I see. Nice coup, Peleton!The link to the album is no longer working. It would seem that their <acronym title="Google Page Ranking">PR</acronym> department might have jumped the gun a little on releasing them.
The album didn't have a name and there was also no info on the car when I saw it, so I had a feeling there might have been a problem. Plus we are still two or three days early of their first event at Pebble, so we'll probably see the rest of them again in a couple of days with a full press release to accompany the images. Can't wait!
Yes - I was very lucky to have been paying attention. For me, McLaren has always been difficult to ignore.I see. Nice coup, Peleton!
Doesn't appear to be an iPad - I am guessing this is Doris' hot older sister.Ok... It that an Ipad
YES!!! McLaren's back on track in America is AWESOME!!McLaren 12C Can-Am Edition racing concept announced:
McLaren GT, the team responsible for building the 12C GT3s seen racing across Europe this summer, are debuting a brand new concept racer at this weekends Pebble Beach Concours d'Elegance. The 12C Can-Am edition - named after the infamous race series which saw some of McLarens greatest wins - is the first model that McLaren GT has displayed in North America, and is designed specifically for the market. The concept features the same carbon fibre MonoCell as the road going 12C, but adds a host of modifications designed strictly for the track: A brand new aerodynamics kit including splitter, diffuser and rear wing increases downforce by 30%, an uprated engine package generates up to 630hp, and extensive use of carbon fibre reduces weight to just 1,200kg (2645.5lbs).
So what do you think, are you ready to race yet?
I don't think this is an ALMS-spec racecar. It looks to be a track-only car for customers.So aside from maybe a bit more power than the International MP4-12C GT3 brethren, what is different in concept of this car internally? I can see the much larger rear wing and the loss of the engine bay cooling duct, but I'm not familiar with any of the mechanical differences between American LM or euro GT3 regulations. Looks fabulous and am praying they deliver with a road version soon!!!
You may be correct - but I would hope they have kept ALMS regulations in mind when designing this.I don't think this is an ALMS-spec racecar. It looks to be a track-only car for customers.