Sport Car /Competition
Nissan stopped competing in the Le Mans after 1990, but NISMO took its place. Their Skyline-based GT car - NISMO GT-R LM - was entered for Le Mans in 1995 and 1996. In 1995, this No.22 car (H. Fukuyama/S. Kasuya) was 10th overall and 5th in its class. It was modified to 2WD (FR) drive, a better choice for heavy vehicles. And unlike the No.23 car, it was powered by a Group N specification engine.