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Nissan Near Factory British GT Program As They Search For Driver

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JRM will be looking to take Nissan one step further in the British GT Championship after the Japanese manufacturer just fell short in the 2012 season.

Launching a factory-supported assault on the 2014 British GT Championship, JRM have confirmed that the programme will be run by JMH Racing, with direct support coming from the factory, including engineers, technicians and pre- and post-race preparation as well as the Nissan parts truck provided by official partner of the GT-R Nismo GT3, JRM.

As a result, the team has a seat available for a Bronze graded driver on an arrive and drive basis to race alongside a Pro driver in the latest Nissan GT-R Nismo GT3. The car is an evolution of that that won the 2013 Blancpain Endurance Series ProAm Drivers and Teams championship.

The British GT campaign forms a major part of JRM’s big plans for 2014, which also sees the team attack the Blancpain Sprint and GT Open series, while continuing in the Blancpain Endurance ProAm Series in search of back-to-back titles.

For more information on the arrive and drive budget, contact JRM’s Steve Smith at [email protected]

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