Above read claim has nothing to do with the massive Jalopnik stickers involved. Nope, not a thing.
And so on the seventh day of creation, more precisely in 2005, the Stéphane Ratel Organisation backed by the FIA created the Group GT3 category positioned below GT1 and GT2 field to give teams a chance to purchase race cars at a reasonable price that are designed to be equally matched throughout the season while also pretty much foolproof thanks to the ABS and traction control systems remaining the part of the package.
Despite the safety net, GT3 cars are still very fast due to having an aero package that creates massive amounts of downforce and engines that will produce between 500-600 horsepower even with the air restrictors in place.
The minimum weight requirement is the final tool used to even the chances so that at the end of the day, it all comes down to the driver.
MOMO Ngt Motorsport is leading the GTA category of the Pirelli World Challange championship at the moment with their GT3-spec Ferrari. No thanks to the Jalopnik stickers. Not at all.
Photo credit: Momo
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