• No.124

Nissan R91CP (1991 : -)

Sport Prototype/Competition

Specifications

Overall length / width / height
4,800/1,990/1,100mm
Wheelbase
2,795mm
Tread (front/rear)
1,600/1,560mm
Curb weight
Over 930kg
Engine
VRH35Z (V8, DOHC), 3,496cc
Engine Max. power
Over 500kW (680PS)/7,200rpm
Engine Max. torque
Over 784Nm (80.0kgm)/5,200rpm
Engine Turbocharger
IHI twin turbo
Transmission
VGC (5-speed)
Suspension
Double wishbone (front & rear)
Brakes
14in. carbon (front & rear)
Tires (wheels)(front)
25.5x12.0x17 (13Jx17)
Tires(wheels)(rear)
28.5x14.5x18 (15Jx18)
  • Note:Tires: Goodyear

    Winner of '92 24 Hours of Daytona race

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Nissan R91CP(1991: -)

Nissan started making Group C cars in 1985. At first a Nissan engine would be mounted in a foreign-made chassis (March Engineering or Lola Cars International), and entered in the WEC (World Endurance Championship) and Japan's own endurance series. The R91CP, however, was entirely Nissan-made, and - driven by Masahiro Hasemi, K. Hoshino, and Toshio Suzuki - it captured the title in the 1992 Daytona 24 Hours, the first time that a Japanese team or Japanese car had done so.