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The Bizzarrini 5300 GT Corsa Revival is a homage model to the original 5300 GT Corsa Chassis #0222 that attained legendary status at the 1965 Le Mans 24 Hours.

09 Aug 2022 | International News : U.K.

The first of 24 Bizzarrini 5300 GT Corsa Revival production cars have left the manufacturer's dedicated U.K. facility. This first customer car has been delivered to its new owner with more examples to be completed and shipped until the limited production runs out and all models are fully delivered in 2023.

Each and every of the 24 Bizzarrinis are finished in Rosso Corsa with white numbered roundels. Clients were able to choose their own unique number to be hand-applied to their car. The livery, and the total number of cars being built is a homage to the 5300 GT Corsa chassis #0222, which achieved legendary status at the 1965 Le Mans 24 Hours.

The Bizzarini might be based on a 58-year old design, but still possesses fire power to keep up with newer supercars
The cars in the Revival series represent the most authentic interpretation of the 5300 GT Corsa available. Built using the original blueprints, utilising components from original suppliers with the input of experts originally involved in the 5300 GT project, it is as representative of the original as possible while conforming to modern safety standards.

The hand-built vehicles use a lightweight single piece composite body, over a steel frame giving an overall weight in the region of 1,230kg.

Inside, the two seats are protected by a more comprehensive six-point roll cage and safety fuel cell. The V8 also produced 400bhp coupled to a lightweight body and chassis, giving the car a power to weight ratio comparable to that of a modern-day supercar.

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