The Renault Le Mans Concept in question is all-electric and looks breathtaking.
The new series will show us the story of a Hollywood actor’s dream of competing against professional racing drivers.
The T.50 would have to ditch its ground effect-inducing fan, an idea pioneered by Murray himself in F1 in 1978 (and banned by the FIA) for it to be allowed to race.
SCG’s brand new endurance race car sports a massive rear wing and will be powered by a hybridized, 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6.
Could the Toyota TS050 beat the Porsche 919 Evo’s record lap of 5:19.546?.
Companies including Aston Martin, Toyota, and SCG have already signed up for the new endurance series.
Despite its name, this Eleven never actually raced at Le Mans but still has an interesting history behind it.
Porsche has also recruited ex F1 racer Brendan Hartley as its reserve driver for the electric championship.
Superformance will sell you the best replica of the actual Gulf Ford GT40 that won Le Mans in 1969.
Aston Martin, Glickenhaus, and Toyota are confirmed for the new class, and it would be nice to see Porsche join them.
The 007 will be a two-seater, like the 003, but sport the nose and tub of Glickenhaus’ upcoming model.
The Valkyrie that will compete at the new hypercar class will be slower than the street car due to the regs.