The upcoming 24 Hours of Le Mans will mark the first time that Nissan’s NISMO team has entered the LM P1 category as well as the first time that a front-wheel drive car will take on the course in that category. Nissan’s NISMO team explains why they chose to utilize FWD in their GT-R LM NISMO, which is remarkably saloon-like in its hood length as a result.
We note that on the victory run, FWD will make it a bit more difficult to spin celebratory donuts..
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