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Posted: Sep 26, 2019 @ 09:02 am GMT-0600
Updated: Feb 13, 2023 @ 10:52 am GMT-0600
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Homologated in 1996, the Seat Ibiza Kit Car was highly successful in the F2 class, and was the most successful car of its type internationally, winning the Rally Cup F2 in 96, 97 and 99. Being a kit car it relied on its light weight and punchy 2.0L engine, with drivers having to control its aggressive torque-steer.

Max Power: 270 bhp
Max Weight: 960 kg
Engine: 1994 cc, 4 cylinders, Naturally-Aspirated
Gearbox: 6 Speed – Manual Sequential
Drivetrain: FWD

Introduced in 1995, the Peugeot 306 Maxi is a front wheel drive monster. It’s important to be wary of torque-steer in this car, with the 1998cc engine sending all 280hp to the front wheels. this car was and still is a common sight in the French rally scene.

Max Power: 300 bhp
Max Weight: 960 kg
Engine: 1998 cc, 4 cylinders, naturally-Aspirated
Gearbox: 6 Speed – Manual Sequential
Drivetrain: FWD

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