In 1982, after 10 years of inactivity, the Skyline finally returned to the circuit. Behind this revival, there was a hot drama. Mr. Masahiro Hasemi, the president of Hasemi Motorsports and a racer, who had continued to race as a privateer for 10 years after Nissan stopped its works entry in the Hakosuka, heard a strong wish from the employees of Prince Vending that they would like to see the Skyline running in races, and took action. He asked the employees to buy Nissan Prince Dealers Club (Nissan PDC.) stickers, which cost about 1,000 yen each, to fund the race activities, and to build a DR30 Skyline Group 5 racing car to compete in the race. This plan received more support than expected from Nissan's Oppama Research Center, and as a result, Nissan Works was able to enter the Super Silhouette Race. The Skyline Super Silhouette is a miraculous car that is the result of the dreams, hopes, and futures of those who love the Skyline.