6 GTAs starting in the St. Mary’s Trophy. Lots of action expected.
Never any doubt about about it being genuine, just hope they paint her.The 33 stippler/furiani car was indeed bare metal, used to be red so whether that condition is temporary or permanent I don't know. Raced for many years in classic ETCC so I am pretty sure it is genuine.
That was my thought exactly when I saw them. One assumes if that's the case, they must have checked the relative pressures under-hood and windscreen base to make sure it all flows the right way! Neat aid to engine cooling.On the unpainted GTA, do you think the holes in the scuttle panel, with the small wind deflector are in place to extract hot air out of the engine bay? If so, I am sure the fresh air from the cowl is sealed off. Any thoughts?
Amen to that.He seemed very pleased with the GTA as a car to actually drive. Amazed at how much fun you can have without endless down-force and grip