GT MC GT3
It was on the initiative of Swiss Team, which had already entered a Quattroporte “Evo” in the International Superstars series in Italy for two years, that the GranTurismo MC GT3 was developed.
The GT MC GT3 was tested in 2011, entered on a preparatory basis in two races in the International GT Open and in the Italian GT Sprint. The development took place under the leadership of Giuseppe Angiulli, in close collaboration with Maserati.
The car uses the mechanics proven on the Superstars Quattroporte Evo, which develops 530 horsepower and the car has been lightened up to 1230 kg.
The model shown is the 2012 GT which won the Vallelunga race at the hands of Pier Giudi.