AUDI RS3 LMS TCR - from € 1250 / hour *
Audi is synonymous with motor sport and vice versa. This Audi RS3 LMS is a thoroughbred touring car racer, which we see in the World Touring Car Championship, but also in the 24-hour races from Zolder to Spa to the Nürburgring. The Audi RS3 LMS is a state-of-the-art car with all modern technology imaginable in a real racing car.
The Audi RS 3 LMS, with a maximum of 400 hp and 480 NM, stands for real touring car racing. The car has a 2-liter turbo engine, with a DSG gearbox and of course front-wheel drive
BMW M235i - from € 750 / hour *
If you want to bridge the gap between the basic racing cars and a more advanced level, this BMW M product is perfect. The BMW M240i is a touring car in the real sense of the word, where performance and comfortable racing go together. The car was developed in the famous Munich house and is best used for long races.
Of course, under the bonnet, we find the well-known 3-liter turbo engine from BMW, with 6 cylinders and 335 bhp. The power goes to the rear wheels via an automatic gearbox for pure racing pleasure. The BMW M235i is a model of reliability and driving pleasure.
BMW 325i Clubsport - from € 350 / hour *
The touring car par excellence to master long races. The BMW 325i Clubsport is a perfect car to learn how to race or how to take your first steps during trackdays. The car gives confidence, can be steered perfectly and nowhere else you can find a better place to learn the endurance racing profession.
This full-blooded endurance racer has no less than 230 BHP in racing trim, from a reliable 2.5-liter atmospheric power source. Everything in this car invites you to start racing, but built in such a way that the rookiefeels perfectly at home. The power goes via a manual six-speed gearbox to the rear wheels, as the tradition in Munich wants. Even Maxime Martin and Markus Palttala, two former winners of the 24-hour spa, love to race with this car!
MERCEDES AMG GT4 - from € 1500 / hour *
The three-letter word AMG is familiar to anyone who has anything to do with cars or racing cars. This beautiful GT is a real racing beast and yet a gentleman driver with experience can enjoy it very much. We see the Mercedes-AMG GT in one-hour sprint races, as well in the legendary 24-hour races.
The Mercedes AMG-GT has a 4-liter V8 Biturbo, which is good for 400 to 550 hp, depending on the configuration. Of course, the power goes through the sequential gearbox to the rear axle. This rear-wheel driven GT has no less than 600 Nm torque. Safety is number one priority, therefore the rider is provided with all the needed instruments and comfort during longer races.
PORSCHE 991 CUP - from € 1500 / hour *
Legendary, that is the only word to describe the Porsche 911 GT3 Cup. The Porsche 991 version is the machine of various Porsche sprint cups around the world, but it also piles up the victories in various endurance competitions in all corners of the world. Every rider wants this special machine to be on his bucket list.
The Porsche 911 GT3 Cup has a 3.8-liter 6-cylinder boxer engine. The legendary racing car generates 460 hp (338 kW) at 7,500 revolutions per minute, ten hp more than its predecessor. The power is supplied to the rear axle via a racing clutch and a six-speed gearbox designed by Porsche Motorsport with a mechanical differential lock. Shifting is done with the paddleshifts at the wheel.