A competitor in the
Mini Se7en challenge since 1997 these race cars are capable of getting
from 0 to 60 mph in approximately 5.5 seconds. During racing they
can reach speeds of 120 mph - all that from a 1000cc engine with
a basic design conceived 40 years ago.
"Leading the pack at the
- Thruxton '97
Modifications using the latest technology,
Carbon Fibre and Titanium are used in some areas of the car helping
to keep the weight close to half a metric ton as well as ensuring
great safety to the driver.
2001 Race Calendar
The engine is allowed to be lightened,
balanced and given a modified cylinder head.
"In the thick
- Donnington '99,
Mini Se7en Challenge