Sep 29, 2014

1837 WHP Nissan GT-R from T1 Performance


Not a lot to say, except pretty bad ass. 1837 wheel horsepower.  Check out this new billet diff cover for the GR6. Trying to keep all that aluminum together.

Watch the video of this beast of a GT-R on the dyno. It feels like 2000 hp is the new 1000 hp.



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T1 Race Development's 2,000hp R35 GT-R from T1 Race Development on Vimeo.

1100whp Switzer USE GTR vs Underground Racing Lamborghini


1100 hp vs 1100 hp. C16 vs E85.  Gallardo vs GT-R. Lamborghini vs Nissan.

45-170 mph roll. Check it out below.

NISMO 30th Anniversary / 30 Years of Maverick


NISMO 30th Anniversary / 30 Years of Maverick


Check out the video below. 30 years of NISMO. I think they are missing a few significant things they were involved in, still a cool video. 

Nissan Motorsports International, NISMO, is celebrating its 30th anniversary on 17 September 2014

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Sep 28, 2014

Nissan GT-R LM NISMO Launches in Florida December 8th.


Nissan is stepping up to the big leagues with a new LMP1 car, set to debut in Florida December 8th. Check out the press release below.  They didn't disclose the location, but since 12 Hours of Sebring is a huge event, and most likely a race debut for the car, we expect it to be turning laps there.

The team will be based in Indianapolis, central for the US, home of lots of race teams, that aren't NASCAR.

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Nissan’s new GT-R LM NISMO will be launched and make its public debut in Florida, the Japanese manufacturer has revealed.
Darren Cox, Global Head of Brand, Marketing & Sales, NISMO, confirmed to Sportscar365 that its LMP1-H entry is scheduled to be launched on Dec. 8 at a to-be-announced location in Florida, with its first laps in public likely to follow the next day.
Cox would not confirm the location for the public rollout, although it’s understood Sebring International Raceway is the likely venue.
All of the car’s initial testing and development prior to the start of the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship season will be conducted in the U.S., with testing to begin behind closed doors at an undisclosed Nissan test facility.
Cox confirmed the existence of the team’s Indianapolis base and revealed there will be a further workshop in the U.K. at Nissan’s technical center in Cranfield.
Additional announcements are scheduled for NISMO Festival and the FIA WEC race at Fuji, while Cox said the identity of the first driver for the LMP1 program will be confirmed shortly after the Japanese round.
Cox said at least one of the ten drivers will be a GT Academy driver, as well as expressing a desire to utilize some of Nissan’s Super GT pilots.
“Obviously we’ve got J.P. Oliveira who races in Japan and there’s some other fast Brazilian drivers around, so why not?” Cox said.
“There’s a lot of drivers knocking on my door. There’s some interesting ones that you wouldn’t expect to be talking to us, that you would have thought they’d be happy where they are. Maybe they’re not.”
Additionally, Cox said each of the ten drivers (nine race and one test/reserve) will be announced separately. A two-car program is still planned for the entire FIA WEC, with a third car for Le Mans.
Source: Sportscar 365