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MC20-based Maserati GT2 continues MC12 continuation

On the eve of the 24 Hours of Spa, Maserati removed the cover of its new GT2 race car. His MC20-based mid-engined machine, which is slated to enter competition later this year, picks up where his predecessor, his MC12, left off.

The Maserati GT2 uses the same twin-turbo Nettuno V-6 as the Maserati GT2. MC20 road car, Tuning according to GT2 regulations. Equipped with additional aero and standard safety equipment, the machine will make its debut in the ‘last stage’ of the 2023 Fanatec GT Europe Series and will race the entire 2024 season.

Prior to the MC20, the MC12 had a long and storied history in the GT category, dominating from 2005 to 2010. Maserati is doing a shakedown run on the Autodromo Varano de Melegari Monza Until the announcement of GT2. This is the first time we can see it without camouflage.

part of the strategy

“Our DNA and spirit has always been in racing. Our story began and evolved from track to road,” said CEO Davide Grasso. statement. “The decision to return to track racing forms part of an overarching strategic framework, launched this year with our debut in Formula E, joined by our return to the world of GT competition. More than ever, we want to reignite our passion, fostering the competitive passion that has always characterized us and motivated us to achieve big milestones.”

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A road and track staff writer who enjoys long mileage, rusty projects and amateur endurance races. MC20-based Maserati GT2 continues MC12 continuation

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