Welcome to the garage. A place where passion is about more than what you drive—it’s also about what drives you. And it’s this dedication to the drive that has led to the creation of Toyota Gazoo Racing, where we believe the lessons learned from pushing vehicles to their limits on the racetrack help us develop production cars that allow the driver to experience the same visceral driving performance on the road.
Before he was the global president of Toyota Motor Company, master driver Akio Toyoda and the late master driver and Akio’s mentor, Hiromu Naruse, created Gazoo Racing to fuel their passion to make ever-better cars. Through their experiences at the Nürburgring, they and their crew worked together to overcome challenges, and this know-how cultivated at the track ultimately found its way back, helping Gazoo Racing forge better machines.
With DNA sourced directly from the legendary 2000 GT, each and every Supra has shared the same core fundamentals: a powerful inline-six, Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD) and a modern chassis. As Toyota’s purest expression of performance, Supra has redefined the sports car time and time again.
Every 2022 GR Supra comes with a complimentary 1-year membership to the National Auto Sport Association (NASA). As part of this membership, GR Supra owners will enjoy a host of benefits, including one free High Performance Driving Experience (HPDE), in which GR Supra owners will receive one-on-one driving instruction from a NASA professional driver, and discounted admission to NASA-sanctioned events.
See the Toyota GR Supra drift through the turns as champion driver Fredric Aasbø shows us why the GR Supra makes a fantastic drift car, thanks to its front-engine/Rear-Wheel Drive (RWD).
Racing legend Scott Pruett tests the GR Supra’s handling on a track in Sport Mode. Pruett takes the wheel for a GR Supra test-drive and, spoiler alert...he loves it.
Let pro Formula DRIFT driver Fredric Aasbø show you how to fire off the line in the Toyota GR Supra using Launch Control Mode.
Racing legend Scott Pruett tests the limits of the GR Supra’s brakes and tires on the racetrack. Given its smooth control and high-end brake performance, it’s easy to see why Pruett praises the GR Supra.
Toyota Gazoo Racing makes its presence known in Formula DRIFT as Fredric Aasbø gives GR Supra a victory in its debut race in St. Louis. Aasbø added a second victory of the season at Irwindale, becoming just the second driver to score two victories in the 2020 season. He finished fourth in the point standings. Ken Gushi also had a new Toyota GR Supra for the season. He had two final-eight finishes, including one at the season-closing race at his home track—Irwindale Speedway.
Well-respected U.S. tuner Papadakis Racing has earned championships and achieved records across several sport compact racing disciplines. When Toyota announced the return of the GR Supra sports car nameplate to the model lineup, they were one of the first to take on modifying the Supra’s B58 inline 6-cylinder engine for racing, specifically for Formula DRIFT.
Belonging to one of the world’s fastest-growing motorsports categories, with competitions around the globe, the GR Supra GT4 is ready to hit the ground running. This class of cars is composed mostly of what can be referred to as track day cars, which are factory-built race cars available to the public. Our GR Supra GT4 features a lightweight steel body with an inline 6-cylinder that produces 430 horsepower and a 7-speed sport automatic transmission. Inside, a high-strength roll cage, FIA-standard racing seat with 6-point harness, and a carbon-fiber instrument panel and steering wheel specifically designed for GT4 competition help take on races that can vary anywhere from two to four hours.
With its ability to produce over 700 horsepower and unleash a roar that literally makes the earth quake, this purpose-built race car really gets our minds racing. Our teams at Calty Design and Toyota Racing Development worked hand in hand with NASCAR® to ensure the iconic race car shape was safe, powerful and ready to take this car to speeds in excess of 200 mph. Now in its third year of racing, three drivers, Brandon Jones, Harrison Burton, and Daniel Hemric, look for championship glory in 2021 aboard their Toyota Supras, while several others look to make their mark in limited starts as the NASCAR® Xfinity Series kicks off at Daytona.
The 2021 Toyota Gazoo Racing GT Cup is a new series in which the GR lineup, including global GR road vehicles and dedicated race cars, will participate in competitive racing throughout a season. This Gran Turismo Sport®-based engagement represents TGR’s dedication to e-Motorsports and ensuring that motorsports and sports cars are enjoyed by people all over the world for many generations to come.
Inspired by the MKIV targa models from the ‘90s, this one-off SEMA build pops the top off, for a look that would fit right in with the current-day GR Supra lineup.
Researchers at Toyota Research Institute (TRI) and Stanford University’s Dynamic Design Lab have come together to build a self-driving GR Supra that does more than drift. While observing professional drivers on the track, researchers studied their advanced skills and translated them into sophisticated algorithms that control the car. With this new level of active safety technology, human driving abilities can be amplified to help avoid accidents.
The Beast from the East. Racing prodigy Jackie Ding continues to push his GR Supra to the limits as he takes on tracks around the U.S.A.
Digital artist Jon Sibal turns renderings and reality into works of art. See how he puts his own twist on the sensuous silhouette of GR Supra and makes an unbelievable statement on style.
Unlike most performance and customization debuts, the Ornamental Conifer GR Supra is a one-of-a-kind, hand-painted work of art created by Ornamental Conifer, the moniker for British artist Nicolai Sclater.
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