• Sep 27, 2010
Teaser for Matech Competition's Reborn – Click above to watch video after the jump

Matech took two Ford GTs to Le Mans this year and came back with stories to tell. Having won the GT3 class and built the LMGT1 competitors specifically to return the track that made the GT40's name, it is clear why they wish to crow.

Neither car finished the race, but on their first try both cars finished ahead of some much more seasoned competition. But hey: Ford GT + Le Mans = what's not to like? You'll find the trailer after the jump.

[Source: Matech]



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      • 4 Years Ago
      They might lose in Le Mans but they're giving the cheate.. I mean maseratis a run for their money in GT1 championship.
      • 4 Years Ago
      nice trailer, always been a big fan of the GT40 and later the GT. i wonder if Ford will ever tool-up and build another run of GTs? it's easily my favorite combination of retro styling and modern performance in the automotive world.
      • 4 Years Ago
      Beautiful Trailer! If only they would have done better in the race.

      I'll still watch it though. Great Stuff!
      • 4 Years Ago
      We are just a couple of days away from the Petit Le Mans.. I thought for sure these guys would be there, but checking the website, they are not? I was so looking forward to seeing these cars run in person! sigh.

      Does look like an epic movie.
        • 4 Years Ago
        There will be GT's at Petit LeMans run by Robertson Racing. Matech runs in GT1 which there is not a class for any longer in ALMS.