Collectors who find constrained-version hypercars with a multi-million-dollar price tag a small bit too stodgy will quickly have a rare opportunity to increase a true System 1 car to their fleet. Toyota donated the initial example of the previous car it created to contend in the sequence to a charity auction whose proceeds will go to COVID-19 relief.
Wearing chassis range 01, this TF109 participated in a battery of assessments top up to the 2009 System 1 period. It was pushed by quite a few expert pilots, such as Henkie Waldschmidt, Jarno Trulli and Timo Glock, but it by no means lined up on the setting up grid of a race. Instead of stuffing it in a dimly-lit museum, Toyota passed the TF109 to Pirelli who made use of it as a superior-pace exam mule for tires. It was stripped of its red and white livery and put in the