The Panoz LMP-1 Targa 1999 is a unique and powerful race car built expressly for endurance racing, and made of high-tech materials such as light-weight yet strong aluminum and carbon fiber composites. It has a sleek, aerodynamic body and unique styling that recalls traditional sports racing cars with an unmistakable modern twist. The 3.2-liter V8 engine produces upwards of 600 horsepower and revs to 8,800 rpm while being mated to a sequential transaxle transmission. The formula for the LMP-1 includes 17 inch wheels, a carbon fiber monocoque chassis, and a number of high-tech features such as a growling exhaust, race-tuned suspension, and a Bosch EMS system, all of which contribute to the Panoz's winning race-winning record. The Targa model also provides excellent stability and handling that are essential on the race track, with a huge number of adjusters that allow the team to dial in the performance of the car. It has a wide range of aerodynamics, and a great array of advanced materials to help optimize the racing performance of this unique and remarkable machine.
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