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2011 McLaren MP4-12C GT3

CAR GARAGE | 2011 McLaren MP4-12C GT3 | The new McLaren MP4-12C GT3 will be the first McLaren car built for FIA GT racing series since the McLaren F1 GTR finished production in1997. The 12C GT3 is based on the new MP4-12C high-performance sports car and a team of engineers, designers and test drivers with the vast experience in Formula 1 and GT racing has been assembled to undertake the process of adapting the carbon chassis-based 12C to racing specification. Martin Whitmarsh, McLaren Group Chief Executive Officer said: " McLaren has racing in its blood and it was a natural step to take our MP4-12C road car and turn it into the most reliable, efficient and easy to drive GT3 car.

We have worked with CRS Racing to Ensure the 12C's design and development program is as close as possible to one McLaren Racing would employ in developing a Formula 1 car. No other GT3 car in 2012 will be supplied with a road-car carbon chassis, or a steering wheel and other associated technology from a Formula 1 car. "This blend of road car and Formula 1 technology and experience will be a great advantage to anyone racing a 12C GT3 in 2012. "

Just as with the 12C road car, McLaren is working closely with specialist suppliers to deliver an innovative and lightweight car. The 3.8-liter twin turbo V8 McLaren 'M838T' engine supplied in the road car also features in the 12C GT3, but de-tuned to 500 PS (from 600 PS) in order to Provide optimum power for this performance-balanced race car. The new McLaren MP4-12C GT3 will feature a unique engine calibration, Bespoke racing transmission developed in partnership with Ricardo (who also developed the engine with McLaren) and a suspension arrangement tuned specifically for racing. McLaren GT has selected the TAG-400 Engine Control Unit for the new GT3 12C.

McLaren GT comprises a team of designers, engineers and test drivers with the vast experience in developing race and road cars Successful. Marcus Waite, McLaren GT Chief Engineer, began his career working with the McLaren Formula 1 Simulation Group. We are committed to dealing with emerging issues Often That race teams face in their first season running a new GT3 car and we will Ensure our first customers receive a very reliable race car next season. "

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