Nissan: Strong gait by GT-R patrol in World Challenge in Canada

Posted on 24. May, 2016 by in Nissan Canada

BOWMANVILLE, Ontario, Canada The Always Evolving / AIM Autosport Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 patrol showed clever gait in a latest turn of a Pirelli World Challenge Championship during Canadian Tire Motorsport Park nearby Toronto.

James Davison and Bryan Heitkotter finished fifth and seventh in a opening competition on Saturday and softened serve on Sunday to cranky a line in second and fifth respectively on a damp track.

However, Davison was given a post competition chastisement for avoidable contact, that pushed him behind to 11th and towering Heitkotter to fourth.

The Always Evolving / AIM Autosport patrol have appealed a preference by competition officials.

“It was a illusory competition for us. we got a good start and changed adult 3 spots on a opening path in a non-static conditions,” pronounced Davison before to being given a bad news about a penalty. “It was positively a small wily out, though we devoted a GT-R and changed adult to second. We had a best opening all weekend and stayed within second or dual of a lead. We unequivocally maximized a package and now I’m looking brazen to Lime Rock subsequent weekend.”

The group will now make a 457-mile tour behind opposite a limit into a United States for subsequent weekend’s turn during Lime Rock Park, that will be hold on Saturday, May 28.

 

 

NISMO Calendar

May 28-29
Nurburgring 24 Hour, Nurburgring, Germany
Pirelli World Challenge, Lime Rock Park, Connecticut, USA
Micra Cup Canada, Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada

June 4-5
24 Hours of Le Mans Test Day

June 12-13
24 Hours of Le Mans Scrutineering

June 18-19
24 Hours of Le Mans
Australian Supercars, Hidden Valley, Darwin, Northern Territory

 

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Contact

Jane Johnstone
Marketing Communications Director
Global Motorsport Communications
Nissan/NISMO
Phone: +44 7979 710646
Email: jane.johnstone@nissan.co.uk

Paul Ryan
Marketing and PR Manager
Phone: +1 678 644 0404
Email: paul@nismosupport.com

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