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From championships won on world-famous racetracks to historic street circuits, the NSX GT3 and ARX-05 DPi racecars continue to make history. This passion for motorsports is what fuels Acura on the road.
Shown: Acura Team Penske ARX-05 DPi.
Shown: Acura Team Penske drivers Ricky Taylor and Dane Cameron.
Shown: Acura NSX pace car at the Acura Grand Prix of Long Beach.
The spirit of Acura vehicles is first born on the track, where Precision Crafted Performance® is constantly improved through racing. The championship-winning
An engineering marvel born from motorsports development, the NSX created such a solid foundation that 80% of the NSX GT3 is actually shared with the production model29. With the consistent success of the GT3 on the tracks, the NSX drives home the dual personality of supercar and racecar, embodying the Acura philosophy of Interwoven Dynamics where form follows function.
Acura Team Penske and the ARX-05 DPi dominated with a championship-winning 2019 IMSA season clinching the Manufacturers’, Drivers’, and Team Championships for the Daytona Prototype international division. Acura and Team Penske aren’t just dedicated to winning. They’re devoted.
Meyer Shank Racing celebrated a strong 2019 season with NSX GT3 Evo drivers Mario Farnbacher and Trent Hindman helping to win the Drivers’ and Team Championships in the hyper-competitive GTD division. The team is focused on getting even more out of the GT3 Evo’s capabilities.
With factory-backed support and passion, this exclusive program allows customer racing teams to pilot their own NSX GT3 Evo. Capitalizing on the innovative chassis that it shares with the production NSX, the dedicated racecar is further tuned to help you reach the podium with Acura.