Bentley has taken home 120 podiums and 45 race wins contesting the Continental GT3 in sports car racing classes across the world. Now Bentley is taking the Continental GT off the track, to the Zell am See purpose-built ice racing track in Austria. Bentley's goal was to keep the car as close to stock as possible, with the 626 horsepower 6-liter twin-turbo W12 under the hood, adjustable air suspension, and all-wheel-drive drivetrain unchanged from the production version. Things get a little more complicated inside, with a rear roll cage, racing seats, and fire suppression system included to satisfy regulations. The exterior gets a paint scheme inspired by the Pikes Peak record-setting Continental GT, and behind the wheel will be British junior WRC driver Catie Munnings looking to take home the win.