Nissan demonstrates GT-R LM Nismo's radical aero
In designing a front-engined, front-drive Le Mans prototype, Nissan was able to free itself from many of the restrictions placed on aerodynamic development. So while the likes of Toyota, Audi and Porsche struggle to create as much downforce as the regulations will allow at the rear of their cars, Nissan is finding boatloads more at the front.
It's an innovative approach if we've ever seen one, and you can see and hear the team explain how it all works in this latest video clip above.
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