The Gy6’s gy6 has been around for some time now, and it has seen some pretty strong performances in some of the best motorsport series in recent years.
But, this year, the car has had some very big changes and it is starting to look more like a traditional F1 car than a classic road car.
The 2018 Australian Grand Prix saw the return of the legendary GTR series to its traditional home in the Australian Grand Touring Car Championship, and that proved a big factor in the race’s success.
However, the Gy6 was also in the mix at the start of the season, and a handful of races have seen the car get its first ever podium finish.
As a result, we’ve been able to put together a short list of the top 20 best gy 6s in the world.
We’ve included a lot of cars in this list from the likes of Mercedes, Ferrari, McLaren, Red Bull and more.
But we’ve also included some cars that we think are worthy of a mention, and we’ve included the cars that have done quite well in their first year in Formula 1, which can help you decide which car to pick.
Mercedes AMG GTR (2017) This year, Mercedes is taking its GTR class to the back of the grid, replacing the old W06-based car with a new car with more of a mid-engined design.
The car is also powered by a 5.7-litre V8 engine, which should give it a much better power to weight ratio than its predecessor.
However it will also be slower, which will probably be a big issue for teams looking to make up for lost ground in 2017.
There are two models to choose from.
The new car is the Mercedes AMI GTR, and while it is a bit of a departure from the classic GTR line-up, the new car has some very interesting upgrades.
Firstly, it has an upgraded engine, and the Mercedes team have put a lot more weight into the front wheels, which is a good thing.
Second, the AMI team have also taken advantage of the fact that the GTR chassis has been updated to run more air through the rear axle to improve grip and reduce drag.
It is a shame that the car didn’t have an F1-spec tyre, because it could have easily handled the weight of a super-soft tyre.
Ferrari F138 GTE (2017, 2016) Ferrari has always been a team that looks to race as fast as possible, and in 2018 they delivered one of the fastest cars on the grid in their F138.
While this car is not as powerful as the previous one, it is definitely the fastest car in Formula One.
The GTR was a bit too slow to catch up with the likes, but it did offer a very fast lap time of just 3:34.
This car also had an updated suspension setup that is supposed to improve the grip, and also a super soft tyre.
However we didn’t get a full run-through of the car at the beginning of the year, so we don’t know whether it was a complete redesign or just a new update.
McLaren MP4-12C (2017/2018) The MP4 is McLaren’s latest supercar.
While the GTH-based MP4 was very quick in 2017, it was not quite as quick as it is now.
However, we do have some great video footage of this car on YouTube.
It is a completely new car, and unlike the previous ones, it uses a new, longer, and more powerful engine, but is still very fast.
Its new car comes with a 5-speed automatic transmission and an upgraded suspension system that should improve its handling.
However the McLaren team have said that they are also looking to increase the engine output and torque in order to make it a bit more competitive.
McLaren P1 (2017 and 2018) It has been a while since McLaren has had a true Formula 1 car, but this new P1 has been the team’s best effort to date.
With a 1.9-litres V8 in the back, this is a very powerful car.
But the team are also aiming to make the P1 more competitive by reducing weight and improving the power-to-weight ratio, so hopefully the car can improve its position in the championship.
McLaren 650S GT3 (2017-2018) The 650S is McLarens most powerful supercar, and its performance has been very impressive in its debut year.
The McLaren team did some serious work to reduce weight, and although it is still a bit fast, its weight reduction was more than enough to win the championship in the season opener.
Renault F1 (2018) Renault’s F1 team has been quite active in