1991 Nissan R91CP


Sugo version:

Map average with SSK rear wing @ 17.0 degrees, double dive planes, 37.85" front overhang, and 3.5 degree upsweep splitter:

Downforce:
3086 lbs. @ 150 mph, with 777 lbs. of drag
4444 lbs. @ 180 mph, with 1119 lbs. of drag
5486 lbs. @ 200 mph, with 1381 lbs. of drag

Aero. Balance @ 200 mph:
F: 2071 lbs. (37.4%)
R: 3415 lbs.

Lift-to-drag ratio: 3.96:1


Peak downforce @ FRH: 1.25", RRH: 1.75":

Downforce:
3621 lbs. @ 150 mph, with 810 lbs. of drag
5215 lbs. @ 180 mph, with 1166 lbs. of drag
6438 lbs. @ 200 mph, with 1440 lbs. of drag

Aero. Balance @ 200 mph:
F: 2804 lbs. (43.6%)
R: 3634 lbs.

Lift-to-drag ratio: 4.47:1

Reference:  Yoshi Suzuka, scale wind tunnel data sheet provided by
The Nissan R91CP was a development of the Lola designed Nissan R90 series.  The 91CP was developed in Japan by NISMO and Yoshi Suzuka and raced in the All Japan Sports Prototype Championship.  In 1992 NISMO entered the R91CP at the 24 Hours of Daytona in the Invitational Group C category.  The car qualified 3rd and ended up winning the overall honors

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