Overlooked by famous Mount Fuji, Fuji Speedway hosted last weekend the 14th edition of the Nismo Festival. Organised by Nissan Motorsports International, this event has become over the years Nissan's annual high mass, something of a pilgrimage for enthusiasts of the Japanese brand.
'Nissan Nismo's DNA' was the topic which the organisers chose for this 2010 edition. In this way, a few of the brand's gems were presented for the greatest pleasure of the well-informed public who were pleased to admire genuine living legends on the track. Among them, the Skyline 2000 GT-R which won the Super GT in 1989 or else the Nissan R390 GT1 that participated in the 1998 edition of the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
As for attractions, fuelling demonstrations were organised with the fans as well as first-times on the track on board a Nissan GT-R. Last, the event's star attraction, a 'Safari-Bus' was also on the track alongside the biggest Japanese racing cars: a fortunate few could experience track sensations in no closer manner!