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Tuesday, December 17, 2019

The First street-legal F1 supercar

Driving an F1 car might have been the dream of all automotive enthusiasts in the world. But it is very difficult for us to sit behind the wheel and then drive the land jets. It seems that now the dream will soon come true. An Aussie named Zac Mihajlovic has ambitions to make a Formula 1 replica powered by Ferrari's engine that will be sold in limited quantities. Amazingly, the car can not only run on the racing circuit but can also be used on the highway (adjusted later to the roadworthy permits in the vehicle owner's country).
Zacaria Supercars on its debut at the 2019 Top Marques Monaco on May 30, 2019. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/38PDjaD)
Zac Mihajlovic is the person responsible for turning many people's dreams into reality and building the car with the help of a custom motorcycle builder named Scotty Cox. The car manufacturing process which was later given the name 'Zacaria Supercars' has been going on for almost more than 5 years.

Mihajlovic began his career in the world of car manufacturing since 1989 when he built with its street-legal Batmobile supercar based on the vehicle used in Tim Burton's Batman films. Actually, he had always received a request to make a super vehicle but was hampered due to the licensing issues.
Left side view of a street-legal F1 supercar named Zacaria Supercars. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2rWocLA)
Driven by an interest in his Batmobile, Mihajlovic began working on this F1 racing car replicas that could be driven on the streets. And he said, "So I thought, what's the next most extreme thing that I can build to drive on the streets? Nobody ever has done it with F1 cars, they have made cool things like BAC Mono or Ariel Atom, but they are 4-cylinder engined and more look like concept cars." 
The Ferrari's V12 4.3-liter engine of a street-legal F1 supercar named Zacaria Supercars. (Picture from: http://bit.ly/2rWocLA)
"If you want to drive an original F1 car, and should have a team that is needed to run it so I think about the modern V8 or V12 engine from Ferrari, maybe there is a market for people who want something that nobody else has," he said further.

The car development began by taking the 6.3-liter V12 engine which came from a Ferrari F12 Berlinetta carcass in England. The engine has been integrated into a 6-speed transaxle transmission system from Albins, the company responsible for the transmission system that used in the Australian' Supercars racing series.

Then this car's body by handmade that uses full aluminum materials and also is pinned the hydraulic lift system to make it easier to pass through damaged roads. The Zacaria SC made its debut in this year's Top Marques Monaco event back on May 30, 2019, one of the most glamorous events showcasing the world's finest automobiles.
Zac Mihajlovic, the man behind the machine and CEO of Zacaria Supercars said that he had received interest from potential buyers and hoped to sell every of the Zacaria SC that he made at a price of more than AUS $700,000 (around the US. $509,000 or Rp.10.4 billion). *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES | ZACARIA SUPERCARS | GATSBYONLINE.COM]
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