2004 Lamborghini Murcielago R-GT

2004 Lamborghini Murcielago R-GT

Cyrus Khan
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lamborghini_Murciélago #automobili #lamborghini The Lamborghini Murciélago R-GT is the racing version of the Murciélago, developed jointly with Reiter Engineering and Audi Sport. Unlike the standard car, the R-GT is rear-wheel drive only and only 9 were produced, in order to comply with the FIA, ACO, and JAF rules. The car retains the standard V12 engine, but air restrictors are used to manage power. Acceleration and top speed performance are dependent on gearing, as different ratios are used for different tracks. Some specifications: 0–60 mph (97 km/h) in 3.1 seconds, 60–124 mph (200 km/h) in 5.0 seconds and 124–155 mph (200–250 km/h) in 5.5 seconds. In March 2007, the All-Inkl.com Racing Murciélago won the Zhuhai 2 Hours. A Murciélago R-GT was entered into the 2008 24 Hours of Le Mans, but was not classified. In April 2009, beating a Corvette C6-R, and Saleen S7-R, a Murciélago R-GT of the Russian IPB Spartak Racing Team won the GT1 class in the 1000 km de Catalunya, a LMS race. The drivers of the IPB Spartak Racing car were Russian, Roman Rusinov, and Dutch, Peter Kox. The Lamborghini made pole position, but was moved to the end of the grid due to some technical irregularities. They finished 2 laps ahead of the lead Corvette to take the second international win for a Ragin' Bull GT car. The RG-1 is a version of the R-GT built for the Japanese Lamborghini Owners Club to compete in Japanese Super GT series (JLOC). In March 2006, an RG-1 recorded a win in the GT300 class at the Super GT Suzuka 500 km. Base production is between 2001–2010 having 4,099 cars built and succeeded by Aventador in 2011. I've also made it's side Air Drag Reduction System Functioning Wing and also have nicely made rear aerodynamics.
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