Lexus LC 500 GT500
Race Car
Category Super GT GT500
Constructor Lexus
Chassis Carbon-fibre monocoque
Suspension (front) Double wishbone, pushrod operated, twin dampers and torsion bars
Suspension (rear) Double wishbone, pushrod operated, twin dampers and spring
Engine Lexus RI4AG 2,000 cc (122 cu in) inline-4 single-turbocharged, mid-mounted
Power 400 kW (544 PS)
Transmission 6-speed sequential semi-automatic gearbox
Fuel Various
Tyres Various
Notable entrants Team SARD
Team LeMans Wako's

Team WedsSport Bandoh Team TOM'S

Team ZENT-Cerumo
Notable drivers Kohei Hirate
Heikki Kovalainen

Andrea Caldarelli

Kazuya Oshima
Yuhi Sekiguchi
Yuji Kunimoto
Kamui Kobayashi
Kazuki Nakajima
Daisuke Itō

James Rossiter

Ryo Hirakawa
Nick Cassidy
Hiroaki Ishiura
Yuji Tachikawa
Debut 2017 Okayama GT 300km
Races competed 2
Race victories 2
Constructors' Championships 0
Drivers' Championships 0
Pole positions 1
Fastest laps 2
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The Lexus LC 500 GT500 is a GT500 GT car constructed by the Japanese car manufacturer Lexus for use in the Super GT from 2017 onwards. The car is the direct successor to the Lexus RC-F GT500, which competed in the 2014 to 2016 Super GT seasons. The LC 500 GT500 car made its competitive début at the 2017 Okayama GT 300km.

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