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Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by RaceDepartment, Jul 12, 2013.
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I like it but it's a racing dino compared to the other cars... a bit like the BMW M6 by Alpina in the past
One of the coolest racing cars of 2013 for me. Can't wait to see and hear it in action.
Totally agree Bram
Absolute stunner! Hope its as quick as it id good looking!
Lucky number seven
we're getting all mixed up here, first thought these were latest assetto corsa shots ...
Like the Nissan GTR wasn't a dino too.
Ehh... no not really : The Bentley is huge compared to the GT-R
Length: 4950 mm
Width: 2030 mm
Height: 1350 mm
Nissan GTR GT3:
Length: 4780 mm
Width: 2036 mm
Height: 1369 mm
Mercedes SLS GT3:
Length: 4638 mm
Width: 1939 mm
Height: 1262 mm
McLaren MP4-12C GT3:
Length: 4507 mm
Width: 1909 mm
Height: 1199 mm
But these dimensions might not be fully correct.
Just stand next to the car in real life and u will see what I mean
OK, now time to see Quattroporte GT3 too.
Done : http://touringcars.livejournal.com/481461.html
It's just superstars, not GT3.
Yea but with a little bit of tweaks here and there u almost have a proper GT3 car
Alpina don´t build or race M cars (they did but that was many years ago)
You are thinking of the green Alpina B6 i think.
Continental GT3 Specifications
Engine 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8, repositioned to the rear of the engine bay, Cosworth engine management system
Power Approx. 600 bhp derestricted
Oil System Dry sump
Transmission Rear wheel drive, Xtrac six-speed sequential transaxle gearbox, racing clutch, steering wheel mounted paddle operated pneumatic gear shift
Drivetrain Carbon fibre propshaft, limited slip differential
Suspension Double wishbone suspension front and rear, four-way adjustable racing dampers
Steering Hydraulic power-assisted steering
Brakes Ventilated iron disc brakes front and rear, Brembo six-piston front calipers, four-piston rear calipers, driver-adjustable brake bias
Safety FIA-specification steel roll cage, Sparco six-point FIA safety harness, onboard fire extinguisher, onboard pneumatic jack system.
Fuel System FIA-specification racing fuel cell
Electronics Race-specification ABS and traction control. Lightweight race battery.
Wheels OZ Racing 18” x 13” rims
Tyres 310 / 710 R18
Aerodynamics Carbon fibre front splitter, rear wing and body panels. Lightweight, aerodynamically-optimised bumpers, bonnet, sills and fenders
Length 4950 mm
Width 2030 mm
Height 1350 mm
Weight <1300 kg
Weight Distribution 52 : 48
Indeed. I can't remember who built the car in the past but that is indeed the car I am talking about.
Seen it once IRL @ FIA GT3 at Zolder