Today Nissan enters the Guinness Book of records thanks to a spectacular manoeuvre carried out by one of their sports. The Nissan GT-R Nismo was chosen to try to make the derrapada faster. We all know drifting and its spectacular racing, with cars taking the curves on one side and your rear axle is dancing and burning tires, leaving long trails of smoke in its wake.
But on this occasion it lock drift, but the maximum speed that could be obtained. To do this, the guys from Nissan are moved to the International Airport in Fujairah, (United Arab Emirates). In their runways of more than 3 miles, and the pilot Masato Kawabata, a specialist in drift, would prove luck aboard a Nissan GT-R Nismo prepared for the occasion.
it Is noteworthy that this was not the newly introduced GT-R 2017, but a MY16 prepared by Nismo and GReddy to get a power of 1.380 CV which was given only the rear axle. Before attempting the record on the vehicle had been tested in the circuit Fuji Speedway (Japan). Everything had to be perfect, since according to the rules of Guinness World Records, she would have only three chances.
Finally this monstrous Nissan GT-R Nismo driven by Kawabata managed to drift with a angle of 30 ° at a rate of 304,96 km/h, surpassing the previous mark of Jakub Przygoński and therefore, beating the world record. For this feat the brand nippon counted with the collaboration of Messages for the pilot’s seat, RAYS wheels from the GT-R and Toyo Tires with special tires for drift.
Source – Nissan
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