Almost since its inception, ACURA has been involved in American motorsports, specifically in Sports Car Club of America (SCCA) and IMSA GT Championship series. Starting in 1991, Acura reached an agreement with Comptech Racing to use the V6 motor of the all-new Acura NSX in Comptech's Camel Lights Spice prototype. Acura would go on to take the Lights championship in its initial year, including a class win at the 24 Hours of Daytona. Acura and Comptech would take the Lights championships again in 1992 and 1993, as well as another Daytona class win in 1992 and a class win at the 12 Hours of Sebring for 1993.
Outside of motorsports, ACURA is the luxury vehicle division of HONDA based in Torrance, California, USA. Its vehicles are sold exclusively in the USA, Canada, Mexico, China and Kuwait (also in Russia until 2015).
ACURA was introduced in IMSA GTD Update (v7.1.5)
|NSX (2017)||46.7||190 mph
|3.10 s||104.0 ft
|NSX GT3||65.2||170 mph
|3.02 s||97.0 ft
|2.80 s||84.0 ft
Groups and Series
ACURA cars feature in the following groups and series.
|IMSA GTD||IMSA GTD Exhibition||18||1|
|IMSA GTD||2018 Season (IMSA GTD)||45||1|
|IMSA DPI||2018 Season (IMSA DPi)||45||1|
ALFA ROMEO •
ASTON MARTIN •