Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus have offered a further look at their SCG 007 Le Mans Hypercar. Due to race in the FIA WEC from this fall, the strikingly beautiful machine will be built around a carbon-fibre composite monocoque and is powered by a bespoke twin-turbo V6 engine. For now we have to make do with these renders as the first car is due be built in August, in time for testing to commence in September.
At Silverstone this afternoon, the new Red Bull Racing RB16 Honda was given a brief shakedown by Max Verstappen as part of a filming day. With a major rule change on the horizon, it is not surprisingly an evolution of last year's car but nevertheless should have a few tricks up its sleeve. The first hint of this is a revised nose with an intake in the tip. Testing proper will commence next week at Barcelona.
Red Bull Racing sponsor Aston Martin, meanwhile, have revealed the full details of the Vantage Roadster. Just like the name suggests, this is a drop top version of the Vantage introduced two years ago. It is just 60kg heavier than the Coupe and has lightning fast roof that can be opened and closed in 6.7 and 6.8 seconds respectively. The first deliveries of the Vantage Roadster are already expected in the second quarter of this year.
In less than a month, all eyes will be on Geneva where the annual motor show is scheduled to take place. It has been relatively quiet on the teaser front but today we received snippets of the special coach-built Bentley Mulliner Bacalar and wild American supercar Czinger 21C. Both of which are expected to break cover in Switzerland early next month.

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2020 Aston Martin Vantage Roadster

2020 Bentley Mulliner Bacalar

2020 Czinger 21C

2020 Red Bull Racing RB16 Honda

2020 SCG 007