The new Nissan GT-R-LM was created from scratch with a brief from NISMO president, Darren Cox to the designers simply not to build him an Audi or a P1 copy and they delivered by creating this 1,200 hp front wheel driven car built to race in the World Endurance Championshiop (Le Mans).

Powered by a conventional 3.0-liter V6 gasoline engine feeding the front wheels with power, but a kinetic energy recovery system (ERS) rounds out the car’s power supply to bring the horsepower to 1,250.

Pretty impressive but my question is why is a 1 horse-powered man pulling the car with his bicycle on a racetrack recently?

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