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Callaway Corvette C7 GT3-R Is Destined For RaceRoom

Sector3 Studios have announced that the Callaway Corvette C7 GT3-R is destined for RaceRoom! Produced by Callaway Competition, the C7 GT3-R Corvette will take over the mantle from the previous GT3 competition car, the Z06.R GT3. The new car will make its debut in various domestic, as well as international, GT3 series events.

The team at Sector3 have not confirmed a release date for their newest edition to the title’s burgeoning garage. Knowing how prolific they have become, we are sure Sector3 will not keep us waiting too long before we can sample the American racer for ourselves. Keep an eye out for any future developments right here on ISRTV!

This is what Sector3 had to say about the Callaway Corvette C7 GT3-R in today’s post:

This astonishing racing car was developed by the company Callaway Competition based in Leingarten (Heilbronn, Germany), 151 kilometers south of Frankfurt and 10 kilometers west of Heilbronn. Callaway Competition was established-one in 1985 under the name “Woehr & Ciccone” company that has specialized since its foundation on body manufacturing, vehicle repairs and racing modifications. In 1988, the company “Woehr & Ciccone” expanded to take over the distribution of Callaway in Europe. The racing department Callaway Competition got its name in 1994.

The car sets new standards in the league of GT3 race cars and should, as its predecessor C6-based model, become a worldwide sensation in GT3.

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Corvette C7 GT3-R Specs:

  • Width: 2042 mm (80.4 in.)
  • Wheelbase: 2713 mm (106.8 in.)
  • Overall Length: 4592 mm (188.7 in.)
  • Homologation Weight: 1240 kg (2734 lb.)
  • Chassis: Aluminium
  • Engine Type: 8 Cylinder V, 90° Bank Angle
  • Power: 550 – 600 HP (depending on Air-Restrictor)
  • Engine Displacement: 6245 cc (381 cid)

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