Nissan GT-R Supercar: Born to Race

Veloce Publishing Ltd, 15 févr. 2010 - 226 pages
This book contains rare pictures, schemas and graphs detailing the many unique qualities of the Nissan GT-R, a car that revolutionized modern sports car dynamics. Analysis of the motorsport history of the GT-R provides an original view of development of the models, and comparison of them with other sports and racing cars. It features an original and critical analysis of the new GT-R R35, and the R35 Spec V, which will be launched in the beginning of 2009 and is also represented in the book. With over 400 color photographs, this is essential reading for sports car fans.

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Foreword by Alex Gorodji
BCNR33 54 The struggle for 21 seconds at the Nürburgring
It takes three generations to achieve
Is it another revolution? 124 The GTR Concept 125 The GTR Proto 126 THE CBAR35 GTR 128 Is it a supercar? 128 Can the R35 be regarded as a s...
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Dennis Gorodji was born in Moscow, Russia, in 1981, and graduated from Orange County college (USA) in 2005 with a diploma in electronics. From 2000, he worked with his father in his auto shop, which specialised in left-hand drive conversions of the GT-Rs in Santa Ana (California). He had a chance to study these cars and their unique intelligent electronic systems. The GT-R remains the main passion of his life.

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