Nissan has teamed up with the Muscle Milk Pickett Racing team in an attempt to return to its glory days of racing. Between 1988 and 1991 alone, Nissan dominated the American sports car racing scene by winning four consecutive driver’s championships, three manufacturer’s titles, and 33 IMSA races.
Today, Nissan seeks to repeat that success with Muscle Milk Pickett Racing, a team that already has a lot of experience under its belt with back-to-back Le Mans Series championship victories. Their first race with Nissan will be at the inaugural TUDOR United SportsCar Championship, but we’re especially looking forward to Alex Brundle’s performance at the Rolex 24 Daytona.
The young British driver has already proven his mettle in the Nissan P2 World Endurance Championship and is certainly aiming to follow in the footsteps of his father Martin Brundle, who won the American round-the-clock endurance classic 26 years ago.
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