The Range Rover Sport SVR delivers outstanding levels of performance and is the fastest of the Land Rover vehicles ever produced.
Its supercharged V8 petrol engine will go from 0-60mph in just 4.5 seconds while delivering 550hp and 680Nm...and you can also fit 16 people on board while driving on two wheels, well if your Terry Grant!
The Range Rover Sport SVR features a strong body structure, utilising an all-aluminium monocoque body shell technology and lightweoght architecture, ideal for anyone wanting to use this vehicle in as part of their stunt display fleet!!
|Engine||LR-V8 5.0 Litre Supercharged Petrol|
|Max Power||550 bhp @ 6,000 rpm|
|Max Torque||502lb-ft @ 2,500-5,500 rpm|
|0-100kph (0-62mph)||4.7 (4.5) secs|
The Jaguar F-Type R Coupe is one of the top sports cars in it’s category in the world today. Powered by Jaguar’s 5.0 V8 550PS Supercharged engine with 680Nm of torque, this car offers a level of performance befitting of the World’s most decorated stunt driver.
With an impressive 0-60mph in just 4.0 seconds and some of the best power-to-weight and torque-to-weight ratios, this is one hell of an addition to the fleet!
|Engine||V8, 5000cc, longitudinal, RWD|
|Max Power||542bhp at 6500rpm|
|Max Torque||502 ft.lbs @ 3500rpm|
|0 to 60||4.2 secs|
|Max Speed||186 mph|
|Gearbox||8 Speed Auto|
One of the more recent models in the new generation of TVRs. In the same way that the Chimaera was engineered to be a more accessible sister to the Griffith, so the Tamora is based on the Tuscan Speed Six, whose platform it shares. The Tamora is growing in popularity due to its style, flair, performance and affordability.
The engine is a 3.6 litre version of TVR's own straight six, pushing out 350 bhp at 7200 rpm giving the car extremely brisk performance. In fact it reaches 60 mph in 4.4 seconds. The Tamora shares the technology of the 4.0 litre Speed Six engine found in the Cerbera and the Tuscan as well as that found in the successful Tuscan R racing car. It does, however, sound different due to an all-new stainless steel and titanium exhaust system.
Handling is benign but involving with double wishbones and coil springs over gas filled shock absorbers and the ride makes it easy to use every day. Brakes are considerable cross drilled and ventilated discs all round with four piston callipers at the front and the front roll cage and door beams are manufactured out of very strong T45 steel. Despite all this hardware, the composite bodywork and weight-saving construction methods means weighs just over 1,000 kg.
|Engine||6-cylinder inline alloy engine with 4 valves per cylinder and dry sump lubrication|
|Max Power||350 bhp @ 7200 rpm|
|Max Torque||290 ft.lbs @ 5500 rpm|
|0 to 60||4.4 secs|
|0 to 100||9.5 secs|
|Max Speed||175 mph|
|Suspension||All round independent - double wishbones and coil over gas dampers assisted by anti-roll bars.|
|Brakes||Front - 304mm ventilated disc brakes with 4 piston alloy callipers|
|Rear - 282 mm ventilated disc brakes with single piston sliding callipers|
|Steering||Power assisted rack and pinion|
|Wheels and Tyres||16 inch aluminium alloy wheels 225/50 ZR16 tyres|
It was in April of 1992 that the first Legends Car was unveiled at the Lowe’s Motor Speedway. The concept of creating a fun and affordable “spec” class of racing for anyone to participate in was born. President and General Manager of LMS, H.A. “Humpy” Wheeler and Elliott Forbes-Robinson, famed road racing champion, designed these 5/8-scale fiberglass full-fendered versions of the famed NASCAR modifieds driven by legendary drivers such as Fireball Roberts, Buck Baker, Curtis Turner, Speedy Thompson and Banjo Matthews.
Since that time, the Legends Cars have become one of the fastest growing segments of motorsports today. With drivers being classified into four different divisions, Legends Cars is THE racing opportunity that is available to anyone! The Pro Division is for the experienced drivers. The Masters Division features drivers 40 years and older. The Semi-Pro Division is the novice class, featuring the drivers that are new to the sport or have been inactive in other forms of racing for a while. Then there is the Young Lions Division which is designated for the drivers between the ages of 12 and 16. Since the car stays the same from division to division, it is the driver that makes the difference!
|Enging||Yamaha 1250cc (sealed)|
|Weight||1300lbs (Terry Included!)|
|Tires||205/13R60 BF Goodrich Comp TA HR4|
|Suspension||Coil Over With Bilstein Shocks|
|Frame||Full Tubeframe With Integral Rollcage|