The fifth FIAGT round was staged in Northern Germany at the Oschersleben Motor sports park last weekend. Lamborghini’s results were seemingly good, capturing their third podium finish of the season, but an unhomologated transmission part meant the ALL-INKL team had to forfeit their rare spot.
Oschersleben comes to us from Dirk de Jager who spent Saturday and Sunday capturing all that GT1, GT2, GT3 and the newly formed GT4 class had to offer. His gallery is here.
Our next focus is the SR9, which is Radical’s first ever LeMans Prototype (LMP2) racecar. Their impressive design is showing much promise in both the LeMans and American Lemans Series and will probably take its first victory sometime soon.
Finally, we close with the Rossion Q1 which is a slightly revamped Noble made for the American market. Although the car is still in a developing phase, Rossion are shooting for 185 mph, 0 to 60 3.2 seconds and a base price of $90,700 USD.
BONUS: Here’s the 2008 Porsche GT2, the most powerful 911 offered.