yes, my point exactelly, Maser has already reached the criteria for the rules, they already have sold 25 roadcars, and next year they will sell another 25 roadcars, of the scheduled 25 race cars 12 are already sold.
So it should be very cool for me next year since i'll be going to a big part of the championship
this year i'll go to the Spa 24 Hours next month where i can finally see the Lambo GTR in action then, and maybe Oschersleben if it's possible.
and the lambo that's a car that i would want to see more, based on a road car, that's the way it should be. the thing is fast and has very good potential, and i would love to see Aston enter next year aswell, they will be racing their DB9 under development from ProDrive the same guys that made the 550 GTC
so it should be very interesting seeing all those cars appear on the track but first and more often on the road
not the other way around like Maser is doing now.
first develop a racecar and then tune it down for road use, that's too big of an advantage