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Nissan Motorsports today announced its 2011 Racer Support and Contingency Awards Program as well as a newly-available customer purchase 370Z race car prepared by Nismo in Japan.

The Racer Support Parts Program is once again available to any driver competing in a Nissan or Infiniti vehicle. In addition, drivers competing in a number of designated race series and events are eligible for contingency award payouts. Qualifying series or sanctioning bodies include Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) Club Racing, World Challenge, Grand-Am Continental Tire Challenge, NASA, Lucas Oil Off-Road Series, Traxxas TORC Series, and the Formula Drift Championship.

Drivers must register with Nissan Motorsports in advance for both the Racer Support and Contingency Awards programs and award claims must be submitted no later than 30 days after the event to receive the contingency payments – which range from $250 for a first place finish in Formula Drift, up to $2,000 for a SCCA National Championship in a Sentra, 350Z or 370Z. The top contingency awards in 2011 are $5,000 for a World Challenge or Grand-Am Continental Tire Challenge Driver Championship.

Nissan grassroots racers are given a valuable assist through the Racer Support Parts Program, which provides special pricing on Nissan Motorsports Competition or OEM parts. This program requires display of official Nissan and NISMO (Nissan Motorsports International) logos on designated areas of the race car or truck during all competition events. Components purchased through this program are intended for the sole use of Nissan racers on their race vehicles. Copies of the 2011 Racer Support Program and Nissan Motorsports Catalog are available now and can be downloaded at

The 370Z racer is built in Japan as a race car by Nismo with a full FIA roll cage, special engine tuning and select Nismo racing components and is eligible for both the World Challenge GTS class and Grand-Am Continental Tire Challenge GS class.

Quelle: Nissan

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