Nissan: ESM group looks forward to Watkins Glen after rough Detroit

Posted on 07. Jun, 2017 by in Nissan Canada

YOKOHAMA, Japan — The Nissan-powered ESM group has a sights set on a unconditional turns of Watkins Glen after a tough conflict on a streets of Belle Isle in Detroit final weekend.

After a condensed subordinate event that was red-flagged before many of a IMSA prototypes had available a deputy lap, both Nissan-powered cars fought tough in a race. The Johannes outpost Overbeek/Ed Brown No. 22 automobile was using fourth late in a competition before it had to make a late stop for fuel.

The No. 2 entrance of Scott Sharp and Ryan Dalziel suffered a rear-end disaster with usually 10 mins remaining, a plant of a rough Belle Isle circuit.

“We showed in Long Beach how good a Patrón ESM Nissan DPi was on travel courses, so we were unequivocally looking for good things there. The No. 22 Tequila Patrón ESM guys did about as good as we could have finished today,” outpost Overbeek said.

Van Overbeek added: “The strategy, set up, array stops, motorist change, and Ed’s army were all mark on. Toward a end, we we’re using a rival fourth though anticipating for a yellow that never came. In a end, we had to stop for fuel, that shuffled us behind to seventh place.”

The subsequent turn of a IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar array will be in New York, during a Watkins Glen Six-Hour on Jul 2.




NISMO Calendar

June 17-18
24 Hours of Le Mans, Le Mans, France
Virgin Australia Supercars Championship, Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia

June 24-25
Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup, Circuit Paul Ricard, France
Pirelli World Challenge, Road America, Wisconsin

July 1-2
IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship, Watkins Glen, New York


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