The first engines to receive fuel injection were some D-Type sports racing cars but fuel injection did not become available on the road cars until 1978.
The Mk VI, also known as the SR6, was a one off mid-engined sports racing car built in 1968.
Unlike other professional sports, racing offers no organized, talent-based system of advancement.
Many sports racing prototypes were designed and manufactured at their facility.
The SPEED Euroseries is an open sports racing class based in Great-Britain.
New Zealand had a long history of small garages and vehicle enthusiasts modifying and creating sports and sports racing cars.
Despite having used the Oldsmobile in sports racing cars, the McLaren team discounted it.
Mercedes-Benz 300 SLR, a 1955 sports racing car developed by Daimler-Benz.
The result is a mid-engined sports racing car for the road that borrows its styling from the Pininfarina Mythos.
Germany's Interserie runs as a Formula Libre, mixing single-seat formula cars with sports racing prototypes.