Toyota has claimed that the GR 86 is sharper than the BRZ due to different front knuckles, stabilizers, bushings, springs, and ECU software, but race regulations will put these two close siblings on a more equal footing.
The Toyota Gazoo Racing GR86/BRZ Cup is a user-participation-type one-make race that will start in 2022, taking over the Toyota Gazoo Racing 86/BRZ Race that has been attended by many people since it was first held in 2013.
Toyota Gazoo Racing offers a driver training experience that offers five lessons for keen beginners, and the first event takes place at Fuji Speedway on July 16. It remains to be seen whether Subaru will offer something similar.
But before you call your nearest Subaru dealership, these race cars are only available in Japan at a cost of 3,338,500 Yen ($28,939 at current exchange rates).