Úvod »» NISSAN The GTP & Group C Racecars 1984-1993: Lightning Speed
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The design and development of the Nissan Group C and GTP cars
Their racing history and success
Interview with the designer, Trevor Harris
The development of the twin turbocharged Nissan V6 engine
The success of the Nissan GTP car, winning four IMSA Championships from 1988-1991
How the American designed GTP car dominated IMSA racing in 1988-1989
Every cars history included in an appendix
Detailing the development and racing achievements of the Nissan GTP and Group C racecars. The book features revealing interviews with some of the notable drivers and designers involved, and, to complete the story, a detailed appendix covering the history of each car.
When Don Devendorf and John Knepp got together to form Electramotive Engineering of El Segundo, California, little did they realise that they were setting in motion a train of events which would sooner, rather than later, bring to them and the mighty Nissan GTP cars that they promoted, developed and raced, no less than four IMSA Camel GT Championships.
Here, for the first time, is the story of Nissan in racing from 1984 to 1993, the GTP era. The full story of Electramotive and NPTI is told, with interviews with Don Devendorf, John Knepp, Geoff Brabham, Trevor Harris, Kas Kastner, Ashley Page, and many other members of the crew that won the IMSA Camel GT Championship from 1988 to 1991.
The story of the European Group C Nissans, using chassis from March and Lola, from 1985 to 1992 is also told, along with interviews from many of the drivers and technicians involved, such as Mark Blundell, Julian Bailey, Dave Price and Bob Bell.
Period Covered: 1984-1993
Models Covered: Nissan R89, R90, GTP-ZXT, NTP190; Lola T810
The R89 and R90 Group C cars competed at the very top level against the TWR Jaguars and the Porsche 962 in World Championship Group C Racing in Europe and Asia. In America, the GTP cars dominated IMSA Sportscar racing from 1988, winning 8 straight victories in that year, until 1991.