Factory NISMO aces Lucas Ordonez, Alex Buncombe and Katsumasa Chiyo will do battle aboard the No. 23 entry – Chiyo arriving from Japan after scoring second place in last weekend’s Super GT race. GT Academy winner Matt Simmons will contest his second Spa 24 aboard the No. 22 Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 alongside Matt Parry and Struan Moore.
“I didn’t get to race at Spa last year, so I am really looking forward to heading back for this year’s race,” Chiyo said.
“There is no doubt it is one of the greatest tracks in the world and the level of competition with well over 50 cars is going to be intense.
“I’m heading there after a great Super GT weekend where Motoyama-san and I finished on the podium in second place.
“I’d certainly love to get up on the podium at Spa as well.
“Lucas, Alex and I had a really good run at Paul Ricard and the car was really strong at the Spa test day so I’m looking forward to the weekend.”