Welcome To The Miami Exotic Auto Racing Family: McLaren 570S

We are proud to announce our latest addition to the Miami Exotic Auto Racing family, the McLaren 570S!

It is worth noting that there are two distinct members of the McLaren 570 family; the 570S and the 570GT. The 570S is sportier, and the GT is model is made for long-distance cross country drives. Both models have a twin-turbo 3.8-liter V8 producing a lovely 562 horsepower, and 443 lb-ft of torque. A carbon-fiber tub reduces weight and adds strength. The 570 features a way-too-smooth sequential seven-speed gearbox, which drives the rear wheels. The S is quicker to 60 miles per hour, by 0.2 of a second. The 570 manages a 0-60 MPH in 3.1 seconds, and is able to sprint up to 204 MPH.

Race experiences in the 570S are as follows:

McLaren 570S

  • 3 lap – $399
  • 6 lap – $699
  • 9 lap – $999
  • 12 lap – 1,299

McLaren 570s/Audi R8

  • 3 lap – $599
  • 6 lap -$1,149
  • 9 lap – $1,649
  • 12 lap – $2,149

McLaren 570S/Ferrari F430

  • 3 lap – $699
  • 6 lap – $1,249
  • 9 lap – $1,749
  • 12 lap – $2,249

McLaren 570S/Ferrari GT

  • 3 lap – $749
  • 6 lap -$1,299
  • 9 lap – $1,799
  • 12 lap – $2,299

McLaren 570S/Lamborghini Gallardo

  • 3 lap – $649
  • 6 lap – $1,199
  • 9 lap – $1,699
  • 12 lap – $2,199


The McLaren 570S makes use of the same 3.8-litre twin-turbo v8 that is featured across the entire McLaren lineup – right up to the P1 GTR – although it has been modified significantly for this particular model. As compared to the 650s’s power unit, the engine is 30% different with new internals and valve gears; yet both the 650 and 570 have the same redline and linear torque curve. The seven-speed dual clutch unit, or “Seamless shift” gearbox in McLaren talk, is what drives the rear wheels through an open differential. The rear-mounted engine and gearbox can be switched from Normal mode into Sport, or Track mode to enhance reaction and reduce shift times.

Like most all McLaren’s, the 570S is built around an exceptionally lightweight, stiff carbon fiber tub. Called the  “Monocell II”-again, McLaren talk, the chassis is much like that of the 650S, however it’s been tailored to improve entry/exit from the cabin – the Sports Series collection is billed as an everyday sports car, rather than an occasional-use supercar. The monocoque tub weighs just 75kg and McLaren claims it’s 25 % stiffer than an equivalent aluminum chassis. Front and rear subframes crafted from aluminum house the drivetrain and suspension components. The 570’s dry weight, with certain light-weight options, is quoted as 1313kg – add another 100kg or so for a kerb weight. Those specifications make the 570 250kg lighter than the Porsche 911 Turbo S, and 150kg lighter than the Audi R8 V10+.

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