Saturday 14 January 2012

Nissan will be competing in the ADAC GT Masters

Nissan will be competing in the ADAC GT Masters

The ADAC GT Masters gets into the 2012 season growth from the Far East. For the first time presents with Nissan and the GT-R supercar, a Japanese manufacturer of elite sports cars in the ADAC GT Masters. Nissan makes the tenth of April at the Motorsport Arena Oschersleben starting brand new season for even more diversity in the "league of super sports cars."

Used the newly developed GT-R driven by Schulze Motorsport, the Nissan by brothers Michael (27) and Tobias Schulze (30). The Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3 is adjacent to the McLaren MP4-12C and the Chevrolet Camaro in the 2012 season, the third newcomer to the ADAC GT Masters.

Schulze Motorsport increases with Nissan in the GT3 class in
Motorsport racing cars from Nissan Motorsport in Schulze tradition. After starting out in a variety of brand trophy was the team of family-dominated near Leipzig active with self-developed racing versions of the Nissan 350Z and Nissan GT-R in the past few years, especially in long distance races. With a Nissan GT-R Schulze motor sport with Tobias and Michael Schulze 2011 a class win at the ADAC Zurich 24h-managed race on the Nürburgring. "We are a family now already more than ten years been involved in motorsport and have a strong penchant for the Nissan GT-R," team boss Wolfram Schulze says about the background, with the Japanese super sports car in the ADAC GT Masters enter. "Therefore we, the decision was not difficult to start this year with the new Nissan GT-R, and the ADAC GT Masters offers an ideal platform."

Developed was the first Japanese sports cars in the GT3 class of JR Motorsports (JRM) in England in collaboration with Nissan Motorsport (Nismo) in Japan. JRM brings to the development of the GT-R best references. Sun won the British team, which also serve the Nissan GT3 customer teams, last year's drivers' title in the FIA ​​GT1 World Championship. Power-driven, the Japanese coupe from a 3.8-liter V6 engine with two turbochargers, delivers much more than 500 hp. "The Nissan has some bonds to the success in the World Championship GT1 car, although there are definite parallels to our self-developed GT-R, we have used on the Nürburgring-Nordschleife," said team boss Schulze, who during a long distance test in December had the opportunity to take the new Nissan extensively examined.

End of February comes the new Nissan GT-R
Schulze is proud to count this season to the first customer team from Nissan for the super athlete, because of GT-R is in its inaugural season still a rarity: "Nissan is planning initially with six cars, get one of them we", is Schulze full already anticipation. "JRM, 2011 who have already completed some testing duties with the GT-R, have assured us of an intensive care with the new Nissan." Wolfram Schulze is the end of February the first Japanese sports car for the inserts in the ADAC GT Masters at JRM pick up in England. "Then we will launch a test program in March. Not only the team must meet the new Nissan, including my two sons Tobias and Michael have to adjust after years on the long haul back to sprint races."

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