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Jann is the man at Hockenheim
Jul. 21, 2014

Jann is the man at Hockenheim

Virtual-to-reality, gamer-to-racer, sim-to-win. Call it what you like. Jann Mardenborough showed the world he has what it takes to win in GP3 against the cream of the crop of single-seater racing talent.
Sir Chris Hoy (left) and Wolfgang Reip on the podium at Spa
Jul. 12, 2014

Sir Chris Hoy flies the flag for Nissan on the British GT podium

Sir Chris Hoy put his off-track excursion at Goodwood far behind him today with an outstanding performance at Spa in round eight of the 2014 British GT Championship. Along with his Nissan teammate, 2012 GT Academy Europe winner Wolfgang Reip, he took a second place podium finish at one of the world’s toughest race tracks.
Nissan shuffles NISMO drivers ahead of Spa 24 Hours
Jul. 7, 2014

Nissan shuffles NISMO drivers ahead of Spa 24 Hours

Nissan has shuffled its driver line-ups ahead of this month's Spa 24 Hours. In the No.35 Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 squad – already strengthened by the addition of two-time Super GT GT500 Champion Masataka Yanagida – Mark Shulzhitskiy replaces his Russian counterpart Stanislav Aksenov and joins Katsumasa Chiyo and Miguel Faisca.
Nissan survives the longest night at the Nürburgring
Jun. 22, 2014

Nissan survives the longest night at the Nürburgring

Two Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 race cars have finished the 2014 Nürburgring 24 Hours. The grueling race, held on the 25-kilometer Nordschleife, saw over 160 cars and 600 drivers compete for glory in one of the toughest racing events in the world.
Nissan GT-R NISMO GT-3
Jun. 17, 2014

All-star Nissan drivers take on the Nurburgring 24 Hours

Nissan heads "home" this weekend to the Nurburgring, the scene of the manufacturer's volume production lap record and the track where the GT-R is developed. With an all-star international team of drivers, competing in Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3s this is Nissan's biggest assault on the Nurburgring 24 Hours in recent times.
No.35 Ligier JS P2 Nissan
Jun. 12, 2014

GT Academy winners off to a flyer in P2

In the LM P2 class at Le Mans today, it was a great day for the Nissan engine, which took the first eight positions in class. The new Ligier JS P2 chassis made a very successful debut, as the No.46 Thiriet by TDS Racing entry took pole position. The No.35 Oak Racing entry driven by two GT Academy winners grabbed third place.