Porsche 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport MR
Few automotive manufacturers are as revered as Porsche, and many drivers will take any opportunity they can get to climb behind the wheel of one of the brand's iconic vehicles. Enter the 718 Cayman GT4 Clubsport, which combines 425 horsepower of Porsche performance with the nimble, approachable GT4 platform.
BMW M4 GT4
BMW's customer sports car offering, the M4 GT4, didn't take very long to make an impression on the world of racing at large. In its debut season of 2018, it was named "Race Car of the Year" at the Professional MotorSport World Expo Awards, and backed up the honor the next year with GT4 titles in Blancpain GT World Challenge Asia and the 24H SERIES, plus a Team title in ADAC GT4 Germany. Get behind the wheel of this sporty and responsive GT4 car and find out what all the buzz is about firsthand.
Aston Martin Vantage GT4
Aston Martin has long used the Vantage as its entry into GT4-spec racing, putting the car through multiple revisions and decades worth of racing history. The current-spec GT4 made its debut in the 2019 24 Hours of Nurburgring, where a factory-prepared entry took the SP8T class win by four laps. The next year, KohR Motorsports gave the Vantage GT4 its first IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge Grand Sport championship, as drivers Kyle Marcelli and Nate Stacy scored a weekend-sweep at Mid-Ohio. Vantage GT4s remain in use with many of the top GT4 programs and events around the world.
McLaren 570S GT4
Few manufacturers can match the thrill of driving a McLaren in any class or specification, and the 570S, the legendary brand's foray into the world of GT4s, is no exception. Powered by a 3.8-liter twin turbo V8 engine and sitting on McLaren's carbon fiber MonoCell II chassis, this highly agile machine is the car of choice for a number of customer race teams competing in GT4 formula series around the world.
Audi RS 3 LMS
Light and quick, the Audi RS 3 LMS produces up to 350 horsepower from its turbocharged two-liter powerplant. Sequential shifting and a quick 0-60 time mean that this front-wheel drive touring car produces plenty of exciting action, no matter where or when it's racing.
Hyundai Elantra N TC
Introduced in September 2020, Hyundai’s Elantra N TC became its latest touring car offering to customer teams around the world. Succeeding the i30 and Veloster touring cars that had made their debuts in previous seasons, the Elantra improves upon Hyundai’s existing technology with a brand new two-liter, turbocharged engine that produces 350 horsepower. The car made its IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge debut in 2021, with Bryan Herta Autosport campaigning two cars.
Honda Civic Type R
The Honda Civic Type R made its debut in 2018, and earned back-to-back Model of the Year awards on a global stage in 2019 and 2020. Boasting the same four-cylinder turbocharged engine as the roadgoing Civic Type R, the racing version puts out 340 horsepower. Campaigned around the world by various teams, North American fans may best recognize the Civic Type R for running the IMSA Michelin Pilot Challenge with teams like LA Honda World Racing and Atlanta Speedwerks.
Global Mazda MX 5 Cup
The newest Mazda MX-5 embodies the classic top down, sports car characteristics that have made previous generations of MX-5s genuine classics: an engaging blend of power, nimble handling and comfort in an affordable package. iRacing is proud to have contributed to the design and development of the MX-5 which, like its predecessors, quickly became the worlds most raced production car with the Battery Tender MX-5 Cup in North America and similar series in Europe and Asia. Each year the international Mazda MX-5 competition culminates in the crowning of the Global MX-5 overall series champion during the Global Finale at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca.