The past time we saw Maserati duking it out in the FIA GT2 championship was in 2010 with the menacing MC12.
Fast ahead to 2022 and we have our initially glimpse at the all-new MC20 GT2 which is envisioned to make its Fanatec GT2 European Series Championship debut subsequent year.
Electrical power when once again arrives from the 3.-litre twin-turbo V6 motor which sends electrical power to the rear wheels by using a 6-pace sequential racing gearbox with paddle shifters.
A racing clutch and a limited-slip self-locking mechanical differential aid the vehicle with traction, though a GT2-homologated racing overall body package assures maximum aerodynamic downforce as controlled by the FIA for the GT2 championship.
In the terms of Davide Grasso, Maserati CEO: “We are driven by our enthusiasm, both on the street and on the keep track of. We have a prolonged history of environment excellence in motorsport and we are extremely proud to race with the amazing MC20. Racing has usually been Maserati’s purely natural habitat and now, both of those in the Fanatec GT2 European Sequence Championship and in the Method E Championship, this manufacturer is producing a new start out from its roots to make the future”.
Jean-Marc Finot, Senior VP, STELLANTIS Motorsport, stated: “Maserati Corse is bringing the url involving Components E manufacturing facility application and our road cars and trucks with the MC20 GT2. This new move is completing the legacy and the legitimacy of Maserati in Motorsport. The MC20 is a fantastic street-lawful vehicle. We are pleased that our passionate customer will enjoy racing with it”.