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AGUSCALIENTES, Mexico (May 26, 2015) – After almost five decades since the start of operations of Nissan in Mexico, the Japanese automaker has achieved a new milestone: producing the 10 millionth vehicle in Mexico. This figure represents the joi ...
Highlights from the first-ever Nissan Micra Cup race
A touching moment of solidarity crowned the inaugural series event. During the second race’s podium, the winner and Nissan GT Academy driver decided to offer his two Nissan Canada cheques of $1,500 worth of parts to new driver Mario Berthiaume, ...
Action shot of a few Top 10 finishers: Carl Nadeau (220), Abhinay Bikkani (3) and Valérie Limoges (4)
GT Academy Team driver Thanaroj Thanasitnitikate from Thailand leading the pack during Saturday's race leading the pack during Saturday's race
Two exceptional races kick-off the Nissan Micra Cup!
The podium after Saturday's race: Thanaroj Thanasitnitikate in first place, Jean-Michel Isabelle in second, Stefan Rzadzinski in third and Metod Topolnik leads the novice championship.
This first weekend of the Nissan Micra Cup held up to all of its promises. There was never a lack of action, a good omen for the next outing in two weeks during the Grand Prix du Canada, on the Circuit Gilles-Villeneuve in Montréal.
At the conclusion of the Nissan Micra Cup Spring Classic Weekend at Mont-Tremblant, Thanaroj Thanasitnitikate leads the drivers’ championship with 80 points, ahead of Olivier Bédard (68 points), and Stefan Rzadzinski (64 points), and Metod Topo ...