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2011 Nissan GT-R - Intel

Highlights include a full harness system, HANS-device enabled Bride seats and more.

Aug 26, 2010

Race-Ready Club Track Edition Gt-R Drops

Developed by NISMO in association with Japanese racing outfitters Nova Engineering and Nordring, this 2011 GT-R variant is all about apexes. The Club Track Edition will be a lightweight race-prepped car with purpose-built Bilstein-based suspension, and rollcage-installed and ready for action. Other highlights include a full harness system, HANS-device enabled Bride seats and 20-inch Rays rollers. NISMO did not reveal any engine modifications but did not deny such either. Nissan is also developing a GT-R driver's club to better serve its weekend racer customer base.

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