If you've got a pile of money and dreams of becoming a race car driver, this one's for you.

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The Audi R8 LMS GT4 will compete in GT4-series racing.

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While GT3 commands professional drivers and crazy budgets, GT4 is for privateers that want to dip their toes into the pool.

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It's believed to pack the same V10 as the road-legal R8, although power is down from 602 hp to a series-limited 495.

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It'll compete against GT4 cars from Chevrolet, McLaren and others.

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Approximately 60 percent of its parts are shared with the road car.

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Audi unveiled the R8 LMS GT4 at the New York Auto Show.

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Deliveries should start later this year.

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So, if you have hopes of racing, or if you just want to do it for fun, GT4 is the way to go.

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Pricing is not yet available, but suffice it to say, it won't exactly be cheap.

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