This Audi Audi should not be hung on a wall.
This 2010 Audi LMS is not the car you want to race. This Audi has a proven track record in racing.
This Audi was first used by the SAINTeLOC racing crew in the Blancpain Endurance Series in 2011 and in the French GT Championship in 2011. Team SAINTeLO won 24 hours of SPA last July 30, 2011. This is a long time in racing. According to the listing, however, the race car was recently serviced and is now ready to go.
Audi’s 5.2-liter V10 engine produces 570 horsepower and is paired with a six-speed sequential transmission. It weighs in at 1,250 kg (2,756 lbs). The R8 LMS looks amazing, even though it is eight years old. It has a blue paint, white stripes, and silver accents.
You will need to spend $269,000 (2211,000 euros) to purchase the Audi. All prices are based on today’s exchange rate. This is a lot of money to spend on a vehicle that isn’t legal for the road. But, highway robbery is not possible for race cars, especially if the vehicle has a long racing history.
MotorGT hosts the listing and offers a calculator that will help you calculate monthly payments if you are looking to finance the purchase. A monthly payment of $3,857 (or 3,162 euros) is possible if you have a good credit score and put 20% down. This is not something to be taken lightly. This is a fraction of what it costs to field a racing team, including drivers and support staff.
If the Audi R8 LMS racing car is what you are looking for, visit MotorGT. Although many racing cars eventually sell, this car is still a great vehicle to race and own.