This afternoon, Porsche took the wraps of the new 992-generation 911 GT3. The hardcore road car is powered by a 503 bhp version of the naturally aspirated four-litre engine. This is mated to either a manual or automatic gearbox. The new 911 GT3 is the fastest evolution yet. This was underlined by Joerg Bergmeister, who lapped the 'Ring a whole 17 seconds quicker than the time set by its predecessor.
The first 2021 Formula 1 car to break cover is this McLaren MCL35M, which was revealed last night. Due to the global pandemic, the sport decided to limit development but McLaren was already committed to a change of engine supplier. So, as the name suggests, the MCL35 is effectively last year's car with a Mercedes instead of a Renault engine. Signed to drive the bright orange McLaren are Lando Norris and newcomer Daniel Ricciardo.
With this striking E-R9 show car, Lotus offer a glimpse of the future; 2030 to be more precise. It is the British company's vision for the type of car that would race at Le Mans that year. The E-R9 is inspired by the Lotus Mark IX, which raced at Le Mans in 1955. The 2030 edition of the 24 Hours would be the 75th anniversary of the car's debut at Le Mans.

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2021 Lotus E-R9 Concept

2021 McLaren MCL35M Mercedes

2021 Porsche 911 GT3