McLaren 12C GT3 details

McLaren has confirmed that the 12C GT3 car will compete internationally in the 2013 season.

McLaren has confirmed that it will be producing a further run of GT3 racers for the 2013 season, which includes a comprehensive upgrade package – also available to current owners.

The 2013 update includes a revised aerodynamic package, new ECU, updated wiring system and an improved suspension set-up. Revised cooling is also said to further optimise the car for running in more temperate climates.

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During 2012, the 13 McLaren customer teams racked up a total of 19 podium positions, and a further 19 wins in the 12C. For 2013, all current customer teams are set to return, as well as a new entry from rally legend Sebastien Loeb, who has confirmed he will contest the FIA GT Series.

For the first time ever, McLaren has now also confirmed that the 12C GT3 will be available to collectors and non-race users worldwide. The basic cost of the 12C GT3, in 2013-spec, is £325,000.

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