Evosport and MBBS Racing World Challenge GT Racecar Unveiling
By Khiem Dinh
Khiem Dinh is an engineer for Honeywell Turbo Technologies at the time of this writing. All statements and opinions expressed by Khiem Dinh are solely those of Khiem Dinh and not reflective of Honeywell Turbo Technologies.
Those of you who follow European cars have probably heard of Evosport. If not, Evosport is one of the premier tuners for BMWs and Mercedes vehicles along with other high-end performance vehicles. Evosport Engineering is the branch of the company that develops performance parts. Finally, there’s MBBS Racing; this is the road racing arm of the company. Recently, the team at Evosport decided to build a World Challenge GT racecar out of a vehicle no one else has tried and brought on our friend, racecar driver Craig Stanton, to be the lead driver and team development manager. So what car did Evosport choose to be the basis for a World Challenge GT racecar?
|Before we get to the racecar, let’s have a quick look around the facilities. Out front are a couple beautiful ladies.|
|The Porsche was sporting a set of carbon fiber Dymag wheels.|
The entryway showcases a few of Evosport’s performance products along with a CLK63 AMG.
|The CLK is not just a showcar; it participated in the Mojave Mile.|