A strong qualifying performance and fast opening stint from Katherine Legge, followed by a quick pit stop by the Michael Shank Racing team and successful closing run by co-driver Andy Lally, netted the first victory for the Acura NSX GT3 in international sports car racing Saturday on the Belle Isle Park temporary street circuit in Detroit, Michigan.
TEAM MUGEN director Nagataka Tezuka announced today that McLaren-Honda driver Jenson Button will join the team for a one-off race in the SUPER GT Series in the GT500 class. Button will drive a Honda NSX-GT at the 46th International SUZUKA 1000km August 27, which is Round 6 of the SUPER GT series at the Suzuka Circuit in Japan.
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The recently-launched 2017 Acura NSX claimed victory Sunday in its North American racing competition debut, climbing the 14,115-foot pinnacle of Pikes Peak and clinching first place in the Time Attack 2 class at the 2016 Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, the 100th anniversary of the running of America’s second oldest race. Read More…
Acura has released additional launch details for the next-generation 2017 Acura NSX coming to market next spring, including pricing and the order taking process.
The overarching concept for this next-generation NSX was the idea of a “human-centered supercar,” one that places the driver at the center of its mission.