Track-only McLaren 650S Sprint to debut at Pebble Beach

McLaren GT has unveiled the track-only 650S Sprint ahead of Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance debut later this week.

The latest stripped-out racer by McLaren features updated Brake Steer system, refined active aerodynamics and a race set-up for the ProActive Chassis Control, delivering a more engaging GT racing experience, keeping the refinement and balance found in the road car.

The engine carries over from the road car with optimised cooling along with unique engine and transmission calibration to further enhance on-track drivability and driver engagement.

The stripped cabin features an FIA-approved roll cage, a lightweight carbon fibre HANS-approved racing seat, with full six-point harness, integrated fire extinguisher, and there is even an air-conditioning system for comfort.

The model set to debut at Pebble Beach is finished primarily in white, also featuring the new Tarocco Orange finish seen on the GT3, with subtle black and white detailing throughout.

The aerodynamic upgrades include carbon fibre rear wing and front splitter, along with further lightweight components including a polycarbonate windscreen.

The 650S Sprint is priced at £198,000.

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