Honda announced this week that they will be offering the NSX GT3 to customers around the world starting for the 2018 racing season.
JAS Motorsport will be building the GT3, which will utilize the body and engine that is produced by the people that make the road-legal NSXin Ohio. Jas Motorsports will also help in providing race support for teams in South America, Asia and Europe.Source:HONDA
If you were wondering what classes or series the NSX can compete in around the world here is the list:
Blancpain GT Series
Nurburgring 24 Hour
Pirelli World Challenge
IMSA WeatherTech SportsCar Series
Blancpain GT Asia
Super GT’s GT300 (Japan)Source:HONDA
The Nsx will pack the 3.5-liter V6 engine with twin-turbos attached that is fixed to a six-speed sequential racing gearbox.
The NSX GT3 will be available to customers that can fork up $545,000 USD. Michael Shank Racing has already been victorious twice in 2017 in the WeatherTech Championship with the NSX.Source:The Auto Channel