Saleen S7-R with Woodward Steering

The Saleen S7-R is a racing version of the standard, naturally-aspirated S7, produced from 2000 to 2007. It was designed to compete in grand tourer-style motorsports series and events such as the American Le Mans Series, FIA GT Championship, and 24 Hours of Le Mans. Ray Mallock Ltd. built the first few S7-Rs in their workshops in Britain, before Saleen assumed S7-R assembly with the French Oreca squad executing final outfitting in 2006. A total of fourteen S7-Rs have been built so far.