Welcome to the GTIR Modifiers Club!
The club has been going since 2004 and has already grown to have a community of over 3,000 members. The diversity of the club is what makes it strive, we have active members from over the globe and all bought together by one passion… THE GTIR! To make use of most of the website features you need to be registered, also we have a small post limit to ensure only dedicated club members get access to alot of the good features.
This club is free to join and become part of our huge community; the only thing we ask for in return is you buy some club merchandise which helps fund the club show merchandise and this website.
Check out the full list of GTIR Parts & Accessories pulled through from eBay... All the best deals shown on and around the UK - If you can't find what you want in that list then check out the Items for Sale section in our forum.
The club is always having local meets around the UK and even some in NZ, so please browse the forum and check the Events Calendar to see the up and coming events.
A quick look at the GTIR Rally History
The Nissan Pulsar GTI-R's record in the world rally Championship was something of a failure. The GpA cars, run by Nissan Motorsports Europe, based at Milton Keynes, made their World Championship debut on the 1991 Safari Rally driven by former World Champion, Stig Blomqvist and British Champion David Llewellin .
The cars were never able to match the pace of the potent Lancia Delta Integrale or the Toyota Celica GT-Four and although Blomqvist struggled to finish fifth, his team-mate retired early following an accident. As the season progressed three main weaknesses were identified. The first was the Dunlop tyres were no match for the Pirelle or Michelin rubber. The second major flaw was that the Nissan suffered a weight penalty compared to its lighter rivals. Thirdly, the engine overheated and simply wasn't powerful enough......
Read More About the GTIR Rally History...
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