• No.133

NISMO GT-R LM (1996: BCNR33)

24 Hours of Le Mans in 1996 (15th overall)
Sport Car / Competition

Specifications

Overall length / width / height
4,675/1,880/1,300mm
Wheelbase
2,720mm
Tread (front/rear)
1,560/1,535mm
Curb weight
1,250kg
Engine
RB26DETT (6-cyl. in line, DOHC), 2,795cc
Engine Max. power
Over 441kW (600PS)/7,000rpm
Engine Max. torque
Over 618Nm (63.0kgm)/5,500rpm
Transmission
Nissan 6-speed
Suspension
Double wishbone (front & rear)
Brakes
4-pod disc (front & rear)
Wheels (front, rear)
12Jx18, 12.75Jx18
Tires (front, rear)
315/40R18, 335/40R18 (BS)
  • Note:24 Hours of Le Mans '96 entry
    Drive system: 2WD (FR)

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NISMO GT-R LM (1996: BCNR33)

1990 was the last year Nissan cars ran at 24 Hours of Le Mans. But Nissan and NISMO (Nissan Motorsports International Co., Ltd.) launched “3-Year Project: Challenge to Le Mans” in 1995. The displacement of RB26DETT engine of Skyline GT-R (BCNR33), inline 6-cylinder DOHC twin turbo, was increased to 2,795cc. The engine output of the works machines exceeded 600ps.
This machine No.23 finished 15th (Overall) and 5th (Class) with the drivers M. Hasemi, K. Hoshino and T. Suzuki in 1996 with support from “Club Le Mans,” the Nissan Motorsports Fan Club in Japan with NISMO at the core.