Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3

As the Nissan GT-R is based on the concept of “pursuing the ultimate driving pleasure”, it is inseparable from motorsports. By competing in prestigious international competitions, the refined technology and driving presence of the Nissan GT-R has continued to evolve. The NISSAN GT-R NISMO GT3, a racing car developed based on the regulations of the FIA GT3 platform, is also a successor of the Nissan GT-R legacy.

Construction year
2016
Active racing years
2016
Engine
3.8L V6 TwinTurbo
Restoration
-
Power
± 600 hp
Certification
FIA GT3 / DMSB
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3
Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3

Nissan Nismo GT-R GT3

As the Nissan GT-R is based on the concept of “pursuing the ultimate driving pleasure”, it is inseparable from motorsports. By competing in prestigious international competitions, the refined technology and driving presence of the Nissan GT-R has continued to evolve. The NISSAN GT-R NISMO GT3, a racing car developed based on the regulations of the FIA GT3 platform, is also a successor of the Nissan GT-R legacy.

Since it’s launch in 2012, the NISMO GT3 has competed in GT3 races in which numerous global manufacturers compete for the victory. It has continued to refine it’s competitive performance. It won the overall victory at “BATHURST 12 Hour”, a race held at a special course made of enclosed public roads in Australia in 2015. It also raced in the “SUPER GT Series” GT300 class that was held in Japan, in which GT cars from various manufacturers displayed a heated battle between rivals. The Nissan won 1st and 2nd for two consecutive races of both the Fuji round and Thai round, proving it’s high competitive performance.

In addition, it won the championship at the BLANCPAIN ENDURANCE, the largest GT3 championship in Europe. In 2016, it won in all six races for the “Super Endurance Series”, easily winning the series championship. At the “Total 24 Hours of Spa”, one of the top three global 24 hour races, the car finished all the races consecutively 4 years in a row between 2014 and 2017, as well as finishing “24 Hours Nurburgring” consecutively between 2014 and 2016, proving it’s durability and reliability. The technology and experience accumulated and refined during these severe competitions were inherited and used to continiously improve the racecar.

This specific car, with chassisno. R35GT3-8005, is build by JRM/ NISMO ( the official manufacturer for NISMO in Europe) beginning of 2016 to  GT3 specifications valid at that time. (GT3-030 14/07 VO) This in commission for the wellknown German team ZAKSPEED. In addition, the car got prepared for action on one of the most challenging and brutal circuits, the Nurburgring-Nordschleife, also known as the Green Hell. This was done in compliance to the German DMSB regulations, valid for the VLN Langstrecke Meisterschaft.

It has a empty weight of 1290 kg, and a twin turbo V6 engine of 3,8 Liters. Running with restrictors, depending on size and turbo pressure, the engine produces easily over 600 PS @ 6500 rpm and a torque of over 650+ NM @ 4000 rpm. The engine management is adjustable thru a MAP switch. It has a Hewland sequential 6 speed transaxle, paddle shift gear change system, adjustable ABS and Traction control settings, driver drink systems etc.

This car only saw action during the 2016 VLN championship, including the 24 hours race at the Green Hell. It was the first official entry in the 24 hour races for the Japanese constructor with a GT-R, together with team RJN-Motorsport. It was driven by Tom Coronel, Florian Strauss, Marc Gassner and Hendrik Still.

The car was retired in 2017 before the 24 hour race, and not been raced since. It is still in it’s original livery as used in 2016. The car is for sale with a impressive spare parts package, manuals, homologations, etc.

Feel free to contact us for more info and pricing.

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