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Jann Mardenborough

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NEW TEAM, TYRE, AND TEAMMATE FOR MARDENBOROUGH BUT DETERMINATION REMAINS THE SAME IN SUPER GT

A lot will be new for British Super GT star Jann Mardenborough in Japan this season, but the former gamer enters 2019 with renewed determination. In his fourth season in Japan and third fighting for overall wins in the GT500 class, Mardenborough joins Kondo Racing to drive alongside Japanese ace Mitsunori Takaboshi aboard the No.24 … Continue reading

MARDENBOROUGH THE ULTIMATE GAMER TO RACER CONTINUES HIS PRO CAREER IN 2019

Former Welsh video gamer Jann Mardenborough continues his incredible career as a professional motorsport racer for Nissan in 2019 – his eighth season taking on and beating some of the world’s best drivers on the real world stage. Mardenborough won Nissan’s GT Academy competition in 2011, beating thousands of gamers from around the world to … Continue reading

NISSAN E.DAMS ROOKIES IMPRESS IN MARRAKESH TEST

Nissan e.dams test and reserve driver Mitsunori Takaboshi and simulator driver Jann Mardenborough impressed in Morocco with an opportunity to climb behind the wheel of the Nissan e.dams’ Formula E cars. Sunday’s rookie test session gave teams the chance to give new drivers the opportunity to drive the Gen2 Formula E car. Drivers who currently … Continue reading

NISSAN E.DAMS BRINGS FORMULA E ELECTRIC STREET RACING BATTLE TO MOROCCO

After a strong showing in the opening round of the ABB FIA Formula E Championship, the Nissan e.dams team now heads to the second of five continents on the season five schedule for this week’s Marrakesh ePrix. This weekend will be the third visit of the Formula E championship to the North African nation of … Continue reading

NEW AND OLD FACES ABOARD THE NISSAN GT-R NISMO GT3 IN BARCELONA

New and old faces were behind the wheel of the Nissan GT-R NISMO GT3 at the final round of the Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup for GT Sport Motul Team RJN. Jann Mardenborough returned to Blancpain action for the first time since Silverstone in 2015, filling in for the injured Lucas Ordonez. Young Scottish star … Continue reading

SUPER GT RETURNS WITH NISSAN GT-R STARS HEADED TO SUGO

After a challenging last Super GT round at Fuji International Speedway, Nissan’s four GT-R NISMO GT500s have their sights set on redemption this weekend at Sportsland Sugo. Jann Mardenborough and Daiki Sasaki dominated the race and looked set for victory at Fuji until being forced to pit with an issue with only 28 laps remaining. … Continue reading

NISSAN/NISMO SUPER GT ACES MEET THE FANS AT GLOBAL HQ

Nissan unveiled its 2018 motorsport plans for fans live in Japan on Saturday with the stars of the Super GT championship gathering at global HQ to meet the fans. Nissan/NISMO enter the 2018 championship with an updated team and driver line-up with NDDP Racing with B-Max making its GT500 debut as a team and Japanese … Continue reading

NISSAN ANNOUNCES 2018 MOTORSPORTS PROGRAMS

Nissan/NISMO today announced their global motorsports plans for 2018, which include Nissan’s debut in the all-electric ABB FIA Formula E Championship, as well as updated lineups for the Japanese Super GT Championship. Formula E Nissan will be the first Japanese automaker to debut in the Formula E Championship at the start of season five in … Continue reading

MARDENBOROUGH STARS IN SUPER GT AND NISSAN STAYS IN TITLE FIGHT

GT Academy winner Jann Mardenborough starred in the latest round of the Super GT Championship but sadly came away without his first GT500 podium in the series’ annual visit to Thailand. The Welshman excelled in qualifying to put his Calsonic Nissan GT-R NISMO GT500 on the front row. Mardenborough started the race in wet conditions, … Continue reading

MARDENBOROUGH GRABS FIRST SUPER GT FRONT ROW IN THAILAND

Jann Mardenborough has continued his recent rapid progress by qualifying in second place for Super GT’s only ‘overseas race’ on the calendar. In tricky conditions more reminiscent of Mardenborough’s homeland Wales than Thailand, Mardenbourgh was always near the top of the time sheets. Eventually losing out on pole by five hundredths of a second to … Continue reading

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