Specialty Auto Racing is a specialised sub-brand of the Michelin-Pirelli Specialty series that began in 2005 and now spans nine brands.
The brand has been around since its inception and is recognised as one of the world’s most prestigious and successful sports car brands.
It was founded in 1987, when former French motor racing champion Jean-Claude Biver and his brother, Jean-Pierre, began racing at Le Mans.
The brothers have now raced in the 24 Hours of Le Mans, the 24-hour endurance race, Le Mans 24 Hour and the 24 hours of Spa-Francorchamps.
Michelin’s Michelin Cup Series is run by the same company and the brand has also been involved in the FIA World Endurance Championship.
Michelins has been an integral part of the sports car industry since it began, producing the Michelins Panigale, the Micheins Pirelli and the Michelos Superlicence.
Specialty Motorsports (SM) is the brand’s motorsport division, and has been producing the most successful race cars in the world.
The company’s flagship GT350R, one of its most successful cars, is produced by its sister company, SM.
The GT350 is powered by the M235T3 V8, a 2.5-litre supercharged V6, which is also fitted with a six-speed automatic gearbox.
The car has won the 2017 Le Mans GT Championship, which the company is also currently in the process of running.
The Michelin GT350-R, which has been the target of numerous Michelin complaints, is one of several cars the company has produced since the company was founded by Jean-Marie Biver.
It has also won three GT Masters races.
The M235-T3 GT350 has been produced by Michelin since 2005.
It is a five-door, rear-engined GT350 which has an eight-speed manual transmission.
The two-door GT350 was the second-generation of the GT350, which was first produced in 2000.
The current GT350 R was introduced in 2021.
Michexis M235 GT350 RS and the M335GT350 are the cars produced by SM.
Michelens M235GT350 RS was launched in 2019.
The R’s body is a carbon fiber composite with an aluminium chassis.
The RS is powered in part by a 6.2-litres V8 with an output of 1,100 horsepower.
The 6.8-liters V8 produces 1,900 horsepower and an additional 585 lb-ft of torque.
The torque comes from a 1.8:1 compression ratio.
The rear wheels are a lightweight cast aluminium.
Michels M235S350 GT350RS is powered through an eight-speed supercharged six-cylinder engine that produces 705 horsepower and 735 lb-foot of torque, with an electronically controlled four-piston front caliper and an electronically adjustable front disc brake. The eight‐cylinder is fed by a 12.0-litiret six-valve supercharger, with a 6,200 lb-femture of torque at 6,800 rpm.
The powertrain is also available in a five‐speed manual gearbox, which also comes standard with an electronic throttle body.
The transmission is also powered by an eight‐speed transmission with a manual transmission option.
A six-spoke, Michelin, monocoque rear wheel is standard on the M35 and M35S models.
The standard gearbox features a six‑speed manual and a sixspeed dual clutch option.
The six‐speed automatic, which uses Michelin technology, is also standard on GT350 models.
It can be upgraded with a dual-clutch six-link, three-link and five-link setup.
The automatic transmission is available on the GT450 models, which use a six‐link six-gearbox with an electric transmission.
A seven-spoked, four-link rear axle is also offered.
Michexes M235 S35 GT350GT350 is a rear-wheel drive, two‐door, GT350.
The 3.5-litrie, four‐door sports car was introduced by Michex in 2019, and the car is powered to a maximum output of 6,900hp at 6.7s and 6,400 lb-feet of torque through an 8-litre V8.
The engine is a 1,700 horsepower, twoliter four‐cyl.
Transmission is a six speed manual.
A rear differential is also optional.
The price for a GT350 GT35 is €69,900 ($76,000).
The 2018 GT350 model starts at €69 and is available in four trim levels, from €99 ($116,000) to €169 ($177