[HOT NEWS] LANZANTE BUILDING 11 PORSCHE 930 RESTOMODS WITH ACTUAL F1 RACED ENGINES

LANZANTE BUILDING 11 PORSCHE 930 RESTOMODS WITH ACTUAL F1 RACED ENGINES – Porsche built a 1.5-liter turbocharged V6, branded as the TAG-Porsche TTE P01, for the McLaren MP4/2 and MP4/3; if the naming seems odd to cover four years, it’s because McLaren raced the MP4/2B and MP4/2C in 1985 and 1986. The engine produced more than 1,000 horsepower in qualifying trim, and 750 hp in race spec. In its first three years on the grid, the engine powered McLaren to two Constructor’s Championships, and three Driver’s Championships for Niki Lauda and Alain Prost. During that time, McLaren built a prototype Porsche 930 with that TAG engine, but kept it so far out of sight that people spoke of it as a rumor. The English carmaker finally proved the rumor true a few years ago when it put the prototype on

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