2020 Japanese Touring Championship season

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2020 JTC
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The 2020 IVRC JTC season will be the 1st IVRC JTC season.

Teams and Drivers

GT500

Entrant Car Tyre No. Driver Rounds
Poland.png Tanuki Team Berni NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 2 France.png Lor Rezo 3
Spain.png Repsol Swinegel Racing GT-R Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 Bridgestone.png 3 Germany.png Marc Stwerka 1–3
Lithuania.png Team Arashi Racing NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 4 Lithuania.png Aurimas Auga
Lithuania.png Team Tempest Racing NSX-GT Bridgestone.png 6 Lithuania.png Martynas Jurgelevičius
Venezuela.png Venexpress America NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 7 Venezuela.png Jesús Chirinos 1–3
France.png Nippon Villanko SL LC500 Lexus LC 500 GT500 Bridgestone.png 11 France.png Nikola Villanko 1–3
Brazil.png Bravo Racing Team GT-R Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 Bridgestone.png 12 Portugal.png Jonathan Holohan 1–3
Japan.png ECODROM MPG自動車LC 500 Lexus LC 500 GT500 Bridgestone.png 13 Germany.png Phillip Volland 1–2
Germany.png Martin Jatzek 3
Japan.png CGD MPG自動車LC 500 Bridgestone.png 14 Germany.png Constantin Grimminger 1–3
Canada.png Mazumder Motorsport NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 16 Canada.png Ryan Mazumder
Japan.png MOTUL MPG自動車LC 500 Lexus LC 500 GT500 Bridgestone.png 17 Spain.png Carlos Frau 1–3
Poland.png Kitsune Team Berni NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 18 Poland.png Bernard Mróz 1–3
Sweden.png FRA Saqib Racing NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 24 UK.png Alfie Bevan 1–3
Spain.png roto2 Racing Team Esquizo NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 26 Spain.png Unai Aguado 1, 3
Germany.png Delker Swinegel Racing GT-R Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 Bridgestone.png 30 Germany.png Mike Bartsch
Brazil.png Red United Racing Team NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 33 Brazil.png André Leite 2
Hungary.png Tevez Sim Racing Team LC500 Lexus LC 500 GT500 Bridgestone.png 40 Hungary.png László Téglás 1–3
Japan.png ECODROM MPG自動車NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 41 Australia.png Jon McDonald 1–2
Sweden.png FRA Jem Racing NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 42 Poland.png Frank Staniewski
Spain.png roto2 Racing Team Beti NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 44 Spain.png Ángel González 1–3
China.png Puyi Swinegel Racing GT-R Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 Bridgestone.png 46 Argentina.png Francisco Vazquez
Spain.png Siestin Autosports by JJM Garage NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 47 Spain.png Moises Reyes 1
Spain.png roto2 Racing Team Compadre GT-R Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 Bridgestone.png 53 Spain.png Pablo López 1–3
Sweden.png FRA Simracing NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 59 Sweden.png Carl-Magnus Borre 2–3
Germany.png Warsteiner Swinegel Racing GT-R Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 Bridgestone.png 64 Belgium.png Tanguy Van de Wege
Venezuela.png C-Force Racing NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 69 Argentina.png Bruno Spano 2
Sweden.png FRA Elo Racing NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 74 Netherlands.png Sven Geelhoed 1
Venezuela.png Tea Knowledge Cup Team NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 78 Germany.png Thomas Raschke 2–3
Brazil.png Red United Asia Team NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 91 Brazil.png Jonatas Berto 3
Spain.png Dotrino Racing NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 94 Brazil.png Diogo Moscato 1
Kenya.png Panorama Racing LC500 Lexus LC 500 GT500 Bridgestone.png 96 Kenya.png Felix Kims 1
Argentina.png ghost racing team Nissan GT-R Nismo GT500 Bridgestone.png 177 Argentina.png Matias Godoy 3
Sweden.png Euph Impulse Racing NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 420 Sweden.png Andrej Djukanovic
Sweden.png Euph Vigore Racing NSX-GT Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png 722 Poland.png Sebastian Pokrywka
Lexus LC 500 GT500 Bridgestone.png Guest Driver icon.png UK.png Peter Jones 3
Honda NSX-GT GT500 Bridgestone.png Guest Driver icon.png Angola.png Tookie Gonzales 3

Race calendar and results

A seven-round calendar was announced on 4 December 2019.

Round Circuit Date Distance Pole Position Race Winner
1 Japan.png Okayama International Circuit 18 April 200 km No. 74 FRA Elo Racing No. 74 FRA Elo Racing
Netherlands.png Sven Geelhoed Netherlands.png Sven Geelhoed
2 Japan.png Fuji Speedway 02 May 200 km No. 11 Nippon Villanko SL LC500 No. 3 Repsol Swinegel Racing GT-R
France.png Nikola Villanko Germany.png Marc Stwerka
3 Japan.png Suzuka International Circuit 30 May 200 km No. 26 roto2 Racing Team Esquizo NSX-GT none
Spain.png Unai Aguado UK.png Peter Jones
4 Malaysia.png Sepang International Circuit 04 July 200 km
5 Thailand.png Chang International Circuit 01 August 200 km
6 Japan.png Autopolis 22 August 200 km
7 USA.png Laguna Seca Raceway 12 September 200 km

Testing

Round Circuit Date
Pre-season test Thailand.png Chang International Circuit 28 March

Championship results

Scoring system

Points were awarded to the top 10 classified finishers in all races.

Position 1st 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th 9th 10th 11th 12th 13th 14th 15th
Points 25 20 16 13 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

Weight Handicap

Weight penalties will be added for five out of the seven rounds, beginning from Fuji onwards until Autopolis.

From Round 2 to Round 5, each drivers' championship points will be multiplied 2 and then transfered into into kg, which will make up the weight penalty for each round. At round six, however, the champinship points are multiplyed x1 and ultimately dropped at the final race.

Drivers' championship

Pos. No. Driver Japan.png
OKA
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FUJ
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SUZ
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SEP
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BUR
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AUT
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LAG
Points
1 3 Germany.png Marc Stwerka 8 1 33
2 18 Poland.png Bernard Mróz 5 2 31
3 74 Netherlands.png Sven Geelhoed 1 25
4 53 Spain.png Pablo López 3 7 25
5 11 France.png Nikola Villanko 4 6 23
6 44 Spain.png Ángel González 2 Ret 20
7 14 Germany.png Constantin Grimminger 7 5 20
8 24 UK.png Alfie Bevan 6 9 17
9 17 Spain.png Carlos Frau Ret 3 16
10 7 Venezuela.png Jesús Chirinos Ret 4 13
11 41 Australia.png Jon McDonald 10 10 12
13 40 Hungary.png László Téglás 9 DNS 7
14 69 Argentina.png Bruno Spano 11 5
16 47 Spain.png Moises Reyes 11† 5
15 78 Germany.png Thomas Raschke 12 4
17 13 Germany.png Phillip Volland Ret 13† 3
18 12 Portugal.png Jonathan Holohan Ret 14† 2
19 26 Spain.png Unai Aguado Ret 0
20 59 Sweden.png Carl-Magnus Borre DSQ 0
Pos. No. Driver Japan.png
OKA
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FUJ
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SUZ
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SEP
Thailand.png
BUR
Japan.png
AUT
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LAG
Points

Entries' championship

Pos. Driver Japan.png
OKA
Japan.png
FUJ
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SUZ
Malaysia.png
SEP
Thailand.png
BUR
Japan.png
AUT
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LAG
Points
1 Repsol Swinegel Racing 8 1 33
2 Kitsune Team Berni 5 2 31
3 FRA Elo Racing 1 25
4 roto2 Racing Team Compadre 3 7 25
5 Nippon Villanko SL 4 6 23
6 roto2 Racing Team Beti 2 Ret 20
7 CGD MPG自動車 7 5 20
8 FRA Saqib Racing 6 9 17
9 MOTUL MPG自動車LC 500 Ret 3 16
10 Venexpress America Ret 4 13
11 ECODROM MPG自動車NSX-GT 10 10 12
13 Tevez Sim Racing Team 9 DNS 7
14 C-Force Racing 11 5
16 Siestin Autosports by JJM Garage 11† 5
15 Tea Knowledge Cup Team 12 4
17 ECODROM MPG自動車LC 500 Ret 13† 3
18 Bravo Racing Team Ret 14† 2
19 roto2 Racing Team Esquizo Ret 0
20 FRA Simracing DSQ 0
Pos. Driver Japan.png
OKA
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FUJ
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SUZ
Malaysia.png
SEP
Thailand.png
BUR
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AUT
USA.png
LAG
Points