The very last 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 very first look at the all-new MC20 GT2 which is expected to make its Fanatec GT2 European Series Championship debut next yr.
Electricity once again comes from the 3.-litre twin-turbo V6 engine which sends ability to the rear wheels by way of a six-speed sequential racing gearbox with paddle shifters.
A racing clutch and a constrained-slip self-locking mechanical differential support the motor vehicle with traction, when a GT2-homologated racing overall body package assures greatest aerodynamic downforce as controlled by the FIA for the GT2 championship.
In the text of Davide Grasso, Maserati CEO: “We are pushed by our passion, each on the street and on the monitor. We have a long historical past of entire world excellence in motorsport and we are very happy to race with the incredible MC20. Racing has generally been Maserati’s natural habitat and now, equally in the Fanatec GT2 European Series Championship and in the System E Championship, this manufacturer is building a new start from its roots to build the future”.
Jean-Marc Finot, Senior VP, STELLANTIS Motorsport, said: “Maserati Corse is bringing the backlink between Method E manufacturing facility application and our street automobiles with the MC20 GT2. This new stage is completing the legacy and the legitimacy of Maserati in Motorsport. The MC20 is a superb street-legal car or truck. We are satisfied that our passionate client will love racing with it”.