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Nissan concedes that this month's third round of the SUPER GT season at Suzuka is a 'must-win' event following a rare engine failure for the manufacturer's flagship NISMO car last week at Fuji Speedway.
Nissan dropping Jann Mardenborough from its GT500 line-up for the 2021 SUPER GT season is not only puzzling from a performance point of view - it's also symbolic of the company's withdrawal from most forms of international motorsport, believes Jamie Klein.
Ronnie Quintarelli says he's convinced that the 2021 SUPER GT season will be a "different situation" for Nissan as it won't have to repeat last year's painful learning process.
Nissan driver Ronnie Quintarelli admits he “couldn’t have imagined” being in a position to challenge for the SUPER GT title this year after a poor start to the season.
Ronnie Quintarelli admits he was surprised with how good his Nissan GT-R felt in qualifying for the penultimate round of the SUPER GT season at Motegi, considering his high success handicap.
Nissan has downplayed its chances of fighting for the SUPER GT title as it believes the GT-R will not be competitive enough against Honda and Toyota without weight handicaps.
Nissan SUPER GT driver Tsugio Matsuda says he thought he had almost been lapped when he assumed the lead of last weekend’s Suzuka race.
The works NISMO Nissan GT-R that suffered a heavy crash during qualifying for the Suzuka SUPER GT round has been repaired ahead of Sunday's race.
Ronnie Quintarelli believes Nissan's SUPER GT title hopes this year rest on the three other GT-R crews upping their performance and fighting at the sharp end of the field.
In taking the covers off its Z Proto concept car, Nissan may have provided us with a first glimpse of its next-generation SUPER GT car.
Nissan admits it was overly "conservative" in the first two rounds of the SUPER GT season and its Suzuka success was a result of it going "all-out" with its revised GT-R contender.
Ronnie Quintarelli believes that a last-second pit strategy deviation was key to he and Nissan teammate Tsugio Matsuda’s first SUPER GT win in two years at Suzuka.
Ronnie Quintarelli says there are “no more excuses” for Nissan in this weekend’s second Fuji SUPER GT round after a disappointing start to the year for the brand.
Factory Nissan driver Ronnie Quintarelli is optimistic of being able to end the marque’s longest-ever SUPER GT title drought in 2020 with what he feels is the best GT-R in years.
While the failure of the Toyota GT-One to win on either of its two Le Mans 24 Hours appearances is well-documented, its even more ignominious defeat on its final race outing at the hands of Nissan is often forgotten. Here's the full story of how Toyota lost the 1999 Fuji 1000km.
Shell's presence in motorsport may well be most famously associated with Formula 1, but it has also grown its presence with strategic partnerships in the ABB FIA Formula E Championship.
Oliver Turvey is among the drivers Nissan e.dams is in talks with for the 2018/19 Formula E season, but team boss Jean-Paul Driot says “any possible drivers” are being considered.
New Nissan Australia boss Stephen Lester says ‘everything is on the table’ as the brand evaluates its future in Supercars.
Nissan is reaching a ‘critical point’ in terms of the direction of its Supercars programme, in particular its engine package, according to Australian CEO Richard Emery.
Factory aces will do battle aboard the No. 22 and 23 Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3.
Nissan Australia’s CEO Richard Emery says the axing of the Altima from the local road car line-up has ‘no bearing’ on the Supercars programme.
Simona de Silvestro says she wouldn’t have considered a full-time switch to Supercars if she hadn’t been able to secure a three-year guarantee.
David Wall and David Russell are tipped to be closing in on two of the top remaining seats in the Supercars field for the long-distance races at Sandown, Bathurst, and on the Gold Coast.
The factory Nissan crew has pulled an all-nighter to get the crashed #24 GT-R fixed ahead of today’s qualifying session for the Bathurst 12 Hour.
Nissan Australia is hoping the signing of Swiss starlet Simona de Silvestro will take motorsport “beyond traditional male audiences”, according to CEO Richard Emery.
Simona de Silvestro is closing in on a decision as to which Supercars team she will race for full-time in 2017, with Nissan Motorsport and Prodrive Racing Australia now the two firm favourites for her services.
Michael Caruso will run a special tribute livery celebrating the 25th anniversary of Nissan’s first Bathurst victory at Mount Panorama this week.
Nissan has confirmed a major commitment to Australian motor racing, with a two-year extension to its Supercars programme, a full Australian GT assault, and an expanded Bathurst 12 Hour line-up.