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K1A Development Racing
Hwa Motor Company are pleased to announce a partnership with K1A Development Racing in developing the Vigil Sedan into a competitor for the Top class of ARXL, due to taking the entry formerly held by SRS-ANA Racing.
We are also pleased to announce 27 year old Mongasque Native, Marie-Claire Allemand will drive the number 707 car through the season.
Out of curiousity…what 0-60 is deemed OK?
I think the limit is a bit under 3 seconds.
- The Chassis Production Units/Engineering Time I am looking at comes from here:
- There is no limit for lips, spoilers or wings; just a downforce limit.
There is no limit, but under 3 seconds to 60 is where you want to be.
I meant more, I’ve never seen much below 3 seconds as possible.
Just a friendly reminder to everyone sending in their submissions:
When you send in your car, regardless of class, I need you to send in your team name, your preferred number and your team’s country of origin along with the .car file.
Mobile chicane incoming!!!
The Franklin Marshall Racing HiWay.
It’s not too slow…and it shouldn’t show us up.
Engine - Turbocharged 2.0L I4
Power - More than I thought I’d get!
Top speed - 120mph…Yes, really!
0-60 - Quick enough…we think…with the wind behind us on a downward hill!
Driver - Jaimz (no second name…a bit like The Stig but without the talent!)
Objectives - No to get in the way…much…
Expectations - Take part in the qualifying rounds…oh, I we get that anyway? Well we’ll try to not be last then.
And yes, it is plain liveried because I’m old and have no concept of being artistic!
It’s here today at a sunny Lydden Hill where we see the reveal of Dominic Andrew-Scott’s freshly liveried Bramhall Vixen VS-R! Kicking out over 550bhp and going 0-60 in under 3 seconds this mad car will hopefully put Andrew-Scott in a good position for the new ARXL League One. It is said that Bramhall are approaching the series with interest, and are using the British Rallycross race winner to test the waters, with his experience in the mixed-surface racing providing a great insight.
Kevin Ryde, the mind who developed the unique shape of the VS-R’s aeroodynamics, spoke out about the work on the car.
“It’s been a pleasure to work on Dom’s new RX car. Having been a long-term user of Bramhall vehicles, running both a historic Mica and his race-winning Gen-6 Vixen, we have made a lot of progress very quickly while taking a mixture of idea from various sources. Our combined experiences have helped to develop, what we feel is, a very competitive package.”
While Dominic Andrew-Scott won’t partake in any BRX rounds this season, he is using the calendar to help continue building his understanding of the ARXL spec rallycross car. His former title rivals will be glad he is gone, as the Vixen appears to easily outpace a lot of the BRX cars running today in the test.