DeltaWing Racing Cars, the company that partnered with Nissan to develop the race car that made history in the American Le Mans (ALMS) races, is now building the coupe racers for sale.
The company says they will be building three of the unique race cars through Elan Motorsports Tehcnologies for sale to teams planning to compete in the United SportsCar Racing circuit for 2014. The DeltaWing is designed to meet FIA closed-cockpit mandate for next season.
The open-top DeltaWing famously led 16 laps in the recent ALMS Road America race. The DeltaWing features half the weight and aerodynamic drag of its counterparts and uses half the horsepower and has half the fuel consumption of the competition as well.
The DeltaWing coupe will make its race debut at the Circuit of the Americas next month. Read more about the DeltaWing by clicking here.
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