Born on 08.03.2000 in Kempten / Germany
Born on 31.10.1987 in Villeurbanne / France
Hyundai i30 N TCR
Technical Specifications EngineTransverse mounted, 2-litre turbocharged engine with direct injection, intercooledLife Racing ECU and data acquisition systemBMC air induction kit
TransmissionPneumatic paddle shift operated, 6-speed sequential gearbox with external preload adjustmentMulti-disc motorsport clutchMotorsport-specification driveshafts
BrakingFront bespoke Brembo 6-piston monobloc calipers with Ø380mm ventilated brake discsRear 2-piston monobloc calipers with Ø278mm ventilated brake discsPagid brake padsAdjustable pedal box with spherical bearing-mounted Brembo master cylindersGoodridge braided hoses and fittings Steering:Hydraulic steering rack
SuspensionFront McPherson struts with adjustable dampersRear 4-arm multi-link with adjustable dampers
WheelsBraid i30 N TCR specific 10”x18” rims
ChassisHyundai Motorsport-designed lightweight, high-tensile steel roll cageStrengthened production body shell, painted white interior and exteriorBody panels from steel and GFC
InteriorSabelt race seats and 6-point HANS compatible harnessesSabelt 330mm flat steering wheelLifeline fire extinguisher system100-litre fuel tank with endurance refueling capabilityOdyssey PC680 lightweight race battery
DimensionsLength: 4,450mmWidth: 1,950mmWheel base: 2,650mmTrack Width: 1,700mm
Minimum weight1,285kg (including driver, complying with TCR regulations)
€ 128.000,00 net
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