SLS AMG GT3
German engineers take their job very seriously, but Germans are also renown for embracing the Christmas season with gusto. That said, development and testing of the SLS AMG GT3 must go on, since the competition certainly won’t be taking any time off around the holidays if it means slower lap times in the coming season. German engineers are also known for their ingenuity and resourcefulness, so we really don’t have a hard time believing this Christmas-themed video from AMG was inspired by actual events, if not entirely based on them. We can imagine the thermodynamic calculations...
Building The SLS AMG GT3, Part 3 - Seat Fitting: Video
To ensure the best possible seating position, each SLS AMG GT3 is fitted with a seat molded to the driver's body.Kurt Ernst
Building The SLS AMG GT3, Step Two: Time Lapse Video
The second video in the "Building The SLS AMG GT3" series shows assembly after the engine and chassis come together.Kurt Ernst
Video: Guided Walkaround Of The SLS AMG GT3
We brought you some of the first photos in the world of the SLS AMG GT3 race car from its debut in Mexico, and we've kept you up to speed on the car's stats and features since, but this expert walkaround with the car gives some very nice detail shots and a few nice tidbits of information. Well...Nelson Ireson
Mercedes Adds SLS AMG GT3 To AMG Driving Academy Rolls
The AMG Driving Academy just got a lot more interesting: you can now work your way up to getting the SLS AMG GT3 on track in the Masters program. You may remember the SLS AMG GT3 from our live coverage of the world debut event in Oaxaca, Mexico. The FIA race-ready car pegs the pricing needle at...Nelson Ireson
Live Gallery: World Premiere Of SLS AMG GT3 Race Car
Motor Authority was there to capture the world premiere of the latest race car out of AMG, the SLS GT3.Nelson Ireson
Mercedes-Benz, or more correctly, AMG, is developing a new racing version of the SLS AMG gullwing sports car that will be built along the lines if the FIA sanctioned GT3 series. The new race car won’t be ready until the 2011 season but we can already get a taste of what to expect thanks to these leaked images of it. No official details have been released but early reports suggest the car will run a 600 horsepower version of AMG’s new twin-turbocharged 5.5-liter V-8 and the whole thing should weight a lot less than the standard model because of the removal of most of the...