The clash occurred at Turn 5 on lap 44 of the 63-lap race while Yuhi Sekiguchi in the #36 Toyota GR Supra and Nick Cassidy in the sister #37 car were fighting over sixth place.Clearly faster at that stage of the race – helped by only running a stage one fuel restrictor as part of the #37 car’s success handicap, while Sekiguchi struggled with the harsher stage two restrictor – Cassidy swept to the right-hand side of the track as both TOM’S cars lapped the GT300 Tsuchiya Engineering Porsche to set himself up for an inside pass.Cassidy appeared to take Sekiguchi by surprise, and the latter tried to initially squeeze the former before the pair arrived at the braking zone. As they drew nearer to the corner, Sekiguchi turned in, leaving Cassidy with nowhere to go, and the two cars came to blows, the #37 car’s front-left clattering into the rear-right corner of the #36. Read Also: Motegi Super GT: Real Honda pair dominate fraught race De Oliveira “sad” rival Nissan team appealed for penalty Initially, it was Sekiguchi that had looked to come off best from the clash as Cassidy was tipped into a half-spin, but it soon became… Read full this story
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