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Nissan: Nissan NISMO Festival lets fans respect Nissan’s racing success and history

OYAMA, Japan – Nissan’s annual NISMO Festival is energetically awaited by motorsports enthusiasts around a world. Held towards a finish of a year’s racing deteriorate during Fuji Speedway in Oyama, Japan, NISMO Festival brings fans closer to a code by a jubilee of a successes, both stream and historic, as it closes out a annual motorsports calendar in Japan.

In expectation of a arriving 18th annual NISMO Festival on Nov 29, 2015, we demeanour behind during some highlights of past NISMO Festivals below.


2014 NISMO Festival a resounding success with over 35,000 fan turnout
Nov. 30, 2014

Nissan Skyline GT-R R34 (GT500) Onboard during Fuji
Ride on-board with Alex Buncombe in a classical Pennzoil NISMO Skyline GT-R R34 GT500 around a famous Fuji circuit. Al jumped in a automobile for a spin around Fuji before a 2014 NISMO Festival.





The “NISMO Festival 2014” was hold during Fuji Speedway, and a outrageous 35,000-strong throng of Nissan and NISMO fans came out to suffer it. First non-stop in 1997, this is a 17th year this eventuality has been hosted in sequence to uncover appreciation for all a fans.

This year a eventuality focused on looking behind on a story of NISMO, that is celebrating a 30th anniversary. From a morning, a eventuality was sanctified with warm, gentle weather. The festival kicked off with an opening rite in that all active drivers and group principals seemed on a theatre to announce a start of a festivities. Having taken home both a driver’s and team’s titles in this year’s SUPER GT – when NISMO’s Tsugio Matsuda, Ronnie Quintarelli and group principal, Yutaka Suzuki stepped onto a theatre – a acclaim from a throng became unusually loud.

Read some-more about NISMO Festival 2014 here.


2013 NISMO Festival: Return of NISMO Festival brings fender throng to Fuji Speedway
Dec. 1, 2013

Fuji Speedway played horde to a NISMO Festival on Sunday, Dec 1, where dozens of Nissan’s many storied machines took to a lane in front of over 32,000 adoring fans. After one year divided (while NISMO was being relocated to a new HQ in Yokohama), this year’s festival validated a position as a preeminent of a manufacturer-based post-season extravaganzas.

With an design of bringing fans closer to a code by a jubilee of a successes, NISMO Festival is energetically awaited by motorsports enthusiasts.

The day was filled with on-track activity, gripping fans preoccupied as iconic machines battled in muster races, some of them piloted by their strange drivers.



Read some-more about NISMO Festival 2013 here.




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