Nissan ZEOD Le Mans 24 Hours driver Lucas Ordonez to race in Super GT


Published on March 7th, 2014 | by Daniel Sherman Fernandez


Nissan ZEOD Le Mans 24 Hours driver Lucas Ordonez to race in Super GT


Nissan ZEOD Le Mans 24 Hours driver Lucas Ordonez will race in Super GT for the Japanese manufacturer in 2014. The Spaniard, who was announced as the first race driver for the ZEOD RC experimental racer last month, will contest the Japan-based championship in a Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 in the secondary GT300 class.

Ordonez, the first winner of the Nissan GT Academy, will drive for the NDDP Racing team alongside Kazuki Hoshino. The drive follows a Super GT one-off with the same team last year as as part of Nissan global exchange programme, which is designed to broaden the experience of Nissan-contracted drivers around the world. Ordonez, whose main programme last year was competing in the FIA GT Series and the Blancpain Endurance Series, explained that racing in Super GT had been one of his goals since starting his career. The RJN Nissan team will continue in the BES this season with a new roster of academy winners from around the world.

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