• Nissan Special: From Confidence to Condolences

    Nissan Special: From Confidence to Condolences

    Nissan were one of the most anticipated aspects of the 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship. With a radical design and big plans to take Le Mans and the World Championship, it seemed like a slow start would be inevitable, but lead to success in the end. They brought a brave concept to the championship, however we will…

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  • GT Academy winner bags LMP2 seat

    2014 GT Academy winner Gaetan Paletou has been given the chance of a lifetime to race in LMP2 at the famous 24-hour race next weekend. With only nine months of experience racing predominantly GT cars, Paletou is the latest graduate of Nissan’s fabled gaming-to-racing training programme that has produced current LMP1 drivers Lucas Ordonez, Mark…

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  • Harry Tincknell Q&A: This is going to be really different!

    Harry Tincknell is one of the latest drivers to arrive in the top class of the World Endurance Championship. He will be making his LMP1 debut in April for Nissan in their GT-R LM at the 6 Hours of Silverstone. We caught up with him in this exclusive interview ahead of his first full season in…

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  • Nissan announce three more drivers

    After a secretive year of information around the Nissan LMP1 project, the drivers are now beginning to break cover. Marc Gene, Harry Tincknell, Olivier Pla and Le Mans extra Tsugio Matsuda will be joined by Nissan regular and GT-R LM NISMO test driver, Michael Krumm and GT Academy winners Lucas Ordonez and Jann Mardenbourgh. When…

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  • Nissan Driver Line-up Still Under Wraps

    The 2015 FIA World Endurance Championship season marks the return of Nissan to the top class of prototype racing for the first time since the early 1990s. The Nissan GT-R LM NISMO is set to be unveiled on 8 December, and is reportedly already testing at Nissan’s top-secret test centre in Arizona. The driver line-up…

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