Well, where to start on this beauty? What started off with one man and a dream to drive a classic that he has not driven since Gran Turismo 2 has turned into a
following and a group effort to provide an outstanding piece of work that he is truly happy to be part of.
The car has been made from the ground up with the base provided by Forza, A lot of details have been missed there and have been made specifically for this release.
He would like to thank personally thank everyone that helped from start to finish with some being modelers and some being R33 drivers/owners as a team we have made this man’s dream come true.
There were several limited editions of the BCNR33 produced by NISMO – Nissan’s Motorsport division. The first, the LM version, was released in May 1996 to celebrate Nissan’s participation in the 24 hours of Le Mans. The only body color available for the R33 LM was Champion Blue. The car had a front splitter lip to direct air to the upper front aperture, and a carbon fiber rear wing with a Gurney flap. There were carbon fiber inserts on the rear wing fins with a GT-R badge on the inserts. The “GT-R Skyline” logo under the checkered flag was placed on the C-pillars.
Nissan produced just 188 of this model, 86 GT-R LM and 102 V-Spec LM. Nissan entered two R33 GT-R cars in the 1995 Le Mans 24-hour race where the number 22 car finished tenth overall. This was remarkable considering it was essentially running the same RB26 motor and going up against supercars of that era like the mighty Mclaren F1 GTR
Top Speed 200mph
3D model: Forza Horizon 3.
3D work: Mike Rudland, Nathan Biddlecombe, Timo Ha & Nabaoui Bouhabbadi.
Model into the game: Nathan Biddlecombe.
Physics: Mike Rudland with help from R33 owners.
Sounds: Timo Ha.
AO and UV mapping: Nabaoui Bouhabbadi.
Template 2k: Nabaoui Bouhabbadi.
Custom Nismo Plates: Maalouf Krajzler.
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