Nissan had high hopes for the GT-R LM NISMO but its failure to win at Le Mans could result in major changes.

Nissan had high hopes for the GT-R LM NISMO but its failure to win at Le Mans could result in major changes.

Citing multiple sources, Sportscar365 is reporting the fate of the current car will be decided later this week in Japan.

While nothing is official, Renault-Nissan CEO Carlos Ghosn previously hinted at the idea as he stated “We made an attempt that did not prove fruitful. We must reassess the strategy."  He summed up the failures by noting “We wanted to be different and competitive but we’ve only been different.”

For the time being, it's “business as normal” as the GT-R LM NISMO team is gearing up for the Circuit of The Americas.

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