D'Station Racing confirm their return to the GT World Challenge Asia Series (Japan Cup) in 2023

Monday, December 12, 2022


Even before that Flying Lizard team news had been released, we had just heard of the confirmation that the Japanese D’Station Racing had indeed been confirmed into the 2023 GT World Challenge Asia Series with their Aston Martin Racing Vantage GT3.

Having booked their entry into the series last year as the series came back from its three-year long sabbatical because of COVID and the travel restrictions that then ensued, the D’Station Racing pairing of Satoshi Hoshino and Tomonobu Fujii used the Japan Cup rounds of the series to great success to bolster their seat time and confidence within that and their many other of their season endeavours of last year.

Eventually finished fifth overall, the pairing enjoyed four visits to the podium over the course of the ten round overall series and the eight rounds that made up the Japan Cup, they will be coming back in 2023 with an eye on finishing at least higher than their third in class finish within the GT3 Pro-Am class.

This news off the back of confirmation that the team will have just as hectic a schedule next year as they did this with entries already announced within the Asian Le Mans Series and Super Taikyu Series together with an expected return to the World Endurance Championship.

2023 will see the green liveried Aston Martin compete again within the four double header rounds of the Japan Cup with races at Fuji, Suzuka, Motegi and Okayama between June and August.

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