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Factory aces will do battle aboard the No. 22 and 23 Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3.
GT Academy winner Matt Simmons has been confirmed as part of Nissan’s Blancpain Endurance Series programme for a second year running, joining an all-Pro entry with new signings Matt Parry and Struan Moore.
A practice crash has ruled the factory Nissan GT Academy Team Kelly GT-R out of the Highlands 101 this weekend.
Alex Buncombe brought the car home to the chequered flag in the final stint of the three-hour event for the fourth place finish.
The test at Circuit Paul Ricard was the first opportunity for GT Academy Team RJN to have all seven drivers together to prepare for the season ahead.
Young Aussie Matt Simmons has gone from gamer to Blancpain Endurance driver thanks to winning the Nissan GT Academy. He spoke to Andrew van Leeuwen after the Paul Ricard test.
Before winning 2015 GT Academy, Simmons was a passionate gamer, motorsport fan and Australia Post courier van driver, now is testing a Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 at the Paul Ricard in France.
Nissan's 2016 line-up will continue the development of the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 at the Blancpain pre-season test.
Nissan will compete in 14 championships, with 34 drivers and defend 9 titles around the globe in 2016.
Nissan has revealed all the details of its 2016 global motor racing programme, which includes Jann Mardenborough shifting to Japan for Super GT and Formula 3.
V8 Supercars star and Motorsport.com columnist Rick Kelly tells us how he helped a postman become a professional racecar driver in England.