Top Supercars with Professional Equipment for Racing on the Track

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Lamborghini 2024:

Superior in automotive craftsmanship, supercars often find themselves confined to city streets or garages, restrained from their true potential. However, it’s on the track where these marvels truly soar. Today, we’ll delve into the latest models meticulously engineered to dominate the race circuit.
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2024 McLaren Solus GT:
2024 McLaren Solus GT is a 25-unit limited release supercar that has a carbon-fiber monocoque tub, generates 2640 pounds of downforce, and comes powered by a 5.2L V10 engine with 840 horses.

Bugatti Bolide:
Bugatti is recognized today for producing hypercars with multimillion-dollar price tags. However, the French company is returning to its racing roots by releasing a Le Mans-oriented hypercar Bugatti Bolide.

Ferrari SF90 XX:
Ferrari is introducing a specialized track variant of its plug-in hybrid supercar, surpassing the 1000-horsepower mark. This new SP90 version, available in both Stradale and open-top Spider configurations, is known as the XX Stradale. It brings cutting-edge aerodynamics to the forefront, incorporating advanced carbon-fiber elements for enhanced performance.

Maserati MCXtrema:
The MCXtrema is an exceptionally exclusive track-oriented iteration of the recent Maserati MC20 sports car, designed to directly compete with the Lamborghini Huracan Performante and Porsche 911 GT2 RS. Maserati intends to manufacture a limited run of just 62 units for the MCXtrema, with approximately half earmarked for the U.S. market.

2024 Lotus Type 66:
Lotus Type 66 is the revival of the 1970s project of the same name that retains classic looks, but integrates modern engineering and safety tech.

2024 Ford Mustang GTD:
Set to debut in 2024, this vehicle essentially serves as a street-legal, track-focused iteration of the Mustang GT3 racer, marking Ford’s most potent road car thus far. Retaining many of the aerodynamic elements from its racing counterpart, this model features a conventional rear exhaust configuration in place of the side-exit system.

Lotus Type 62-2 by Radford:
Renowned for crafting four distinct Minis, each associated with a member of the Beatles, and for producing the Aston Martin DB5 Shooting Brake, which fetched nearly two million dollars in 2019, this esteemed British coachbuilder has made a remarkable comeback after fifty years of hiatus. Their first modern endeavor is built on the Lotus Evora platform.

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