Nissan Motor Company, Ltd., and Keiko Ihara, currently the only Japanese female driver competing in the World Endurance Championships (WEC) - the highest form of sports-car endurance racing in the world - have signed a partnership agreement to promote zero emission mobility.
The No.25 G-Drive Racing by Delta-ADR entry took victory at Silverstone today at the opening round of the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC). In fact Nissan-powered cars took the top eight positions in the six-hour season-opener.
G-Drive Racing's entry into the FIA World Endurance Championship (WEC) has been revealed as the Official Nissan Partner entry for 2013. Operated by Delta-ADR, the team will run two Russian G-Drive branded Oreca LMP2 cars, powered by Nissan NISMO, in the full WEC season, and at the world-famous Le Mans 24 Hours in June.