Group C of FIA World Endurance Championship has been one of the most spectacular racing cars category which was created in 1982 and disappeared in 1992 after leaving us cars like the Jaguar XJR-12 or the Porsche 962, because of escalating costs that occurred. Most striking thing about this category is that the legislation was drawn in Group C to contain the Super Power cars which were leading participants of the World Endurance.
Some people call this car Sauber C-11, others call it Sauber-Mercedes, but its official name is the Mercedes C11 . A fireball created for the World Endurance Championship which is framed in Group C and had a V8 5 liter engine, twin turbos and 730 hp in the beginning, reaching up to 950 hp according evolved . One last authentic, especially knowing that only weighed 905 kg. It has a speed record of 253 miles per hour, about 407 km / h.
Today we are talking precisely about the Mercedes C11 and the Group C of FIA World Endurance Championship because guys at Carscoops have posted a video seen on YouTube where Mercedes C11 starts at the pit and then being to roll on track. It is categorized as’ Best V8 Sound in the world ‘ . Video link is below and Think yourself for this categorization.
Claiming to be the ‘Best V8 Sound in the world’ is like wearing aesthetics. But we will not be the one who says that the V8 biturbo Mercedes C11 sounds bad. If there is something that all motor racing fans have in common, regardless of our particular tastes, it is the pleasure to hear a great roar from Mercedes C11 Engine.
And by the way, this video serves as an example for all those who criticize the turbo V6 Engine.