Customer project to convert R35 rear wing to a spoiler while preserving the same rear downforce.
2014 Delta-Wing and Al Unser Jr.driven 1983 Eagle Indy car both has the same underbody system. This 1983 Eagle aerodynamic design was developed by Suzuka and Mr.Fujimori at AAR moving-belt wind tunnel. This tunnel was the second moving-belt equipped system in USA..
NISSAN 90CP and Deltawing posing at Fuji Speedway in 2014.
1990-1992 JSPC champion.
Deltwing was designed by Mr.Ben Bowlby
From Nissan press kit
Three time Japan GT championship (JSPC) was won by a Eric Comas driven Nismo R34 having a Suzuka. The development was accomplished in a 20% moving-belt wind tunnel also designed by Suzuka Racing.
Suzuka Racing developed the aerodynamic design for the Nissan P35 Group C race car using the 14% moving-belt wind tunnel at Nissan Performance Technology, Inc, in Vista, California. The beginning Lift to Drag (L/D) ratio was 5.6 and further improved to 5.99 at running ride height and aero balance. Photo shows preparation for testing at Calsonic Proving Grounds in Arizona The orange “horn” is the mount for the sensor cluster of Pitot tube, Keil probe, and temperature sensor.
A performance front diffuser for Renault Clio RS for SIFO.
Suzuka Racing Project Example.
Suzuka developed the aerodynamic design of the Nissan GTP ZX Turbo race car, competing in the IMSA racing series. The car won the IMSA GTP season championship for three consecutive years over Porsche and Jaguar factory teams.
Joint project with Nissan Motor Corp..
Suzuka developed aerodynamic design of the R35 Nissan GTR.
1992 Daytona 24 Hours winner
R35 road car
Development story: PDF
Helping F1 in school team 'SLIPSTREAM' from Florida
These bright youngsters are 2014 US Champions and
competed at the final race in Abu Dhabi.
With over forty countries, 17,000 teams, 20 million
competitors, a hard race to compete in!
Courtesy of Nissan Motors
The wind tunnel model was build in 40% scale. Right hand side picture shows underneath the rear diffuser