Honda launches global NSX racing programme

Honda launches global NSX GT3 customer racing programme

2y ago

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Honda has announced that in conjunction with JAS Motorsport, Honda Performance Development (HPD) and Mugen, the NSX GT3 will be offered for sale around the world to race for the 2018 season.

Already a multiple-race winner in its inaugural season of IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Championship competition in the U.S. the Honda NSX GT3 is eligible to race in more than two dozen FIA-sanctioned race events around the world.

The NSX GT3 has been designed by Honda R&D in Japan in collaboration with JAS Motorsport in Milan, Italy. The car’s development has been undertaken as a collaborative project over the past three years that has also included HPD since the end of 2015 with over 85,000km of race and test mileage completed. An initial batch of 12 cars will be produced in time for the start of the 2018 race season.

The production-based 3.5-litre, twin-turbocharged V6 racing engines are built alongside their production vehicle counterparts at the Anna Engine Plant in Ohio, USA. The racing engine uses the same design specifications as the production NSX, including the block, heads, valve train, crankshaft, pistons and dry-sump lubrication system. A six-speed, sequential-shift racing gearbox delivers power to the NSX GT3’s rear wheels, while a state-of-the-art chassis and aerodynamic package finishes off the NSX’s impressive performance credentials.

The exposed carbon fibre, race-ready NSX GT3 is offered for sale at a starting price of €465,000 as delivered by JAS Motorsport. Additional options and complete customer support, including parts and sales, training and engineering services are available.

Tags: #Honda, #NSX, #HondaNSX, #Supercar, #JDM, #Racecar, #news

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Comments (3)

  • They look completely hot. I'm still yet to see a road-going version of this car. Guess I need to go to Nth America.

      2 years ago
    • I've yet to see one driving in person. I've only seen them parked up at motor shows.

        2 years ago
    • Just go to IMSA or PWC race events then and you will see them in flesh!

        2 years ago
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