• Honda HSV

Honda HSV-010 GT (HSV – Honda Sports Velocity) – racing car designed by Honda brand to compete only in the Japanese Super GT racing series driven by the provisions of the Super GT series V8 engine with a capacity of 3.4-liter 500hp.

October 23, 2009, Honda announced to the world the end of participation in the Japanese Super GT series racing Honda NSX Super GT version. November 15, 2009, the brand has announced that despite the withdrawal of the NSX-racing, the company will attempt to issue in 2010 a new car that will be based on the NSX-e. December 22, 2009, Honda officially announced the successor to the NSX Super GT – Honda HSV-010 GT, which in contrast to other cars Japanese racing series is not based on any vehicle available to the general public. In 2010, Weider Honda Racing team with two drivers – Takashi Kogure japoÅ„czykowi and Frenchman Loïc Duval won the championship of the Super GT series in the category GT 500