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Mercedes CLK GTR
The Mercedes-Benz CLK GTR is a sports car from the German automaker and with racing characteristics. Mercedes-AMG, the motorsport wing of the Mercedes-Benz is behind the building of the car. The original intent behind the building of the car was to compete in the FIA GT Racing Championship, held in the year 1997. The limited edition CLK GTR was primarily designed and built to take part in racing events, and building the road car was a necessity in order to meet the homologation standards. The limited edition GTR cars that Mercedes rolled out were considered racing cars for on road conditions. The car made its debut in 1997, participating in the FIA GT Hockenheim 4 Hours. In total, GTR participated in 22 championships and ended up clinching 17 winning titles. The GTR was later upgraded to CLK LM and the production of the model was withdrawn in 1999, after the arrival of its descendent, Mercedes-Benz CLR Le. The car was built with a specific purpose and it didn’t disappoint its manufacturers. GTR won many major racing titles, including the prestigious FIA GT. The coupe model ruled the racetracks in its prime time and the roadster model was an eye-catcher on the streets. It was a perfect culmination of roaring speed with breathtaking beauty.