Unleashing the Beast: McLaren’s New 720S GT3 EVO Takes Customer Racing to the Next Level!

McLaren Automotive has recently unveiled its latest vehicle, the new 720S GT3 EVO, which builds on the success of the 720S GT3, a front-running GT3 car since its debut four years ago. The 720S GT3 EVO is set to be homologated for the 2023 season and is available as a new-build race car or as an update package for existing cars. This new GT3 racing machine is designed to enhance accessibility for customer outfits and drivers of all abilities, maintaining McLaren’s legacy as a pace-setter in the industry. The 720S GT3 EVO boasts numerous improvements, including enhanced aerodynamic performance, improved suspension, and an improved rear wing that enhances downforce without affecting overall balance. The vehicle’s brakes now have closed face bells for improved disc durability, and the uprights feature a bolted brake caliper for quick changes of the entire system as a unit, making it more robust in wheel-to-wheel contact situations. With its numerous improvements and upgrades, the 720S GT3 EVO is set to continue McLaren’s success in GT3 racing for many more years to come.

McLaren Hyper GT XP2 Breaks 250mph

McLaren Hyper-GT prototype ‘XP2’ concludes Speedtail high-speed validation programme, achieving 403km/h (250mph) more than 30 times during tests at the Johnny Bohmer Proving Grounds at Kennedy Space Center, Florida, USA Culmination of extensive dynamic development process for the fastest McLaren ever, carried out at multiple test venues worldwide First customer-order Speedtails now being built at…

NEW McLAREN 620R SETS THE PACE AS ROAD-LEGAL VERSION OF McLAREN GT4 RACE CAR

Road-legal version of a race car, born from successful McLaren 570S GT4; maximises deployment of motorsport technology free from restriction of racing regulations Ultra-desirable and ultra-rare: just 350 will be made, all hand-assembled in Woking, UK The most powerful car in the McLaren Sports Series, with 620PS and 620Nm from 3.8-litre twin-turbocharged V8 engine Shares…

McLAREN AUTOMOTIVE CONFIRMS DRIVER DEVELOPMENT PROGRAMME SELECTION FOR 2020 SEASON

McLaren Automotive-run young driver programme will return to the British GT grid for a third consecutive year Katie Milner (UK), Michael Benyahia (USA), Harry Hayek (AUS) and Alain Valente (CH) confirmed for 2020 programme Motorsport.com and iZone provided specialist insight during the two-day assessment   The McLaren Automotive Driver Development Programme enters its third year…