Nissan: NISMO Nirvana

Posted on 06. Dec, 2017 by in Nissan Canada

TOKYO Thousands of fans possibly attended Fuji International Speedway or tuned in to NISMO.tv to see implausible Nissan motorsport story on a lane during final week’s NISMO Festival upheld by Motul.

Where did those classical Nissans – Group C cars, Super GT cars, Touring Cars and even an implausible arrangement of convene cars – come from?

The Zama Heritage Center in Japan. The Nissan Heritage Collection there facilities vehicles not usually from a company’s motorsport past, though also highway cars that date behind to a Datsun form 12 Phaeton from 1933.

More than 400 vehicles are housed in a Zama facility, and a singular collection of images from a core can be noticed by clicking here.

Note: More good facilities from a collection were filmed after a new NISMO Festival, so we can design some-more coverage of these classical Nissans in a months forward on a NISMO.tv YouTube channel.

Meantime, perspective a finish collection of cars during a Nissan Heritage Collection here.

 

 

Contact

Anna Teslik
Nissan Global Motorsport Communications Manager
+33 7 7614 7286
ateslik@nissan-europe.com

Paul Ryan
Nissan/NISMO
Global Motorsport Communications Marketing and PR Manager
+1 678 644 0404
paul@nismosupport.com

 

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