Toyota Gazoo Racing reveals revised GR010 Hypercar
Toyota Gazoo Racing has today revealed its revised GR010 Hybrid Hypercar for the 2023 FIA WEC season.
The GR010 Hybrid was the first Hypercar to break cover back in January 2021 and it has undergone a programme of detail evolutions in key areas, as it did for 2022, to optimise reliability and efficiency.
The most visible changes on the 2023 evolution of Toyota’s Hypercar concern the bodywork. New dive plane aerodynamic devices on the front corners and a smaller rear wing end plate, as well as other detail changes, have been implemented to enhance drivability and aerodynamic consistency.
Tuning a champion.— TOYOTA GAZOO Racing WEC (@TGR_WEC) February 24, 2023
Say hello to the GR010 HYBRID for the 2023 @FIAWEC and the #LeMansCentenary
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Modifications have also been made to the bodywork with the target of improving brake cooling and allowing quick changes to cooling options during a race, achieved through new vents at the front and rear. Additionally, a revised headlight lay-out has been implemented to optimise visibility during night driving.
Click HERE to read the full press release from Toyota Gazoo Racing.
The WEC season gets underway from 11-12 March with an official Prologue test, followed by the 1000 Miles of Sebring on 17 March.