Car is turn-key and race ready, with all suspension bits crack checked for safety. After its most recent race, the car has had a ground up rebuild with all metal work crack checked with certificates and re-keyfosed. The car has new wheel bearings and new carbon brakes. Car has been fitted with the Judd powerplant from the original Nissan, which is more powerful and more cost effective to maintain than the Nissan unit. The images of the model are how the car looked when it ran in European Le Mans Series (ELMS). It has the upgraded lightweight body and the Le Mans kit from when it ran at Le Mans. Seller is willing to put it back to fresh Le Mans livery unless buyer has a specific livery, and that will be included in the sales price. Please see spares/extras list below.
Race History - This car finished 2nd in the 2014 Le Mans 24 hours. It won the 2016-2017 Asian Le Mans championship. It won the most races (2 out of 4) in the 2018-2019 Asian Le Mans championship. The car last competed in the 24 hours of Le Mans where Sir Chris Hoys drove the car with Michael Muneman and Andrea Pizzitola to 12th in class.
- Engine: Judd HK V8
- data acquisition system and telemetry system Motec C185
- Gearbox: Xtrac 626B 6-speed Sequential, cooled by oil exchanger
- Semi-Automatic pneumatic steering wheel paddle system Megaline