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Scenario:“Pagani on Le Mans!” - headline of almost every car dedicated web site in 2030, for the upcoming event. The toughest and one of the most prestigious race in the season. This is Pagani Ganador (spanish for “winner”). The V12, hydrogen powerd prototype.  The homologation is back, like it was in Group C of the 1980’s  or for GT1 cars of 1990’s, and because of that, Pagani presented two cars: street and racing model.

Using the Pagani’s philosophy, this is a blend of new and traditional. Programable carbon fiber on the nose wings makes front flaps to rotate and make air brakes, during the breaking. Closed cockpit is better solution because there are less wibrations and noise from wind, car etc. and gives better protection. 

Also it has two sets of tires in one: extra hard outer layer, and super- soft inner layer. That way, when extra hards are waren out, he has new super softs to make a couple of laps in qualifying pace, before he enters the pit. Back wing raises and dorps down. When its down, it formates a long tail version of the car and gives better top speed.

One piece monocoque is under car body, for proven better driver saftey. Thermal camera in cockpit sends signals about driver, if there comes to collision. Pagani Ganador has wind turbines in wheels. They collect the air and turn it to electricity, store it in batteries, which driver can use for extra power boost. 

Lots of things can happen during 24h of Le Mans, especialy at night time. If it comes to accident, and there is no response from driver, team is on the edge to find out is everything ok with him. With independent thermal camera that sends signals, team could see if there is a movement and it can give some informations about the driver.

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