"This is for America. For Briggs, Carol and Jim Hall. For all of us." Thus, Scuderia Cameron Glickenhaus started his post featuring the new SCG 007 LMP1. Why does he specifically mention these names? Because Glickenhaus wants to put America back on top when it comes to racing at Le Mans.
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The post notes that the SCG 007 LMP1 racing car will be created "at cost" and that you will enjoy your car no matter what, "even if one car is driving the world." The company's goal is to change a trend that has been going on for decades. They said, "It's been 50 years since a car built in America finished the first race at Le Mans. We're trying to change it."
To make the change, the SCG 007 LMP1 has a scheduled limited run of 25 road legal version and 1 race version, not including their own. All the profits they make through these cars go directly towards financing their own Le Mans program. With an estimated cost of around $ 1 million, there is a lot of money that will be harvested in its program.
Personally, if I had the money I would pick one of the road legal version ASAP. Think of this as a kickstarter, but it's a raise amount ($ 1 million) and the reward is a supercar.
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