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Author Topic: Who'd thought there was car racing behind Iron Curtain in USSR  (Read 793 times)

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Much like F1 the cars in Formula Easter were single seat open wheel racers, nearly all individual construction with limits on engine cc - albeit just 1300.  :swoon: 

Some managed to get over 110bhp from the Lada lump that they all used.  :good:
« Last Edit: April 13, 2020, 06:34:56 PM by John S »

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Re: Who'd thought there was car racing behind Iron Curtain in USSR
« Reply #1 on: April 14, 2020, 02:53:25 PM »
Gearheads (Petrolheads across the pond) are everywhere, and we will build something to race!  :yahoo:

It reminds me of the early days of Formula Junior, when they were using BMC A-series, Fiat 1100 and SAAB two cycle engines along with production based running gear.
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