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New Bentley Race Car is Downright Mean Looking

New Bentley Race Car is Downright Mean Looking

It is powered by 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 but with engine management from Cosworth for additional racing grunt. Based on the latest Continental coupe, the vehicle will go on sale from June 2018. Teams that ran the previous version included Dyson Racing, M-Sport and Bentley Team Abt. It has a lot to live up to as well, with the outgoing GT3 having achieved 45 wins and 120 podiums in 528 races; it's a Blancpain GT champion too.

Its race debut is at the opening round of the 2018 Blancpain GT Series Endurance Cup at Monza in Italy.

The new Continental GT3 is now being developed and will be ready-to-race for the 2018 season. A mostly-aluminium structure will allow the Bentley to weigh in at "significantly under" 1,300kg, which compares well with the 1,315kg at which the vehicle raced in Blancpain for the majority of the 2017 season. It's also not clear which teams plan on fielding the new Continental GT3 next season.

"The new auto leaves no area or system untouched in the search for even better performance, and the early test results are promising". As it's a racing auto, the GT3 has an FIA-apporoved roll cage, six-point safety harness, fire extinguisher and pneumatic jack.

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Bentley's new Continental GT3 race auto has been unveiled, and it takes after the newly redesigned Continental road vehicle. This is the new Bentley Continental GT3 racer - Crewe's latest stripped out track auto that's here to destroy whatever's in its path with imperious grace.

The British premium brand Bentley has announced the premiere of a new ambulance racing coupe Bentley Continental GT3.

At present the second-gen Continental GT3 is completing a six-month testing programme in France, Portugal and the United Kingdom, which will eventually include a 24-hour race simulation too.

Braking power comes from ventilated iron discs at all four corners, with six-piston callipers at the front, four-piston units at the rear, and a driver adjustable braking bias.