The news that Nissan Motorsport will not make the start of the FIA World Endurance Championship season comes as no major surprise to many.
Ex-Formula One driver Max Chilton will race with Nissan in the World Endurance Championship this year, the Briton completing the LMP1 driver line-up for the Japanese manufacturer.
The team has remained faithful to French constructor Onroak Automotive.
Talk about crossover advertising.
Nissan has revealed plans to launch a two-car assault on Le Mans in 2015.
Second victory for the team that qualified third in class
Most successful LM P2 engine supplier, Nissan, to work with Onroak Automotive.
Through its activities as constructor, motorist and R&D, ORECA Technology will be involved in all forms of auto racing this season.
Oak Racing crowned FIA World Endurance LM P2 Champions in Bahrain; G-Drive Racing takes outright podium finish and LM P2 class win.
GT Academy graduate, Wolfgang Reip and single-single racer Jon Lancaster will make their debut in the WEC with Greaves Motorsport.
The final round of the 2013 FIA World Endurance Championship, the 6 Hours of Bahrain, begin Thursday, November 28 with two free practices.
Final showdown in the WEC 2013 season will take place on the Sakhir circuit.
G-Drive Racing storms to third win in 2013 FIA World Endurance Championship.
G-Drive and Aston Martin continue in front in their respective classes.
The nr7 Toyota TS030 hybrid holds the overall lead in the 6 Hours of Shanghai.