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Panoz GT Pro Series - Petit Lemans '01 (Part 1)

Panoz GT Pro Series - Petit Lemans '01 (Part 1)


 


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Panoz GT Pro Series - Petit Lemans '01 (Part 2)
Panoz GT Pro Series - Petit Lemans '01 (Part 2)





1998 Panoz Roadster
If your into the car that is a bit more unique than the standard repetitive stuff you see at car shows then you have just stumbled across your holy grail. Many people have not heard of Panoz but if you have you are aware that these one of a kind cars are all built by hand. Taking inspiration from race cars Panoz creates extremely unique automobiles that you won't see anywhere else. One of the most amazing things about them is the fit and finish is something you would expect from a billion dollar car manufacturer like Ford or Chevrolet. When you typically think of custom built cars you don't expect the tightness you would from something that rolled off the assembly line in 2013. Well this car has that. Why so unique you may ask? Well if the overall look of the car isn't enough the fact that only 176 were produced to sell between 1997 - 1999 should do the trick. People and investors with an interest in cars are constantly looking for the next Shelby Mustangs, Hemi Cudas, and rare Corvettes. It can be difficult to predict what may be considered rare in the future but you can bet the Panoz line of vehicles will be on the list. The aluminum body has a very unique appearance with a tail similar to a Cobra and a nose more like a track t. This streamline appearance hugs the ground and creates a road racer appearance that impresses everyone who gets a chance to see it. A aluminum block 4.6 liter powers the car and as you can imagine provides plenty of torque. With a weight of roughly 2,500 lbs you can imagine what 305 horsepower can really do. These cars are extremely cool and if you ever have a chance to drive one...DO IT! You will be amazed at the performance and handling capabilities it has to offer. Check it out at Classical Gas Enterprises (682) 429-1010 www.classicalgasmotors.com and remember "There's A Future In The Past With Classical Gas"





Panoz GTS at Road Atlanta 2001
In car footage of Panoz GTS at 2001 Petit Lemans Practice Session





Panoz LMP1 - Panoz LLC - Sports Cars - Racing - Luxury - Don Panoz
Dr. Don Panoz talks about the best moments in history for the Panoz LMP1 car. Learn more about Panoz sports cars - America's Most Exclusive Sports Car by visiting http://www.panoz.com. Do you love the Panoz sports cars, then "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/panozllc





Panoz GTR1 - Panoz LLC - Sports Cars - Racing - Luxury - Don Panoz - Best Car
Dr. Don Panoz talks about the best moments from the history of the Panoz GTR1 race car #66. Learn more about Panoz sports cars - America's Most Exclusive Sports Car by visiting http://www.panoz.com. Do you love the Panoz sports cars, then follow us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/panozllc





Panoz GTR1 Hybrid "Sparky" - Panoz LLC - Sports Cars - Racing - Luxury - Don Panoz - Best Car
Dr. Don Panoz talks about the best moments from the history of the Panoz GTR1 Hybrid also known as Sparky. Learn more about Panoz sports cars - America's Most Exclusive Sports Car by visiting http://www.panoz.com. Do you love the Panoz sports cars, then "Like" us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/panozllc





Michel Vaillant OnBoard @ Le Mans
Michel Vaillant Le Mans 2002 Special Feature from the DVD: On Board (Lola B98/10 & Panoz LMP01 Roadster S)





Panoz GTS at NASA Sebring 6/2007
This is the start and a few laps





Harris Hill Road (H2R) in a Panoz GTRA
A couple of laps in the Panoz at the Harris Hill Road track in San Marcos, TX (between Austin and San Antonio). I have a bunch of cleaner laps than these, but they tend to make boring videos, so here are the laps with a few frisky moments. The Panoz GTRA is a tube-chassis race car developed by the Panoz folk at Road Atlanta (hence the RA in GTRA). Pretty much an early 90s Mustang drivetrain (302 + Tremec + 9" rear-end) in a chassis that likes corners, with a fiberglass body. It weighs about 2600lbs, and puts out about 230 HP, so it's a lot like a Miata with an Adam's Apple - more chassis than horsepower.





Panoz AIV Roadster We go for a ride! 25th Anniversary! An American Morgan?
This Panoz AIV Roadster was one of my favorite rides. It was one of those Ogden Avenue miracles.





Panoz Esperante--D&M Motorsports Video Test Drive Review 2012 Chris Moran
SEE OVER 100 IN-DEPTH AUTO REVIEWS @ www.SUPERCARNETWORK.com. A first drive for Chris in the Panoz Esperante. Presented by D&M Motorsports, hosted by Chris Moran. Our intentions were good. This would be the first magazine to pit two similarly priced, low-volume, Ford SVT Mustang Cobra-powered sports cars from a pair of young and eager companies in a breathtaking shootout. The fatal flaw was the timing. Qvale Modena is already shipping Mangustas to customers. The company diverted one for this test and certified that it was fairly representative of that which citizens of the land may purchase. On the other hand, Panoz Auto Development Company in Hoschton, Georgia, is still developing its Esperante. It did produce a prototype with Irish-green paint and oatmeal leather for testing, but the car was clearly yanked out of the oven while still a little squishy. Regular production of the aluminum body panels had yet to begin, the interior is still undergoing minor revisions, and raising the unperfected convertible top occupied two engineers with tools for 20 minutes. In short, the Esperante's test numbers have too many asterisks to be used in an honest comparison with the Mangusta. Not to say that the time spent with the Esperante was a complete waste. The Panoz shows promise of maturing into a shapely, competent roadster, and Danny Panoz promises the first buyers will be able to unload their extra $81,961 on one by this fall, once he obtains tops and bodies for the 100 or so completed chassis sitting in his factory. That's just a few thousand clams shy of the Mangusta's price, but philosophically, the Esperante is a completely different animal. Panoz splices in far more Mustang DNA, including the steering rack, the ABS-equipped brakes (not available on the Mangusta), the independent rear suspension (IRS) module, and parts of the floorpan and fire wall. After modifications, those bits bolt to a space frame of interlocking aluminum extrusions that form the main structural skeleton. Oddly enough, despite the high Mustang content, the Esperante feels less like a Mustang than the Qvale does. Panoz is aiming for a more classic sports-car experience and succeeds in part with a lower driving position, a compact three-spoke steering wheel that neatly conceals its airbag, and two pontoon fenders that bracket the view out the windshield. The crisply tuned Panoz also behaves lighter on its feet. It turns in with Ginsu sharpness and bites the pavement hard in corners. But the Esperante demands a smooth hand near the limit because the rear end is easy to fluster and difficult to collect after it breaks loose. Blame may lie with the Cobra's IRS module. Ford engineers designed it first and foremost to bolt directly to the Mustang's live-axle pickup points, sacrificing weight and performance for packaging convenience. Panoz adds only a cantilevered coil-on-shock assembly to make it work in the Esperante's space frame. Perhaps more tweaking will get the Panoz and Ford ends working in better harmony. Throttle response is lustier in the Panoz, and it trounces the Mustang Cobra and the Mangusta in acceleration and braking. An oppressively boomy, low-restriction Exhaust may have helped contribute to the scorching drag-strip times. Danny says they are still tinkering with different systems. Since it last appeared on these pages (January 1999), the Esperante has experienced some noteworthy revisions. "Nobody liked the pursed lips," admits Danny, so Panoz widened the tiny oval mouth that gave the first Esperante a face out of The X-Files. Inside, the company inched the shift knob closer to the driver by installing a remote shift linkage. It also repositioned the center-mounted gauges so that their binnacle is flat to the panel a la BMW Z8. Fine, except that they are even harder to read quickly and the reflection of the sky washes out the dials. The Panoz may need to bake some more, but with Qvale out booking sales, the temperature should be hotter than ever.





Panoz Racing Series ALMS Sebring 2007
Qualification lap ending in huge spin on turn 17





Panoz Esperante GTLM: GT2 Race Car
I record a very, VERY Rare and Amazing Panoz GT2 RaceCar. Weird thing is, I wasnt at a Track... I was at the mall!!!





Le Mans Series LMS Nürburgring 2007 - Aston Martin Saleen Panoz - 1000km LMS
Das erste 1000km Rennen in Deutschland mit den neuen Peugeot 908 - Fahrzeuge: Noch mit dabei - die genialen GT1 vom Schlage Aston Martin, Saleen S7R und der Corvette C6R . Ausserdem Zytek Pescarolo Saleen Aston Corvette Larbre Spyker Panoz Porsche 997 Courage Lavaggi Lola





2 x BMW Z4 GT3 Pure V8 Engine Sound
Flickr Page: http://www.flickr.com/photos/19bozzy92/ Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/19Bozzy92YT Google+ page: https://plus.google.com/100567781241722617164/posts Here you are a video about what I think it's the best sounding GT3-class car I've ever seen, the BMW Z4 GT3. The car is moved by a 4.4 liter V8 engine which is able to produce 508 bhp at 8200 rpm and a max torque of 515 Nm. Camcorder: Canon Legria HF M46 + Canon DM-100 Microphone Event: Test Marzi Sport 2013 Where: Autodromo di Monza, Italy Link To My Channel: http://www.youtube.com/user/19Bozzy92?feature=mhee THANKS FOR WATCHING AND SUBSCRIBE!!!




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