• No.178

Nissan R390GT1 (1998 : R390)

24 Hours of Le Mans in 1998 (5th overall)
Sport Prototype/Competition

Specifications

Overall length / width / height
4,720/2,000/1,090mm
Wheelbase
2,720mm
Tread (front/rear)
1,710/1,640mm
Curb weight
Over 1,000kg
Engine
VRH35L (V8, DOHC), 3,495cc
Engine Max. power
Over 478kW (650PS)/6,800rpm
Engine Max. torque
Over 706Nm (72.0kgm)/4,400rpm
Engine Turbocharger
IHI twin turbo (x2)
Transmission
6-speed (sequential)
Suspension
Double wishbone (front & rear)
Brakes
AP 6-pod carbon (front & rear)
Tires (wheels)(front)
280/35R18 (11Jx18)
Tires(wheels)(rear)
335/40R18 (13Jx18)
  • Note:Clarion
    5th overall in '98 Le Mans (No.30 original)

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Nissan R390GT1 (1998 : R390)

Nissan R390GT1 is the racing car that was manufactured under GT1 regulations of the time to win 24 Hours of Le Mans in late 1990s. It finished 12th in the overall category at its first challenge in 1997, but in 1998 all the 4 participating machines finished in the top 10 in the overall category (No.32 steered by Kazuyoshi Hoshino, AguriSuzuki and Masahiko Kageyamawon 3rd, No.30 finished 5th, No.31 finished 6th, and No.33 finished 10th).
This car is the genuine machine of No.30 of Nissan R390GT1 that won 5th.