
Pole positions 0
Wins 6
Titles 3
Podiums 14
Fastest laps 0
Career Points 331
First race 1993 IMSA GT Fuji
Last race 2002 Suzuka GT 300 km
First win 1993 IMSA GT Fuji
Last win 1996 MINE GT 300 km
Seasons 1993 - 2002

Masahiko Kageyama is a former Japan GT Championship driver who competed in the series from 1993 until 2002. He won three consecutive titles in 1993, 1994 and 1995.

JGTC Career Record[]

Complete JGTC Results[]

Year Team Car Class Rd.1 Rd.2 Rd.3 Rd.4 Rd.5 Rd.6 Rd.7 Rd.8 Position Points
1993 HOSHINO RACING Nissan Skyline GT-R GT1 FSW
1st
FSW
1st
SUZ
FSW
1st
1st 60
1994 HOSHINO RACING Nissan Skyline GT-R GT1 FSW
1st
SEN
2nd
FSW
2nd
SUG
4th
MIN
4th
1st 70
1995 HOSHINO RACING Nissan Skyline GT-R GT1 SUZ
1st
FUJ
10th
SEN
2nd
FUJ
7th
SUG
2nd
MIN
3rd
1st 67
1996 Team Impul Nissan Skyline GT-R GT500 SUZ
8th
FUJ
5th
SEN
5th
MIN
1st
SUG
2nd
MIN
Ret
4th 54
1997 NISMO Nissan Skyline GT-R GT500 SUZ
5th
FSW
Ret
SEN
14th
FSW
9th
MIN
Ret
SUG
Ret
19th 10
1998 NISMO Nissan Skyline GT-R GT500 SUZ
Ret
FSW
C
SEN
2nd
FSW
7th
TRM
11th
MIN
5th
SUG
9th
8th 29
1999 Toyota Team SARD Toyota Supra GT500 SUZ
16th
FUJ
15th
SUG
Ret
MIN
7th
FSW
10th
TAI
13th
TRM
Ret
22nd 5
2000 Toyota Team SARD Toyota Supra GT500 TRM
10th
FSW
Ret
SUG
6th
FSW
2nd
TAI
Ret
MIN
8th
SUZ
16th
12th 25
2001 Toyota Team SARD Toyota Supra GT500 TAI
7th
FSW
7th
SUG
FSW
TRM
SUZ
MIN
21st 8
2002 Team KRAFT Toyota Supra GT500 TAI
17th
FSW
10th
SUG
Ret
SEP
12th
FSW
10th
TRM
15th
MIN
10th
SUZ
12th
25th 3

See also[]

V T E Team SARD
Founder
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Notable Personnel
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Former Notable Personnel
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2014 Drivers
United Kingdom Oliver Jarvis • Japan Hiroaki Ishiura
Former Drivers
Japan Juichi Wakisaka (2012-2013) • Japan Takuto Iguchi (2011) • Japan Kohei Hirate (2009-2010) • Netherlands Carlo van Dam (2010) • Portugal André Couto (2004-2010) • Japan Toranosuke Takagi • Japan Katsuyuki Hiranaka • France Soheil Ayari (2006) • Italy Ronnie Quintarelli (2005) • France Jeremie Dufour (2001-2002,2004) • Germany Dominik Schwager (2003) • Japan Manabu Orido (2002-2003) • France Romain Dumas (2001) • Japan Masahiko Kageyama (1999-2001) • United Kingdom Ralph Firman (2000) • Japan Keiichi Tsuchiya (1998-1999) • Japan Tatsuya Tanigawa (1997-1998) • Japan Masami Kageyama (1997) • France Olivier Grouillard (1997) • Australia Wayne Gardner (1996) • United States Jeff Krosnoff (1995)
Champions
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Season Reports
1994 • 1995 • 1996 • 1997 • 1998 • 1999 • 2000 • 2001 • 2002 • 2007 • 2012 • 2013
Full results
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
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