Unique Stunts by Toyota Gazoo Racing Cars

Unique Skills of Each Member

Toyota Gazoo Racing has put out two fresh clips entitled Wild Moment and its Behind the Scenes version. The primary video displays four Gazoo Racing vehicles executing something they are typically renowned for in motorsports: ruling the ground they usually take part in races on. The second video offers us a glimpse of exactly how the spectacular shots were recorded and how the initial video was produced.

These two films present Gazoo Racing’s successes across the four most important motorsport arenas that are not F1. This includes the WRC featuring GR Yaris Rally1 Hybrid, the WEC running the GR010, GR Supra which raced in 24 Hours of Nurburgring and notably, the GR DKR Hilux T1+, triumphant at Dakar Rally this year.

Wild Moment epitomizes the rugged ground that such vehicles take on and indicates the engineering proficiency of the Gazoo Racing team evident in Toyota’s sporty offerings, like the GR Supra, GR Corolla, and GR86.

The incredible reverberations created by the GR Yaris Rally1 Hybrid as it hits the ground is an awe-inspiring spectacle, and it’s equally mesmerizing to witness the GR Supra tackle corners and subsequently take off on two wheels. The Hilux navigating dunes gracefully is quite remarkable, and one can only imagine how brave a driver must be to go flat out with a GR010 on a rain-soaked Circuit de la Sarthe. It’s truly remarkable all these cars and those behind the steering wheels.

The accompanying documentary, specifically, heightens our admiration for their talents.


You might not pay attention to the race, but you ought to be grateful for Gazoo Racing, considering it enabled Toyota to start again as a brand specializing in sports cars. Still unconvinced? What about Toyota’s position as the third most popular manufacturer of sports vehicles in the year 2022, succeeded only by the Ford Mustang and the Chevrolet Corvette?

In 2007, Toyota created Team Gazoo, led by master motorist Hiromu Naruse, with the assistance of renowned automotive leader Akio Toyoda. This formation aimed to form a fresh motorsports area that would be used to develop remarkable road cars. Efficiency vehicles and Le Mans first came into view, and the team won the event for five consecutive years.

Toyota Gazoo Racing was established in 2015, and that’s the brand which the Japanese manufacturer utilized as an abbreviation for its full range of performance cars, inclusive of the 86, serving as the opening shot for the present-day Supra, Corolla, as well as Yaris.

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