Toyota's Supra GT4 is ready to hit the track. The new race car has already past a number of tests and homologation requirements, and deliveries should start soon, the automaker said in an announcement Tuesday. 

The Supra GT4 has made an appearance at the Nurburgring previously, but meeting the requirements means that the race car is now eligible for several European races

This new GT4 car is not only packed with more power; plenty of upgrades are also in-store to make it track-ready. This includes adjustable racing dampers, Akrapovic racing exhaust system, improved driveshaft, a new ECU and race-spec limited-slip differential. Safety features include a racing seat with a six-point safety harness, a roll cage approved by the FIA, and ATL FT3 fuel cell. 

As for the specs, there are not many changes from last year's production. The Supra GT4 is a seven-speed automatic transmission car with 430 horsepower and 479 pound-feet of torque, powered by a turbocharged 3.0-liter inline-six engine. Toyota also made it easier for teams and their drivers to adhere to Balance of Performance regulations by offering differing "power sticks."

Want one for yourself? The first batch Supra GT4s already have owners, but Toyota plans to make more and they should be ready come summer. 

Meanwhile, Toyota is in the middle of a huge recall due to faulty fuel pumps, affecting a total of 1.8 million cars. The automaker made the recall announcement in January when it discovered that multiple 2018 and 2019 models are affected. 

However, the situation shifted into a much heavier issue when the car company added more model years to its recall roster, as far as 2014. Should any of the newer models, the 2018-2019 model years, remain in stock across the US, customers will not be able to take delivery until the automaker and dealers complete the recall process.

Toyota says that a faulty fuel pump would cause a car's engine to run roughly and stall it. There's a chance the car may not run back up again after the stall, which increases the risk of accidents. 

Toyota and Lexus plan to fix the faulty fuel pumps by replacing them with a better component completely free of charge. Those who own older models who already have the part replaced may avail of the company's reimbursement program. 

As for cars newly added to the recall list, Toyota has started to issue mailed notifications since March 13.