Nissan: Charging finish for Nissan in World Challenge Laguna finale

Posted on 11. Oct, 2016 by in Nissan Canada

MONTEREY, Calif. – The Always Evolving / AIM Autosport patrol has finished a Pirelli World Challenge deteriorate on a high note with Bryan Heitkotter grabbing a lectern in third place during Laguna Seca.

Heitkotter creatively crossed a line in fourth place, though strange competition leader Johnny O’Connell was penalized for avoidable hit and nude of his win.

The former GT Academy leader and this year’s Salt Lake City double-race hero had charged from ninth on a grid to finish a deteriorate with a podium.

The Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 of James Davison done identical swell in a race. After subordinate 14th, a Australian scored a seventh place finish.

“We had a unequivocally good competition today,” pronounced Heitkotter. “Last year we unequivocally struggled for gait though we done a best of it. This year we had most stronger gait and again done improvements in a race. I’m unequivocally happy with this weekend. For me it caps off a unequivocally good year. It has been a good deteriorate as my initial year as a pro GT driver. we unequivocally enjoyed using a GT-R with Always Evolving and AIM Autosport, and we unequivocally have to appreciate Nissan and NISMO. we finished fifth in a championship notwithstanding a integrate of issues early in a championship. The latter dual thirds of my deteriorate was unequivocally good. The coherence of my opening and a group was unequivocally strong. We’ve got good movement and I’m unequivocally looking brazen to a future.”

NISMO Calendar

October 15-16
FIA WEC, Fuji Speedway, Japan

October 22-23
ELMS, Estoril, Portugal
Australian Supercars, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia


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