Nissan Is Committed To Racing LMP2

Nissan Is Committed To Racing LMP2
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Nissan executive vice president of engineering Andy Palmer has announced no plans of fielding an LMP1 race car for the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) in the foreseeable future. For now, Nissan will remain committed to its production-based LMP2 entries, jumping into battle starting next week at the 12 Hours of Sebring. Expect its main… Continue Reading...

GT Academy Chooses Their ‘Sweet 16′ From America

GT Academy Chooses Their ‘Sweet 16′ From America
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The lines between reality and virtual reality are getting blurred, as proven by Lucas Ordonez. He went from racing cars in the virtual world of video games, to actually competing in an LMP2 racer provided by Signatech Nissan in the 12-hours of Sebring, and actually finishing 2nd in the race. The 25 year-old Spaniard will… Continue Reading...

Nissan Returns to International Sports Car Racing at Sebring With Signatech LMP2 Racer

Nissan Returns to International Sports Car Racing at Sebring With Signatech LMP2 Racer
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This weekend Nissan will officially return to international sports car racing, fielding an LMP2 entry in the 12 Hours of Sebring. Marking the first time Nissan has competed at this level in over a decade, Nissan’s NISMO motorsports division has partnered with the Signature Group to field an LMP2 level prototype machine. Powered by a… Continue Reading...

Nissan Returning to Le Mans 24 Hour Race With Signature Racing; Car to Debut at Sebring

Nissan Returning to Le Mans 24 Hour Race With Signature Racing; Car to Debut at Sebring
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Nissan fans will rejoice at the brand’s return to the 24 Hours of Le Mans race this year. The Japanese automaker has just announced a partnership with Signature Racing out of France that will see the team use Nissan Motorsports (NISMO) 4.5-liter V8 engines in high-level LMP2 prototype cars. But before the big race in… Continue Reading...