Went out Darren Cox through the back door and came Michael Carcamo from Mexico. That was the last novelty in the project of NISMO in relation to the Nissan GT-R LM NISMO. After more than two weeks of absolute silence with respect to LMP1 with Nissan, it seems that we once again have news. Michael Carcamo already acts as the Director of Computer and although Nissan will not be present at the appointment end of the World Endurance (WEC) in Bahrain, the leader of the team has left to see by the paddock of the 6 Hours of Bahrain, leaving some tracks on the project team for 2016.
In their first contact with the WEC, along with other representatives of Nissan, Michael Carcamo left first owner. The new Director of the Team NISMO confirmed in statements to Sportscar365 in 2016, there will be only two Nissan GT-R LM NISMO, both at Le Mans as throughout the rest of testing of the WEC, discarding the option of aligning a third LMP1 in the appointment queen, the 24 Hours of Le Mans. For its part, the possible departure of Olivier Pla to the GT program Ford could also force changes in the alignment of drivers.
Meanwhile, the work continues for the team, that looking to return in 2016 with a LMP1 based on the original concept and revolutionary project. The team did several test at the Circuit of the Americas from their disastrous appearance at Le Mans. The Nissan GT-R LM NISMO specs 2016 not debut until early next year, although Nissan has been making advances in the hybrid system. Compared with the prototype NISMO, the driver Harry Tincknell has been shown to be very hopeful. Believes that the new model will be much more competitive thanks to the renewed and more intense efforts of Nissan.