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  • Daimler-Benz developed this hardtop version of the SLR racing car for the season.

    Apr 30, Mercedes has released a video featuring the SLR Uhlenhaut Coupe of which The attached video posted on YouTube by Mercedes-Benz.

    May 1, This is a car that would cost over $ million if Mercedes-Benz ever decides to sell it. But it never will. The SLR racer was the car that won.

    But it never will. DC United star Wayne Rooney celebrates American holiday with his family after a memorable week I must tinker intelligently to avoid a rollicking from my year-old mum! That is, if Mercedes-Benz were to ever sell it. Lamborghini Miura P SV.

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    New Lamborghini track cars and Miura SV headed for auction Sleek and very fast McLaren Speedtail revealed Events Multimedia Gaming Miscellaneous Website discussion. Wouter Melissen Last updated: July 24, Download: Together they won the daunting Mille Miglia rally in a record breaking time of 10 hours, seven minutes and 48 seconds; an average of nearly 98 mph and all this on public roads.

    This record stands to this day and was the result of Moss' fantastic driving, Jenkinson's pioneering use of pace-notes and of course their exquisite steed; the Mercedes-Benz SLR. The story of the SLR began some three years earlier when Mercedes-Benz returned to racing, shortly after production had recommenced.

    Many of the talented engineers that developed those cars were still employed by Mercedes, so it really was a matter of time before the company picked up racing again. It was a well planned effort, taking in account the modest financial means available. Dubbed the SL, the first all new racing Mercedes-Benz racing car was built for the sports car racing scene.

    Actually it was not all new as it used the running gear and suspension of the top of the range '' luxury sedan. The existing parts were bolted to a bespoke tubular spaceframe and covered by an elegant two-seater coupe body.

    Despite its production car roots, the SL was immediately successful winning the editions of the 24 Hours of Le Mans and the Carrera PanAmericana.

    At the end of the year the SL was retired from racing and further developed into the legendary 'Gullwing' road car. In the mean time the competition department continued their work around the advanced spaceframe. Next on the agenda was a Grand Prix car for the revised Formula 1 regulations of Dubbed the W, it combined the spaceframe chassis with a bespoke eight cylinder engine. It was effectively a two-seater version of the W and third development of the original spaceframe design.

    The chassis was not identical to its predecessors though as the 'SLR' used torsion bar springs both front and rear. The suspension was by double wishbones at the front and swing axles at the rear. Just like the W, it sported in-board mounted drum-brakes on all four 'corners' to lower the unsprung weight.

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