The awesome hand-built 450kw Mosler MT900R - regarded by many supercarfans as the world's fastest road-going car - will carry the NOD32 nameto television screens around the world when it takes on Australian andinternational racing teams in the inaugural Bathurst 24 Hour EnduranceRace.
This event is destined to become one of the world's greatest enduranceraces. The unique road circuit has hosted some of the most excitingtouring car races in the world, and the new 24 hour format isattracting global interest.
Bathurst's world famous Mount Panorama circuit is renowned as one ofthe great challenges in motorsport. Over 6.2km of closed public road,it rises from the city outskirts to an altitude of 870 metres before athrilling downlill roller-coaster plunge to the world famousengine-destroying Conrod Straight.
The 300kph-plus Mosler MT900R will be competing in Group 1 (the topclass) at Bathurst. It will be up against a variety of exotic Group 1supercars from around the world, including the ferocious home-grownHolden Monaro, European entries from Porsche, Ferrari. and Lamborghini,the American Chrysler Viper, and the Japanese Honda NSX.
Simultaneously racing in other Groups (or "cluttering up the track",according to diehard Group 1 fans) will be hot competitive entries fromFord, Holden, Ferrari, Toyota, Nissan, Subaru, Mitsubishi, Porsche,Mazda, and BMW.
Rollcentre Racing's team of skilled engineers believe they've sortedout their car to make it the fastest and best-handling MT900R around.They say their entry is ultra-competitive and stands an excellentchance of both Group and Outright wins in the hands of experiencedendurance drivers Martin Short, Charles Lamb, and Mark Pashley.