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Author Topic: McLaren F1 inspired kit car  (Read 2057 times)

Offline Wizzo

McLaren F1 inspired kit car
« on: September 13, 2006, 08:20:55 AM »

DDR Motorsport will help you get just a little closer to your dream ride for less than $24 grand. Plus a donor Gen II MR2 Turbo. The idea here is that the basic running gear of the ‘90-’96 MR2 is fairly stout, but the chassis could use some beefing up. So the DDR team of racer Diego Grullón and master craftsman Juan Ovalle teamed up with Trans Am car builder Kerry Hitt of ACP Motorsports, to build a unique chassis that would incorporate the MR2 mechanicals and make it an affordable supercar.

The resulting DDR SP4 will be available in kit form for around $23,700 depending on options. A list of assemblers will also be available soon for those who just want to get in and drive. The finished product should be something like the recently debuted Lotus Europa S - 2200 lbs, 200-260 hp 2.0-liter turbo 4, and awesome handling. And with bodywork that makes it look like a cross between a McLaren and a JGTC racecar, it might just be more of a looker than the Lotus. And if that isn’t enough power for you, the next project, the SP8, is going to use a Corvette LS-1 V-8 with as much as twice the power as the SP4 at a promised gain of only 100 pounds.

More pics and details can be found at the DDR Motorsports website.

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