The MC20 represents Maserati's bold rediscovery of its audacious sporting DNA. From its inception, the MC20 was designed with racing in-mind, and Maserati's announcement of the MC20 GT2 will see the hallowed Trident brought back to competitive closed-wheel for the first time since the MC12's successful racing campaigning concluded in 2010.
In 2023, the MC20 GT2 will race in the Fanatec GT2 European Series Championship with cars offered to customers and competing teams. While final performance figures and vehicle statistics will be subject to the series' Balance of Performance regulations, the MC20 GT2 will have the mighty MC20 as its benchmark base. The new and innovative 3.0-litre twin-turbocharged Nettuno V6 engine will propel the lightened and stiffened car through the rear-wheels via a standardized 6-speed paddle sequential transmission. Enhanced and adjustable bodywork will also be on-hand for optimal aerodynamic performance and added visual drama to the stunning MC20 shape.
The MC20 GT2 is the latest in Maserati's passionate commitment to motorsport, and we look forward to witnessing the it go up against its reputable competition around some of Europe's most iconic racetracks.