Hironobu Yasuda

Hironobu Yasuda (安 田 裕 信jap, Hironobu Yasuda; born November 11, 1983 in Shiga Prefecture ) is a Japanese racing driver. It occurs since 2006 in the Super GT.


Yasuda began his motorsport in karting, to which he returned again and again during the remainder of his career. He was, among others, in 2003 Asia- Pacific CIK - FIA Formula A Champion.

In 2003 he moved to Formula racing and went to 2004 in the Formula Dream on. After a one year break Yasuda took part in 2006 at the Japanese Formula Challenge. With four victories, he was third in the championship. In addition, he made his debut in GT racing and closed the GT300 rating Super GT at the 20th place from.

2007 moved to Yasuda Three Bond Racing in the Japanese Formula 3 Championship. He finished the season in eighth place overall. In addition, he participated in two Super GT race. 2008 Yasuda won two Japanese Formula 3 races and improved to fourth place in the championship. He also decided the GT300 Super GT together with Kazuki Hoshino for themselves. 2009 denied Yasuda for Three Bond Racing its third season in the Japanese Formula 3 and reached with a win fifth in the drivers' standings. He was also a win seventh in the Super GT.

In 2010, Yasuda focused exclusively on his GT- commitment and joined the Super GT with a win from tenth place. 2011 Yasuda returned to Formula racing to Three Bond Racing. With four victories, he was second in the Japanese Formula 3 Championship Yuhi Sekiguchi behind. In addition, he participated in the Macau Grand Prix. He also appeared again in the Super GT. There he reached the tenth place as last year.

Career stations

  • 2003: Formula Dream
  • 2004: Formula Dream
  • 2006: Japanese Formula Challenge ( 3rd place)
  • 2006: Super GT, GT300 ( No. 20 )
  • 2007: Japanese Formula 3 (8th place )
  • 2007: Super GT ( No. 20 )
  • 2008: Japanese Formula 3 (4th place )
  • 2008: Super GT, GT300 (Master)
  • 2009: Japanese Formula 3 ( 5th place)
  • 2009: Super GT ( 7th place)
  • 2010: Super GT ( # 10 )
  • 2011: Japanese Formula 3 (2nd place)
  • 2011: Super GT ( # 10 )
  • 2012: Super GT ( 15th place)
  • 2013: Super GT