MOSLER MT900R GT3
Mosler was created by the American business man Warren Mosler in 2000, the company being leaded by Rod Trenne who worked for GM in the Corvette program. The project of the MT900 ( “MT” for Mosler-Trenne ) was to built a very modern sport car around a carbon fiber chassis ( built by Teklam ) and body, with very modern suspension and at least a 500HP powerplant, the weight being expected to be closed to the 1000kg target. The first car was shown in 2001, the design couldn’t hide to have been inspired by the fabulous McLaren F1 GTR longtail whilst the first tests revealed and extremely quick car with fantastic road holding. In order to save weight the car offered only very poor comfort fittings and was much a registered race car than a real sport car. It only had little success but this is only one aspect from the Mosler’s history. Indeed the idea from turning it into a real race car came naturally in 2005 and only little was done to it, a Hewland gearbox was fitted with a complete race aerodynamic package ( splitter, diffuser, wing ). The new MT900”R” immediately shown a huge potential in US and won in 2005/2006 the British GT Championship. Unfortunately Mosler failed to satisfy with the FIA GT3 homologation, the FIA was certainly refrained by the potential from this fabulous Carbon Fibre chassis machine much more designed from the beginning as a real race car than a GT.
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