Check out the teams and drivers ahead of the Thrustmaster 12 Hours of Suzuka in our brand new RDLMS by Vesaro Spotter Guide! With only a couple of days to go until we reach the fifth round of RDLMS by Vesaro, check out the new teams, drivers and liveries ahead of the Thrustmaster 12 Hours of Suzuka. Our premier endurance GT league is finally closing in on the finish line here at RaceDepartment, with just the upcoming Thrustmaster 12 Hours of Suzuka this weekend and the season closing Sebring Six Hour races left to fight over in the battle for championship honours, the real tension is starting to creep into our by now experienced and established field of star drivers and teams. Created as always by the highly talented @alexSchmurtz, our spotter guide is bang up to date with all the latest liveries, team and driver changes ahead of the Suzuka round of RDLMS. PROTOTYPE CLASS 19 teams, five models of car and 80 drivers look set to take to the circuit at Suzuka this weekend, and while our established stars look to make a mark once again in the championship, it is with great pleasure we get to welcome some new faces to the RDLMS by Vesaro family. Gone for Suzuka are the KAMF Racing #21 Gibson, replaced by the as yet un-liveried #28 Elements Racing Oreca 03 Nissan. Driven by Ismael Nadire, Juuso Kilpinen and Jesper Sigmans, this new to RDLMS by Vesaro team will be looking for a solid and composed performance from the race ahead as they look to build experience and confidence ahead of the final round of the season. With only Elements Racing new to the Prototype class for round five, the only other change will be a new livery design for the #8 Talking Door Racing outfit. GT CLASS Our GT class for the Thrustmaster 12 Hours of Suzuka contains very few changes ahead of the big race. After a very solid debut over in the United States, the #125 LG Racing entry will now be competing full time to the end of the season, with family Le Gallez taking to the circuit once again in the trusty Aston Martin Vantage GTE. With 21 cars, five models and 97 drivers in the class, competition will continue to be tight throughout the class. Don't forget to look out for new liveries on the #105 Racers in Pyjamas, #106 Talking Door Racing, #118 RMI Motorsport and #125 LG Racing cars all looking resplendent in their new designs. You can check up on the current championship standings by viewing THIS LINK. Missed the last race? Now worries, catch up below! So how can you watch the action yourself and be in with a shout at winning some amazing and very expensive sim racing prizes? Well as you may already know, we are exceptionally proud to partner up with quality peripheral manufacturers Vesaro and Thrustmaster this season, who between them have generously put up thousands of Euros worth of superb prizes for the drivers and fans of the series to win this year! You can read the specific prize details on the Vesaro announcement HERE and the Thrustmaster announcement HERE. Basically in order to be in with a shout at winning something very special indeed all our viewers need to do is follow and subscribe to Youtube channel and watch our thrilling action packed broadcasts, which will be live streamed with professional commentary. Round 5, the Thrustmaster 12 Hours of Suzuka schedule can be seen below; 10:55 | Race server reboot 11:00 | Official practice & Briefing (no duplicate cars allowed from this point) 11:40 | GT qualifying (30 minutes) 12:10 | Qualifying switch-over (5 minutes) 12:15 | Prototype qualifying (30 minutes) 12:45 | Warm-up 13:00 | Race start [Saturday 7th October] (in-game: 13:00 / 1:00 PM) 01:00 | Race ends [Sunday 8th October] (in-game: 01:00 / 1AM) All times are posted in GMT. Have fun and enjoy the racing! For those of you wanting the large PDF version of the poster in this article, you can download it HERE.