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HYUNDAI I20 R5

The Hyundai i20 R5 is a rally car built by Hyundai Motorsport and based upon the Hyundai i20 road car. It is built to R5 regulations.

 

The i20 R5 made its competitive début at the 2016 Tour de Corse. The car currently competes in the World Rally Championship-2 and the European Rally Championship where it is entered by Hyundai’s factory team and various privateers.

 

Power: 290 PS @ 5000 RPM TORQUE: 440 Nm @ 4000 RPM


Body: Hyundai Motorsport designed bespoke rollcage as per FIA R5 regulations


Engine: 1.6 Turbo with direct injection, FIA regulated 32mm restrictor


Transmission: Ricardo 5 Speed Sequential Gearbox and Differential units


Suspension: Front and Rear MacPherson struts with external reservoir dampers, three way adjustable


Brakes: Brembo 4 piston calipers, vented discs, hydraulic handbrake, Winmax brake pads


Wheels: Gravel: 7×15” Asphalt: 8×18” Snow: 5,5×16”

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RENAULT CLIO RALLY3

While Clio Rally5 is intended to be accessible to all drivers and Clio Rally4 is intently focused on two-wheel drive performance.

 

Clio Rally3 is the perfect springboard into the world of four-wheel drive. While all three share many similarities, including bodies based on Clio R.S. Line, this new version has also benefited from the expertise of the technical teams at Viry-Châtillon and Dieppe to exploit the liberties offered by the Rally3 regulations.

 

The teams have worked in-depth on several areas, guided by the quest for efficiency.

Power: 260 HP @ 7,400 RPM TORQUE: 415 Nm 

Body: Renault Clio V bodyshell with roll cage exceeding FIA regulation.

Engine: 1.3-litre TCe 16-valve turbocharged 4-cylinder engine with direct injection

Transmission: Five-speed SADEV gearbox with a limited-slip differential

Suspension:  Bos Suspension with three-way adjustment and hydraulic stop

Brakes: 4-piston callipers PFC Brakes

MINI JOHN COOPER WORKS WRC

The Mini John Cooper Works WRC is a World Rally Car debuted by the Mini WRC Team during the 2011 World Rally Championship season.

 

It is the first rally car to bear the Mini label in top-level rallying since the 1960s. The WRC is based on the Mini Countryman and features a direct-injection 1.6 L turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine. The WRC’s engine was developed by BMW Motorsport for use in a variety of motorsport series, including the FIA World Touring Car Championship.

 

Power: 315 PS  TORQUE: 425 Nm


Body: MINI Countryman bodyshell with Prodrive roll cage exceeding FIA regulation


Engine: BMW Motorsport 1,600 cc, direct injection petrol Garrett turbocharger – maximum boost 2.5 bar Dry sump
Transmission: Permanent four wheel drive Gearbox: Xtrac 6-speed sequential


Suspension: Front: Prodrive Öhlins Macpherson strut, 3 way adjustable damper


Rear: Prodrive Öhlins Macpherson strut, 3 way adjustable damper


Brakes: Ventilated disc brakes (front diameter 355mm on tarmac)


Wheels: ATS wheels and Michelin tyres Gravel: 15” diameter Tarmac: 18” diameter

MITSUBISHI EVO IX GROUP N

The Lancer Evolution is unique among its competitors in the World Rally Championship in that it was a homologated Group A car slightly modified to be able to race competitively against the then newly formed World Rally Car (WRC) regulations from the 1997 season.

 

Mitsubishi continued to adhere to Group A regulations until the San Remo Rally in 2001, World Rally Car class cars.

 

Power: 300 PS TORQUE: 600 Nm


Body: Steel monocoque CT9A chassis with roll-cage. 4 door saloon bodyshell


Engine: Dual overhead camshafts (DOHC) with MIVEC

variable valve timing, 4 valves / cyl – 16 valves total aspiration, 1 x TD05-16G turbocharger with 32mm turbo restrictor


Transmission: 5 speed dog-box transmission

SKODA FABIA RALLY2 EVO

The modernised ŠKODA FABIA, the FABIA Rally2 evo, set off on the rally stages in 2019, having completed thousands of test kilometres on gravel, asphalt, snow and ice.

 

The aim was to develop a car that could take the capabilities of its respected predecessor even further.

 

Within four years, it had won three world championship titles, hundreds of victories in competitions on every continent and had become the world's most successful rally car in its class.

Power: 290 HP @ TORQUE: 425 Nm


Engine: Turbocharged 4-cylinder 1620 cm3, direct injection


Transmission: 5-speed manual sequential gearbox

Suspension: McPherson Front and rear.

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