McLaren GT, the motorsports division of McLaren Automotive, announced, as expected, that the new 570S GT4 will be homologated to align with SRO GT4 rules. SRO is the organizing body for GT racing in Europe and has directed the technical rules foundation for worldwide standardization of classes like GT3 and now GT4. This paves the way for factory-built semi-spec race cars, like the Aston-Martin Vantage GT4, KTM X-Bow GTR and Ginetta G55 among many others. These cars have recently been adopted for U.S. racing, for example, by Pirelli World Challenge for its GTS class.
Automobili Lamborghini has announced the launch of its first hybrid super sports car, the Lamborghini Revuelto, marking a new era for the marque.
Round 1 saw it’s fair share of returning racers and newcomers to Spec MX-5 Challenge, with Wyatt Couch pull ahead of the field.
Porsche’s flagship sports car, the 911, is set to receive a major upgrade with an electric introduction; enter the Porsche 911 Hybrid.
More details have been revealed on the Lamborghini LB744 Hybrid Hypercar, featuring a 6.5-liter naturally aspirated V12 mid-engine, three electric motors, and a new lithium-ion battery.
Porsche tuner turned supercar manufacturer, RUF Automobile, has recently announced the opening of its new North American headquarters in Miami, Florida.