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|10-03-2016 09:07 AM|
I know nothing about their engineering team but maybe we'll see their familiar, red, white and blue livery on the NSX.
|09-30-2016 09:33 AM|
|Shawn||Not too sure.. as much as they can while staying within spec. I guess|
|09-29-2016 09:01 AM|
|FastAndFurious||going to be interesting to see what Michael Shank Racing will do to the NSX as they earlier this year at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.|
|09-27-2016 03:49 PM|
|jdmnsx||That's true, currently there's nothing to pull from it but of course future considerations are always on the table, just have to keep an eye on what they have planned, any news announcements, etc.|
|09-27-2016 09:17 AM|
I don't either.
But obviously information from motorsport to production gets spread around and what not, that's a given. But like @RedNSX said, motorsports is funded by different people. There's technology and hardware that a certain company that's providing sponsorship will put into these cars that production R&D will never touch.
|09-27-2016 09:08 AM|
Motorsports is partly funded by sponsors and partly by the automaker, one gets advertisements and the other gets to develop prototype features that they can trickle into their production lineup. from the looks of the Honda Ligier JS P2 , I really don't see what they can take from it to use in the NSX.
|09-26-2016 03:24 PM|
Unless they have future plans for that.
Motorsports is almost always used as a test bed for production, it's one of the best ways to monetize off of the millions they already spend, motorsports isn't cheap.
|09-26-2016 08:34 AM|
|NightWing||But it isn't... so I guess irrelevant ? lol|
|09-23-2016 11:15 AM|
I thought that would be running a hybrid, if that was the case then it might have been something to keep an eye on due to the whole trickle down effect that happens from motorsports to production.
|09-23-2016 10:07 AM|
I just checked up on this and it says Michael Shank is driving the Honda Ligier JS P2 because he's racing the Prototype Class
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