Performance cars have always been a hot topic, but what is it that makes them so popular?
We decided to dive into the cars’ history and find out.
The original GT-R was a race car.
It was powered by a 1.6-liter turbocharged engine and was also capable of taking the world by storm.
A race car was a serious competitor to cars like the Ford GT and Ferrari F12.
In 1963, the GT-40 race car won the 24 Hours of Le Mans.
The car was powered entirely by gasoline, which was not common in those days, so the GT40 was powered exclusively by diesel.
The GT40 became the first truly racing car.
The first racing car to win the 24 Hour of LeMans was the Volkswagen Beetle in 1974.
It is widely credited with creating the “bizarre” driving sensation of being in a car that is so fast it can go up to 300 miles per hour (483km/h) in less than five seconds.
The first race car to go to 100 miles per day was the Ferrari 288 GTB, which won the Le Mans 24 Hours in 1963.
It had a 1,800cc V8, a twin-turbo V12 engine, and a twin clutch transmission.
This made the car a real contender to the likes of the Ferrari F40 and Porsche 918 Spyder.
In 1973, the first race cars to have the world’s first-ever production-ready chassis went on sale.
The McLaren F1 was the first production car that went to the track and won the British Grand Prix that year.
The F1 is also widely credited for helping set the precedent for the modern sports car.
This car has now become the world champion in Formula One.
The last car that came close to winning a race was the McLaren F14T, which went to 200mph in 1963, winning the 24 hour race in just three laps.
The team was owned by a number of people, including Peter Brock, who was later inducted into the British Formula Hall of Fame.
The last GT-Rs, the McLaren M1 GT and the Mercedes-Benz GLA, have both won world championships, and are among the most expensive cars in the world.
The McLaren F-Type was the last production car to break into the US market.
It ran on a four-speed manual transmission and was powered solely by a turbocharged 2.0-liter V8.
This was the same V8 that powered the Ferrari 330 GTB.
It went on to win its first 24 Hours race in 1974 and is currently owned by McLaren.
The Ford GT was the most successful car in its class in history.
The GT40 is the first car to ever win a 24 Hours event, and is considered the best race car of all time.
The Ford GT40 won its first race at the 24-hour Le Mans in 1955, and in the following 24 Hours, it won three more 24 Hours events, finishing third.
In 1977, it took home the 24 hours in just five laps, the fastest time ever.
The Mustang GT was also the most powerful car ever built, and it went on a 24-race win streak.
The only time a car won a 24 Hour was in 1972.
The Nissan GT-86 was the fastest car in history to win a race.
It won the 1973 24 Hours at Spa-Francorchamps.
The winning car is owned by Michael Schumacher.
The final sports car to enter the US was the Ford Pinto.
This first sports car was launched in 1957, and was built by the Shelby GT-500 factory in Alabama.
This GT-5 was the only production car with a manual transmission.
The Pinto won the 1967 24 Hours by just 0.5 seconds.
This is the last time the GT500 was built in the United States.
The Mustang GT won its 24 Hours on the streets of Detroit in 1973.
It became the world record holder for most laps driven in 24 hours, and its last win was in 1976.
The Porsche 911 GT3 RS won the 1972 24 Hours and is owned and raced by Michael Schmidt.
The Porsche 911 Turbo is the fastest production car in the history of motorsports.
The 911 GT was built at Porsche’s Porsche Design Center in Quattroporte, Italy.
The 914 GT was powered largely by a four cylinder engine and had an impressive running time of just under four hours.
The Turbo achieved the highest lap time of any production car.
The Audi RS4 and the Ford Mustang GT4 won 24 Hours with the 911 Turbo.
Both cars were also owned by Mike Schmidt.
The Audi RS5 and the Ferrari 308 GTB won 24 hours with the 914.
The BMW M5 and Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 won 24 hour endurance races.
The Bentley Continental GT was originally intended to be the successor to the Bentley Continental.
However, the team changed course in 1972 and built a completely new car, the