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493,029,5632010-01-24 05:01:53 +0000 #1
WRC racing are What are the requirements?
snowmount2010-01-24 05:05:58 +0000 #2
World Rally racing is a 4-cylinder 2.0-liter production based on the modified model from, though they look and you saw in the dealer showrooms in the same, in fact, they are almost All the places are different. Prices are also quite different - the price of a WRC car at 100 million per year - this does not include spare parts. A set of tires for the race can be used only to enable about 100 kilometers, but after every two races, but also a motivation and gearbox used to renovate the expenditure.

FIA regulations: WRC cars must use a standard production vehicle body. WRC in use when the body mass production would have removed all the appendages only metal frame, and the spot where all the re-seam welding. In order to reduce weight, the body of all the extra brackets and fixed panels must be removed, while also installing steel pipe manufactured in roll cage. After about 700 hours, after modification, a much stronger than that converted before the tough new cars produced. Most of the WRC cars can support the equivalent of 10 average car weight. FIA requires that all of the WRC engine air inlet throttle installation specifications can not be larger than 34mm, this requirement to limit the car's power within the 300 force. Engine block and cylinder heads must be a standard civilian vehicle parts, but be able to crankshaft, connecting rod, piston, cylinder liner, valve and cam be improved. The car is equipped with the standard turbo can advance 4-5 bar (pressure unit) of air pressure - In comparison, the ordinary civilian vehicles only up to 1 bar pressure - the car also installed a time-delay system, this system allows Turbochargers can be released from the start-start the largest propulsion. All of these changes are brought about tremendous torque - 700 Newton. M - and the Ferrari Enzo (Ferrari Enzo) the same torque.

All the WRC cars have adopted the four-wheel drive mode, equipped with a 6-speed semi-automatic gearbox. By the electronic control system allows drivers to shift without the clutch in the case of the time shift with the 1/400 seconds, the speed and the same as F1 racing. Many cars also used the F1 type of grid control systems, as far as possible to improve the speed of the grid. Racing clutch installed, but the drivers generally only at the starting time will be used.

In the WRC car which has no interior - only the exposed metal, as well as racing and the two carbon-fiber custom pilot seat. There is no extra space behind the car - steel roll cage to do the space occupied the rear - the car which is also very crowded, because all the cars need to carry things, such as fire extinguishers, tool kits and spare tire had been fixed on the floor - or beneath the car - which makes the whole car, but the low center of gravity as much as possible.

Rally rules allow the use of tail, as well as other areas that you do not see in the civilian vehicle aerodynamic components. These designs use the airflow around the car to cool mechanical components - such as engines and brakes - also used the air to keep the car's grip - or jump in the car when the stable.

No matter how the road conditions, the modified vehicle can be started in three seconds and accelerate to 60 miles / hour (approximately equivalent to 100 km / h) - familiar with the performance of the car in racing condition - the car can also be narrow The gravel road surface to 200 km / hour speed from skid and off between two trees, and to ensure that racing at this speed is still under the complete control of the car.

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