Re: Not available... I've seen the MG in action at the DC Grand Prix. Only the Audi's and a Panoz beat it. It beat another Panoz and both Caddies and everything in it's class by a huge margin. This car has the ability to take on the 900 class cars with a little more refinement, it's only the 3rd year of development on the track. At 1400 lbs with 450 hp we have a power to weight ration of about 666 hp/ton, not far off from the R8's 680 hp/ton. As for the new GT/40 debacle. The original GT40 was a Le Mans car. It was built by Henry Ford II to prove to the world that Ford was able to build a serious road car to compete with Enzo's domination of the mid-60's Le Mans. The GT/40 was a Lola chassis car (like this MG) and won three years straight I believe. This new GT/40 is NOT a Le Mans car. It is a street image car for Ford. It could never compete in the LMP classes for it is not a purpose built prototype. And as for the GT classes, it has to sell more than a token production to compete against the Vette, S7, 550M, and Viper. If Ford DOES get serious about racing the GT/40, it will not be for several years I would think. Even then, the GT/40 would not beat an LMP car. Ever.