Toyota, Honda and Nissan, in that order. NISMO has announced its athletic program for the season 2016 and with the well-established absence in the category LMP1 in the WEC after the fiasco of monumental of the Nissan GT-R LM NISMO, the brand focuses its activity in the GT and also in the F3. Nissan will have a presence in different categories to the length and breadth of the planet, although their three main programs are very defined and reside in the two modalities of the Blancpain GT Series in Europe, as well as the Super GT and F3 in Japan.
Among all their official riders becomes to have a Spanish. Lucas Ordoñez played the Blancpain Endurance Series, in what represents his return in a strong Europe. Nissan has chosen to bring together talents of different origin in the Blancpain GT Series, which justifies the presence of the pilot in madrid. Alex Buncombe and Mitsunori Takaboshi will carry the weight of the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 in the Pro category, while Lucas Ordóñez will join them in the resistance tests. The other GT-NISMO of the category Pro-Am will be piloted by Seam Walkinshaw, accompanied by Matt Simmons and Romain Sarazin in resistance and by Ricardo Sanchez in the appointments to the sprint.
Doing a brief review by the rest of the programs, Nissan will have four Nissan GT-R NISMO GT500 and a Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 in the different categories of the Super GT japanese. Three of the vehicles of the category queen will be managed by private teams, while the drive of the NISMO will be piloted by Tsugio Matsuda and Ronnie Quintarelli. Finally, in the F3 japanese Nissan will have two pilots protected in the team B-MAX Racing Team NDDP. These two pilots are Katsumasa Chiyo and Jann Mardenborough, old, well-known in Europe for its presence in different championships.