One of Nissan’s potential motorsport development projects, the carbon-free Nissan Z Racing Concept will compete in the NAPAC Fuji SUPER TEC 24-hour race.
Nissan has announced that the carbon-free Nissan Z Racing Concept will compete in the NAPAC Fuji SUPER TEC 24-h race. The second round of the 2023 ENEOS Super Taikyu Series, a 24-hour race at the NAPAC Fuji SUPER TEC will be held from May 26-28 at the Fuji Speedway in Shizuoka Prefecture.
After reaching the checkered flag after the 24-hour endurance race was developed for the first time last year, Nissan will continue to demonstrate its claim in motorsport with the Nissan Z.
According to the Nissan Z GT4, the Nissan Z Racing Concept, which is a version with improvements mainly in terms of aerodynamics and cooling system, will enter the ST-Q class this year. Participating in the race will allow Nissan to gather important data for the development of race cars and spare parts and expand their carbon neutral experience.
Aiming to be carbon neutral across the product lifecycle by fiscal year 2050, Nissan not only participates in the all-electric ABB FIA Formula E World Championship racing series, but focuses on a wide range of carbon motorsports .
Commenting on the matter, Head of Nissan and NMC Business Division Takao Katagiri said, “We focus on sustainability while expanding our capabilities in motorsports. With this tough 24-hour endurance race, we aim to get as much data as we can use in future developments. We are working on improvements to create more attractive vehicles for our customers around the world.’ say.