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New McLaren MP4 12C GT3 Driving Experience available in Hertfordshire

New McLaren MP4 12C GT3 Driving Experience available in Hertfordshire - News

Introducing the monstrous McLaren MP4-12C GT3 racing car, now available to drive at Bovingdon Airfield in Hertfordshire, just in time for Christmas.

Make no mistake, the McLaren GT3 was built for the track. It’s a racing car, pure and simple. Initially built to compete in the FIA Group GT3, the car actually produces less power than the standard MP4-12C. But thanks to its carbon fibre MonoCell body and aluminium subframe, it does more with less. Eking every last drop of power out of the 3.8-litre twin-turbo V8 engine. The FIA approved roll cage and six-speed sequential motorsport gearbox are just two of a number of other features that separate the GT3 from its road car counterparts.

You don’t have to be competing in endurance cups, or GT Championships to feel the power of the GT3, though. Now available at a great introductory price of just £99. You can drive McLaren’s masterpiece around a purpose-built racing circuit at Bovingdon Airfield. A great central location just outside of London.

The McLaren driving experience offers 10 high-speed laps and plenty of cornering action as well as an instructor-driven passenger ride in an additional track prepared car. Book now directly onto available dates. Or purchase a 10-month voucher, the perfect gift for the supercar addicted petrol head in your life.

19 October 2018
Trackdays

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