New Honda NSX race vehicle
A recently-built Honda NSX race vehicle will compete within this weekend’s Britcar race at Brands Hatch.
The initial NSX continues to be created to adhere to the Britcar Production rules also it effectively completed its shakedown at Snetterton a week ago.
See the hi-res pics of the new Honda NSX race car
The vehicle continues to be made by Colchester-based John Danby Racing and it’ll be driven within the two races on 7 November, such as during the night, by Vicki Butler-Henderson, James Barclay and David Fenn.
John Danby, team principal, stated: “The uniqueness and advanced technology involved with this project presented several new challenges and we’re very happy to debut this exciting vehicle in the last event from the 2009 season.”
Features within the standard vehicle include upgraded brakes, dampers and tyres, while engine control and knowledge-logging abilities including Gps navigation, Fly by Wire and live feed video also boast.
A week ago, Honda introduced it had been axing its legendary NSX in the Japanese Super GT championship after 13 many years of competing.
Honda NSX racer axed
During it is time racing within the series – Japan’s top quality for GT cars – the NSX-GT has won the motive force and team titles, in 2000 and 2007. The vehicle has additionally sitting on pole 49 occasions and won 36 races.
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