McLaren M6GT/BM v2.0

The M6 name was later used in the development of a closed-cockpit sports car for the 24 Hours of Le Mans and known as the M6GT. The company’s plan to homologate it for the FIA’s Group 4 regulations was, however, never completed, and only a few M6GT prototypes were finished by McLaren and Trojan. Two M6GTs were later converted to road cars, one of which…

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Lamborghini Murciélago R-GT GA v1.0

The Lamborghini Murciélago R-GT is the racing version of the Murciélago, developed jointly with Reiter Engineering and Audi Sport. Unlike the standard car, the R-GT is rear-wheel drive only and only 9 were produced, in order to comply with the FIA, ACO, and JAF rules. The car retains the standard V12 engine, but air restrictors are used to manage power…

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Honda Lola B11/80 HPD 2011 v1.01

Lola offers the B11/40 and B11/80 with a choice of engine installation kits. These include the HPD developed Honda V6 twin-turbo, the BMW M3 V8 by Judd and the Zytek prepared Nissan V8. Although the new Lolas have struggled for pace in the opening races of the season, the HPD enigned Level 5 B11/40 did manage to score a class win in the Sebring 12 Hours…

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BMW V12 LMR v2.0

The BMW V12 LMR was a Le Mans Prototype built for sports car racing from 1999 to 2000. The car was built through an alliance between BMW Motorsport and WilliamsF1, and was the successor to the failed BMW V12 LM of 1998. It is famous for earning BMW its only overall victory to date at the 24 Hours of Le Mans. Immediately following the 1998 24h of Le Mans…

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BMW E9 CSL 3.0 RE v1.1

The E9 platform, especially the 3.0 CSL homologation special, was very successful in racing, especially in European Touring Car Championship and the Deutsche Rennsport Meisterschaft. This helped to establish BMW’s status as a sporty driver’s car. Introduced in May 1972, the 3.0 CSL was a homologation special built to make the car eligible for racing in the ETCC…

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TVR Grantura 1.0

The TVR Grantura is the first model in a long line of TVR cars and debuted in 1958. The cars went through a series of developments leading to the I to IV and 1800S models. The last ones were made in 1967. These coupés were hand-built at the TVR factory in Blackpool, England with varying mechanical specifications and could be had in kit form. All cars featured a…

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Porsche 911S 1972 v1.0

Originally Porsche had attempted to get the 911S homologated to group 2 (Group 2 was for touring cars and included the Capri2600 and BMW 2800CS). However the FIA had not agreed, calling the 911S instead a GT car and placing it in group 4. (With the early Pantera). As it turns out group 4 and group 2 cars would run almost the same lap times. At the 1972 LeMans…

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