Group C 1100BHP Pole Position Lap 1990 Le Mans - Blundell Nissan R90CK

Blundell on his lap - "Every input was pure reflex -- things were coming at me everywhere I looked. For about 50 percent of the lap I felt like I was on the verge of a massive accident." -- Absolutely amazing story Does Blundell write for any magazines? If he doesn't, he should. In EVO Magazine issue 157 he writes about his experience at Le Mans in 1990 with the Nissan R90CK which was a V8 and twin turbocharged and made over what 1,100bhp! He establishes his route to Le Mans that year and gave a real sense of what that week was like for him and the Nissan team and when everything seemed to be going wrong. Read the full article at StrikeEngine http://www.strikeengine.com/car-video-magazine/blundell-journalist-group-le-mans/ Video Source: http://www.youtube.com/user/Route16X6

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