|The 1980s were known for many things: big hair, New Wave music, and of course Group 5 race cars. Group 5 rules were, if anything, simple. Teams had to use the stock hood and roofline; other than that the rules were relatively open. The Skyline Super Silhouette, the top tier member of the Nissan “Turbo Corps” that also included the Bluebird and Silvia in similar period dress, had a massive wide-body, a turbo-charged twin-cam motor, and tons of aero enhancements. This factory-built specialty was driven by Masahiro Hasemi whose name is synonymous with this era and had driven everything from Formula One cars to motocross bikes. Can this car hold its own among cars of its bosozoku-inspiring era? Without a doubt. Can you handle a car that takes more control and finesse than a similarly dated open wheel racer? That is yet to be seen.|
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It was added to the title for free with the September Update.
The #11 Skyline was developed for the Japanese Super Silhouette series held from 1979 to 1984. Originally an R30 Skyline but heavily modified for high-speed application, the KDR30 codenamed #11 Skyline is powered by the turbocharged 2082 cc (2.1 liter) LZ20B engine producing 562 hp (419 kW), which is shared with the 1984 #20 Bluebird.
Japanese racing team Hasemi Motor Sport successfully raced this particular model that was piloted by Masahiro Hasemi in the 1982 and 1983 seasons.
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- It misses various sponsor decals from the real life model. This has since been fixed though.
- ↑ "Forza Motorsport 7 September Update". forzamotorsport.net. Retrieved 09-12-2018.
- ↑ "Skyline Super Silhouette (1983 : KDR30". nissan-global.com. Retrieved 09-12-2018.