Victory for the Solus GT in Sunday’s Timed Shootout Remaining on the 2023 Goodwood Competition of Pace confirmed its astonishing efficiency credentials, thrilling spectators and crowning McLaren’s 60th anniversary celebrations on the occasion.
Having made its dynamic debut on Thursday, July 13 – the primary day of the 2023 Competition – the Solus GT’s full-throttle assault on Goodwood’s 1.16-mile Hillclimb in Sunday’s grand finale noticed McLaren Manufacturing facility Driver Marvin Kirchhöfer storm to the highest of the timesheet with a run of 45.342 seconds. This secured McLaren’s second Competition of Pace Timed Shootout win in three years, following victory in 2021.
Born within the digital world for the Gran Turismo SPORT online game and dropped at life by McLaren, simply 25 Solus GT buyer vehicles might be constructed. Powered by a naturally aspirated 5.2-liter V10 engine creating 840PS and 650Nm of torque, the Solus GT’s sub-1,000kg weight and superior aerodynamic bundle mix with the powertrain to ship a sensational degree of efficiency.
In addition to thrilling on the Hillclimb, a Solus GT was on show at McLaren Home at some stage in the Competition. Becoming a member of it on the present was McLaren’s new 750S supercar – the lightest and strongest series-production McLaren – which made its public dynamic debut with a number of high-speed runs over the weekend.
Michael Leiters, Chief Government Officer, McLaren Automotive: “Victory for the Solus GT within the Timed Shootout Remaining crowns a milestone Goodwood Competition of Pace for McLaren. Coinciding with 30 years of the Competition, our Sixtieth-anniversary celebrations had already seen a Triple Crown tribute at McLaren Home and on the Hillclimb and highly effective public dynamic debuts for each the Solus GT and the brand new 750S, and now we have now once more claimed victory within the Timed Shootout Remaining – a implausible achievement by an unimaginable group.”