Born on 14.06.1999 in Budapest / Hungary
Born on 24.07.1976 in Porto / Portugal
HONDA CIVIC FK7 TCR
EngineTransverse mounted, 2-litre turbocharged engine with direct injection, approx. 340hp Plastic duct for engine water radiator and intercoolerMagneti Marelli ECU and Motec data acquisition system
TransmissionHydraulic paddle shift operated, 6-speed sequential gearbox with external preload adjustmentMulti-disc sinter metallic clutchTripod-CV joint heavy duty driveshafts
BrakingFront 6 pistons monolitic calipers - 380 mm steel ventilated discsRear 2 pistons monolitic calipers - 258mm steel discsPagid Racing brake pads in front & rearFloor mounted pedal box with remote Bias and limiter
SuspensionFront McPherson strut, coil springs, adjustable anti-roll bar 3 positionsRear Multilink, coil springs, adjustable anti-roll bar 3 positionsgas-filled Öhlins TTX Dampers
WheelsO.Z. Racing Honda specific 10”x18” rims
ChassisMSA certified welded cage with lifting devicesComposite wide body kit for Honda Civic FK7 Hatchback, 5 doors
InteriorRecaro race seats and 6-point HANS compatible harnessesLifeline fire extinguisher system100-litre fuel tank with endurance refueling capabilityElectrical power assisted rack and pinion
DimensionsLength: 4,721mmWidth: 1,950mmWheel base: 2,700mm
Minimum weight1,265kg (including driver, complying with TCR regulations)
€ 130.000,00 net
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The Honda Civic Type R TCR will race in the WTCR - FIA World Touring Car Cup for a fifth-consecutive season in 2022, with LIQUI MOLY Team Engstler the first of two teams confirmed to campaign the model in the series.
Engstler Motorsport has ended the 2021 WTCR – FIA World Touring Car Cup season on a high, with Jean-Karl Vernay finishing third in the drivers’ standings and Luca Engstler securing the Junior Driver title at the final round of the year, Race of Russia.