Nissan ZEOD RC
At the helm will be Nissan Super GT driver Michael Krumm, who was also part of the DeltaWing program. Krumm has Le Mans experience and he recently finished third in the LMP2 class at this past running of the race. Once the car gets over to the U.K., GT Academy star Lucas Ordonez will handle most of the test driving duty. Ordonez was part of the team along with Krumm that scored that excellent Le Mans finish.
With the home of NISMO a mere 90 minutes away from the Fuji Speedway, the car should prove to have plenty of fans in the crowd. The team is excited to see just what sort of speeds the car is currently capable of achieving. Additionally, some of the competitors at the race will also run at Le Mans, which means the team will gather a few key data points to help them compare their performance to that of the other vehicles.
The Nissan ZEOD RC will run out of Garage 56 when it gets to Le Mans. This is the garage designation for innovative and experimental vehicles, and it's exactly where the DeltaWing raced from when it hit the track.