T-Cars were launched in 1999 to encourage young drivers into motorsport.
The class caters for drivers of ages 14, 15 and 16. On reaching
17 the youngsters have to 'retire' from the class and move onto
a senior formula.
To read more about the philosphy behind the T-Car concept
|| Full spaceframe construction, steel floor, steel tunnel, steel
front and rear bulkheads. Alloy interior tidy panels
|| Fourteen chassis-mounted GRP reinforced body panels.
|| Vauxhall 1600cc 16-valve; twin 45 DCOE/SP Weber carburettors;
maximum output 130bhp at 6500rpm
| Front Suspension:
|| Single bottom wishbone with anti-dive facility; MacPherson front
legs mounted to aluminium top mounting with caster adjustment
| Rear Suspension:
|| Adjustable coil over shock absorber, 2.25in control race springs.
Independent rear system using a standard differential
|| Front, 286mm x 25mm vented discs, cast single-pot floating calipers.
Rear, 243mm x 11mm solid discs, cast single-pot fully floating caliper.
Adjustable chassis-mounted pedal box operating dual braking system
using control pads
|| Five-speed gearbox mounted to aluminium bellhousing; standard
|| 7in aluminium one-piece, four-stud mounting
|| Avon ACB10 22x15x7 control race tyres
| Minimum weight:
|| 910kg including driver
Provisional BRSCC T-Cars Championship : Regulations 2003.
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(MS Word format - 299 Kb)
Please contact BRSCC T-Cars Championship Co-ordinator;
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