Race fans can now get their hands on a new breed of race car.
The first Gulfstream race car, the Gulfstream 500, has been unveiled at the 2017 Gulfstream 400.
The race car has a four-litre, twin-turbocharged V6 engine and is powered by a twin-cam 2.5-litres twin-clutch automatic transmission.
The Gulfstream 1000 has been built with the same twin-scroll turbocharged V8 engine, but it is powered exclusively by a 1.4-liters twin-cylinder petrol engine.
The 1000 is expected to debut at the Gulfstar 400 at the end of September.
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Read more:The cars have been built in conjunction with the Australian Motorsport Research Institute (AMSRI), which was founded by former Australian Grand Prix winner Craig Lowndes.
“This is the pinnacle of racing cars and we have been working closely with AMSRI for more than a decade to develop the latest generation of performance racing cars,” said AMSRA chief executive Paul Dolan.
“We have seen the impact of the technology we have developed in our GT racing programs and we are extremely pleased to have a car of this calibre.”
“It is the perfect platform for the AMS Research Institute to further develop their technology to drive further and further down the track,” he said.
“Our engineering team is well known for its knowledge of high performance and performance engineering, so we are very excited to see the Gulf Stream 1000 take the next step in its development.”