Although it is the DeltaWing that Nissan is really pushing this year, it is not the only project the manufaturer is involved with. In fact more than a quarter of the grid in 2012 is powered by a Nissan engine, and amongst the LMP2 grid are two of the Nissan and Gran Turismo-backed drivers, Lucas Ordonez and Jordan Tresson - both of whome won the GT academy to gain a seat in international motorsport.
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We brought the Hyundai i30 Fastback back to its spiritual home in Germany's Eifel mountains, where there is a racing track you might well have heard o…