Posted Jun 1st 2012 7:45PM
The Nissan name runs deep with strong Motorsports roots. From dominate GT cars and drift machines, their sports cars earned plenty of attention and die-hard fans at race tracks around the world. Nissan will be the dominant force at this year's Le Mans 24 Hours, with a quarter of all entries (more than any other manufacturer) running on Nismo-tuned Nissan power.
Spearheading Nissan's dominant entry to the famous endurance race, on June 16-17, will be the hugely innovative, experimental racing car - the Nissan DeltaWing - which aims to change the face of motor racing by completing the Le Mans 24 Hours using half the fuel and half the tire material of a conventional LMP racer.
Leading the charge in the LMP2 class, in which Nismo-produced Nissan units power more than half of the competing cars, are Nissan's partner teams, Signatech Nissan and Greaves Motorsport.
Click here to watch the mighty Nissan DeltaWing in action!