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2022-12-09: Aston Martins from Le Mans Classic and new Mercedes-AMGs ...
Aston Martin AMR1 Today we take a closer look at a pair of Aston Martins that raced at the Le Mans Classic this summer. First up is this AMR1 Group C racer, which is actually built on the chassis that was destined to form the basis for the stillborn AMR2. After the program was axed, the chassis was built up as a complete car using the readily available spare parts and assigned the chassis number AMR1 / 06. It has resurfaced in recent years and has been campaigned in historic events. Out in the Endurance Racing Legends race was this Aston Martin DBR9. Extensively raced in period, it today still wears the Gulf colours used during its 2008 Le Mans outing. Now part of the ROFGO Collection, chassis DBR9/7 made a rare appearance at Le Mans.
For the 2023 season Mercedes-AMG has prepared this new GT2 racer. It joins the existing GT3 and GT4 cars to compete in the re-established GT2 category. Although the final figures are subject to Balance of Performance, the GT2 should have around 700 bhp available.
Another new Mercedes-AMG car launched this week is the S 63 E-Performance. The high-performance S-Class features a hybrid drivetrain that combines the familiar twin-turbo V8 with an electric motor with a combined maximum output of 791 bhp. The S 63 E-Performance also has a sophisticated chassis with rear-axle steering and active roll stabilisation.

2022-12-06: Three Lamborghinis headed for Bonhams Bond Street sale ...
Lamborghini Miura P400 S For the upcoming flag-ship Bond Street Sale, British auctioneer has consigned three V12-engined Lamborghinis. The earliest is this Miura P400 S, which was completed in 1969. It has had a colourful life and has been in the same ownership for over 25 years. A perfect candidate for a restoration, chassis 4256 has a £800,000 - 1,000,000 pre-sale estimate.
Offered from the same collection is this Countach LP400S. Built in 1980, it was originally sold through an Italian dealer but shortly after being delivered, moved across the Atlantic to California. Offered from a single ownership of nearly 35 years, 1121192 can be yours for around £300,000.
The most modern and rarest Lamborghini in the sale is this Diablo VT 6.0 SE. It is one of just 40 planned to be built and represents the final version of the iconic Diablo. Finished in the familiar gold exterior, LA12809 has seen very little use in the last 20 years. Despite requiring some work to get back on the road, it is still estimated to sell for £120,000 - 180,000. All three Lamborghinis are offered without a reserve.

2022-12-01: Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato, RS 6 and RS 7 performance and new Zenvo ...
Lamborghini Huracan Sterrato Last night, Lamborghini revealed the complete details of the Huracán Sterrato. The off-road Lamborghini combines a naturally aspirated V10 engine with raised suspension and an all-terrain inspired bodykit. With deliveries starting in 2023, production of the Huracán Sterrato is strictly limited to 1499 examples.
The C8 generation RS 6 Avant and RS 7 Sportback have received the 'performance' treatment. Part of the upgrades are an engine output increase of 30-horsepower and a reduction in weight of eight-kilogram by removing some of the sound-deadening. Available to order from December 8th, both cars will cost €135,000 in Germany.
The latest creation of Danish supercar manufacturer Zenvo is this TSR-GT. Based on the striking TSR-S, it features a low drag body and a more powerful version of the twin supercharged V8. This beast of an engine is now good for a startling 1,360 bhp. Zenvo will produce a limited run of TSR-GTs before introducing a brand-new model towards the end of 2023.

2022-11-28: Ferrari and Bugatti supercars headed for RM Miami sale ...
Ferrari F50 Next week, RM Sotheby's will host a sale on Miami Beach. Among the most interesting consignments are supercars from Bugatti and Ferrari. The auction will be headlined by this Ferrari F50. It was originally delivered to Singapore and has only had two owners from new. Ferrari Classiche 'red book' certified, chassis 103274 has covered only 625 miles and has a pre-sale estimate of $5.5 - $6 million. Another Ferrari supercar due to cross the block is this Enzo. This three-owner example has been used more extensively and has been shown regularly at events. Recently certified as well, 133916 should sell for well over $3 million.
Among the supercars quickly gaining value are Bugatti EB 110s and RM Sotheby's have consigned a great EB 110 GT. It was originally sold to Germany and was subsequently added to a Danish collection. It was displayed in a private museum for several years alongside a Bugatti Type 46 and a Veyron. Fully refurbished, the silver EB 110 GT should sell for $1.6 - $1.9 million. For enthusiasts of more contemporary supercars, RM has this Chiron Sport. Delivered new at the start of 2020, it was regularly shown at a variety of events including the New York Auto Show. Offered by its second owner, the Chiron Sport has a $3 - $3.5 million estimate.

2022-11-24: New BMW 3.0 CSL, Praga Bohema Supercar and Radical Project 25 ...
BMW 3.0 CSL The 50th anniversary celebrations of BMW Motorsport or 'M' have culminated with the development of a new 3.0 CSL. Inspired by the original M car, the new 3.0 CSL is combines a 552 bhp straight six, lightweight construction, CSL-inspired styling cues and the iconic BMW Motorsport livery. Production of the 3.0 CSL is limited to just 50 examples. Prices have not been released but all 50 have most likely already have sold.
Czech specialist manufacturer Praga announced the all-new Bohema supercar this week. It is built around a carbon-fibre monocoque and is powered by Litchfield modified Nissan GT-R engine. The Czech engineers have also managed to keep the weight under 1,000 kg. Although track oriented, the Bohema is fully road legal. Production is limited to just 89 cars, the first ten of which should be rolling off the line in the second half of 2023.
Radical will celebrate the company's 25th anniversary in great style with the upcoming Project 25. Also slated for production for quarter four of 2023, this is a track-only coupe. It will be powered by twin-turbo V6 engine that has been massaged in-house to produce at least 850 bhp. While the Project 25 was previewed to prospective customers already, only one teaser image has been released. Further details of the car, limited to 25 examples, will be made available early next year.

2022-11-21: RM Munich sale with F1 McLaren, Ferrari F40 and BMW 507 Roadster ...
McLaren MP4-16 Mercedes Later this week, RM Sotheby's will host a dedicated sale in Munich. Among the most striking consignments is this Grand Prix winning McLaren MP4-16 Mercedes. It is the fifth of seven MP4-16s built, which proved to be the second best car to the Michael Schumacher driven Ferrari. Driven to victory in the Austrian Grand Prix by David Coulthard, chassis MP4-16A-05 is offered complete but with a mock-up engine. It nevertheless has a pre-sale estimate of €1,700,000 - 2,000,000.
Due to attract the highest bids is this Ferrari F40, which was sold new to ex-F1 and Indy racer Roberto Moreno. Now offered from a Swiss collector, it actually spent most of its life in German hands. With less than 10,000 km on the odometer, it it should sell for around €2.5 million.
Being held in Munich, it is only fitting that a comprehensive BMW collection is consigned to the sale. It is headed by this BMW 507 Roadster. This Series II model was with the same owner between 1973 and 2013. More recently shown in the current owner's private museum, 70143 will require recommissioning but still has a €1,600,000 - 2,000,000 estimate.