Maserati is making a triumphant return to grand tourer racing with the GT2, a modified version of its MC20 supercar. The GT2-spec MC20 features adjustable dampers and anti-roll bars, as well as a huge rear wing, to go with plenty of carbon fiber. Maserati will enter the GT2 European Series with a track-ready version of its MC20 supercar, positioning itself between the GT4 and GT3 cars in terms of performance.

Modified MC20: A Powerful Contender

The MC20’s suspension has been revised for the GT2 competition, with adjustable dampers and anti-roll bars front and rear. The GT2 receives electric power steering and a six-speed sequential paddle-shift gearbox. The MC20’s twin-turbocharged V-6 engine will power the GT2-spec version as well. The carbon-fiber central monocoque and lightweight, full composite bodywork have quick-release panels in case they need replacing mid-race.

Maserati’s Rich Racing History

Maserati enthusiasts are excited about the brand’s return to racing with the GT2. The automaker has a long history in motorsports, having won numerous races and championships in the past. Maserati has been absent from the racetrack for more than a decade but now enters season nine of the Formula E World Championship with the new Maserati Tipo Folgore Gen3 electric race car in 2023.

Formula E and Maserati’s Future in Racing

The Maserati Tipo Folgore Gen3 is based on Formula E’s new Gen3 race car that makes its debut in season nine. The Gen3 is the fastest and most efficient car to be introduced in Formula E. The Maserati Tipo Folgore Gen3 will undergo extensive testing ahead of the first race of the new season, which is scheduled for Jan. 14 in Mexico City. Maserati is making an exciting comeback to GT2 racing with the modified MC20, and GT2 machinery will join the 2023 Intercontinental GT Challenge Powered by Pirelli field as a new Am class.

Maserati’s Commitment to Sustainability and Electrification

Maserati is making a comeback to racing and is also committed to sustainability and electrification. The brand will enter the 2023 FIA Formula E World Championship as the first Italian team to compete in Formula E. Maserati has plans to electrify its road car range, and Formula E bosses are keen to attract more manufacturers to the sport. Maserati will join DS as the second Stellantis brand on the grid, marking an exciting new chapter for the legendary automaker.