There’s something so dark and mysterious about this photo, which, you know, could make you seem like quite an interesting person as the wallpaper on your computer. (Who are we kidding? You’re all interesting enough on your own. We’re just adding to the intrigue.)
Anyone who just heard the interview with the Bentley pits on the Nürburgring 24 Hours broadcast heard a strange emotion out of the very British team: giddiness. Not only do they expect Daytona Prototypes to stick around in Tudor United SportsCar, they’re really excited about running one.
Attempto Racing has one of the most recognizable liveries in the Blancpain Endurance Series: Hello Kitty! Unfortunately, this beloved Sanrio character's driver made a huge mistake trying to pass a Bentley, sending the Attempto Racing McLaren and the Bentley Continental GT3 both into the walls at Monza.
I love the Bentley Continental GT3, and Bentley just released a video packed with stunning shots of it fighting the pack at the Spa 24 for a whole day. My eyeballs are happy.
Sports car champion Butch Leitzinger qualified eighth in his No. 08 Dyson Racing Bentley Continental GT3, stalled when the lights went out for the standing start for the second Pirelli World Challenge GT race at Mid-Ohio, fell back to 26th, and spent the next 45 minutes working his way back to eighth.
The Bentley Continental GT3 race car is absurdly large, but also absurdly quick and surprisingly nimble around corners thanks to a lot of downforce. I just love looking at it.
Quite possibly the most absurd car in GT racing the world over, the Bentley Continental GT3 won at Silverstone against a field of Ferraris, Audi R8s, Aston Martins, and McLarens that are not lard-ass luxury coupes for the Paris Hiltons of the world.
[Here's a giant Bentley Continental GT3 on two wheels at Monza for your viewing pleasure. Next stop: Silverstone on May 24, which marks the return of Bentley Motorsport to the British Isles since the RAC Tourist Trophy race at Ards near Belfast on 23rd August 1930. It's about damn time. Photo credit: Bentley]
Sending the Continental to fat camp was a great idea for Bentley. They ended up with a car that is over 2,200 pounds lighter and has 600 horsepower on tap. Sounds like your sort of a British luxury car? Welcome to the club!
Over the last few days, we have been saying that the Bentley Continental GT3 race car at the Paris Motor Show will bring Bentley back to Le Mans.
We promised you more live shots of the awesome Bentley Continental GT3 unveiled at the Paris Motor Show, and here they are. Like what you see? It even looks elegant with that brutish wing on its rear deck, sort of like a Victorian palace with a scaffolding covering part if it.
Bentley has a storied history at Le Mans, but since 2003 they have been conspicuously absent from motorsports.