Honda NSX GT3 Evo22 in action at Monza Circuit: Start Up, Accelerations & Sound!

This video is about various Honda NSX GT3s I recorded during some Kateyama test days at Monza Circuit last year.

The NSX GT3 has been designed by Honda R&D in Japan in collaboration with JAS Motorsport, an Italian racing team and company which have developed, built and raced cars in various different disciplines for the Japanese manufacturer since 1998. It was unveiled in mid 2017 in order to be fielded by private teams in the various championships around the World from the 2018 seasons.

In 2019 a first ‘Evo’ kit was released, adding new splitters and rear diffusers in order to reduce drag and improve cooling, new turbos for the 3.5-litre twin-turbo V6 to sharpen throttle response, improved ABS and an upgraded Bosch data-logger.

At the end of the 2021 season a new update package was under development to be used from 2022. This package, called Evo22, is mainly focused on mechanical and ”hidden” upgrades such as new engine intercoolers, to ensure consistency in engine performance in a wider range of conditions, revised spring rates and suspension geometry adjustments, increased fluid tank sizes for endurance racing.

The only small visible element introduced with the Evo22 kit is a rectangular FIA-mandated rear-rain light. Previous NSX GT3s had a thin, elongated LED light instead for that purpose.

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