2014 Nissan GT-R – The Car Gauntlet on GTChannel

 2014 Nissan GT-R – The Car Gauntlet on GTChannel

The Car Gauntlet is a new show hosted by Sam Mitani that tests cars with a time attack, 0-60 dash, style, fuel economy and overall value. In the first episode of the Car Gauntlet, GT Channel tested Godzilla, the 2014 Nissan R35 GT-R. American Le Mans Series and World Challenge driver Duncan Ende took it to the Streets of Willow for a time attack and driving impression while spokesmodel Alex Boyett judged the style. See how the GT-R scored on the Car Gauntlet's special scoring system.

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About Video Option: In Video Option you will find drift, drag, time attack, speed challenges and Wangan races featuring Daijiro Inada and many other JDM heroes such as Manabu Orido, Keiichi Tsuchiya, Tarzan Yamada and Ken Nomura. These are the videos that started it all.

Sam Mitani (@sammitani) is the former international editor of Road & Track magazine. His expertise and knowledge on Japanese automobiles makes him one of the foremost authority on imports. He was the first Asian-American senior staff member of an English language major automobile publication. Mitani has also been published in magazines in Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Japan. He currently writes a monthly column for XaCAR, and regularly contributes to Best Car, two of Japan’s most popular auto magazines. 

Ducan Ende (@duncanende) is a professional race car driver with numerous podium finishes in the ALMS PC class in 2012, three wins in 2011 and the winner of the ALMS Petit Le Mans, GTC class in 2010. He's an avid player of driving video games. 

Alexis Boyett is a model and actress who is currently the Senna cosmetics Spring face. Follow her at @alexisboyett

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