One of the most highly anticipated new supercars is the Gordon Murray Automotive T.50. In addition to the road legal example, there will be a T.50s circuit version of the 'Fancar' as well. Officially announced earlier this week, it will be named the Niki Lauda in honour of the late Austrian racer, who raced in the original fancar Brabham. The T.50s is lighter and has a bit more power than the road car, while the aerodynamics have also been reworked to better suit track conditions. Professor Murray decided to limit the downforce generated by the car to ensure it could still be driven by the wealthy amateur racers the car is intended for. Only 25 will be built with deliveries due to start in 2023.
Red Bull Racing have revealed a first glimpse of their 2021 F1 car; the RB16B. It has a revised rear suspension compared to last year's car and there should be some more changes that have yet to be revealed by the Austrian-owned, British team.
The big motorsport news of this week is that Ferrari will return to top level sports car racing with a new Le Mans Hypercar in 2023. It is the first time in 50 year since the Italian manufacturer has fielded a works sports car effort and the last prototype racing successes date back to 1998 when this 333 SP won both the Daytona 24 Hours and Sebring 12 Hours outright.
Currently under development at Porsche is the Taycan Cross Turismo, which is undergoing a stringent testing campaign around the world. As can be seen in the teaser images, it is a shooting brake version of Porsche's first all-electric production car.

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1997 Ferrari 333 SP (019)

2021 Red Bull Racing RB16B Honda

2021 Porsche Taycan Cross Turismo

2023 Gordon Murray Automotive T.50s Niki Lauda