“The Spéirling Pure will herald a new era on the track,” said McMurtry managing director Thomas Yates.
“The sound, grip, acceleration, aesthetics and technology of this car are distinct. Witnessing the car as a spectator or from the cockpit offers a rare and exhilarating experience.”
He added that the team wanted the car to be a catalyst for the use of fan-car tech, as pioneered by the infamous Brabham BT46 Formula 1 car of 1978. “I can’t wait for fan cars at the race track to become a new normality,” he said.