By Sarah Holt LE MANS, France, June 15 (Reuters) - Nissan will enter the unknown when their revolutionary DeltaWing, a sleek black 'Batmobile' of a car, attempts to go the distance in the Le Mans 24 Hours endurance race this weekend. The radical Nissan-powered racer will start the 80th edition of the sportscar classic in 29th place at the Circuit de la Sarthe on Saturday afternoon. The dark night lies ahead for the U.S.-built machine and the worry, only 100 days since the DeltaWing made its ...
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