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In Topic: 7th Annual VIR Forged Performance | GT-R Owners Track Day JULY 20, 2015

Yesterday, 02:23 PM

Not sure if we can make it this year or not.  Have a lot on our travel calendar already.  :-/

In Topic: 2016 GTR US Pricing Released: No Increase but Nissan sneaks in a 5HP power...

Yesterday, 02:21 PM

Maybe trying to use up the parts bin stock for what remains of the R35 life cycle???

In Topic: MC's #1 US Production GTR N1SMO "The One"

Yesterday, 02:19 PM

Forget taking the GT-R Nismo to the strip on Apr 9th, Matt... bring the Juke.  I'll bring my Soul Red Zone edition and we'll race them instead.  :poke:

In Topic: How many members in the NC area?

Yesterday, 02:12 PM

View PostMC, on 26 March 2015 - 03:44 PM, said:

you guys come out with me to the test and tune at Zmax thursday April 9th.. its from 5-9pm

I'm out... my car is out of commission for a few weeks while it gets upgrades for ZDayZ.  Even if it weren't, Thursday night meet on the other side of Charlotte is not something I can probably swing.  Would prefer to see us get a group together on a weekend sometime for a bite to eat and maybe a drive.  If that is still too hard for GT-R owners to pull off, I'll have to continue to rely on the more enthusaistic Nissan Z-car crowd to run around with.  :poke:


26 March 2015 - 02:13 PM

View PostMC, on 26 March 2015 - 01:56 PM, said:

so I  just asked Darren Cox  of NISMO if he would be open to a meet&greet and a tour of the car some time that weekend of the COTA race for us and he said he absolutely would and loved the idea.   so as the time gets closer to event I will sort all of that out and follow with them. right now the focus is to see this car get on track at Le Mans and confirm it will compete the rest of the season after that.

but yeah "if" everything works out im working on like a Q&A session and an up close and personal look at the LMP1 car as part of our meet maybe the night before the race or something

I also asked about what trickle down tech the R36 could gain from this car specifically an off the wall possibility of a FWD bias to the road car and he said the reason this racecar was FWD just to take advantage of an opportunity with the aerodynamic regulations.

Nice!  :clap: