This 420kg Monster Is Among The Strangest Modern Racing Automobiles You’ll Ever See

The BRC BR53 is a very light racing cars and truck powered by a turbocharged Suzuki motorcycle engine

Racing vehicles are everything about function over type, however frequently, it so occurs that aerodynamic purposefulness leads to something good looking. The automobiles you see here, on the other hand, are rather strange to the eye on very first assessment.

The red one is a BRC (Bango Racing Cars) BR53, while the other is a Silver Car EF10 The BRC is probably the complete stranger of the 2, with a round cockpit towering above some low-slung bodywork which is similar to what you may discover on something like a Radical

Image via Bango Racing Cars

Image through Bango Racing Cars

Its curious appearances are moot, as it has the characteristics that matter for a vehicle constructed to complete – the BR53 is light, effective and incredibly capable. It includes a nine-piece fibreglass body cladding a steel area frame structure, producing an automobile that weighs a piffling 420 kg.

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Like the Silver Car EF10, which likewise originates from a Spanish business, the BR53 draws power from a turbocharged Suzuki inline-four motorcycle engine. The outcome is around 420 bhp, producing a 1:1 power to weight ratio. Suspension is of the inboard range, and at each corner is a small 13- inch wheel using a slick tire.

This 420kg Beast Is One Of The Strangest Modern Racing Cars You'll Ever See - Motorsport

As seen in this brand-new video from YouTuber 19 Bozzy92 including video footage shot a couple of years back at the FIA Hillclimb Masters race in Gubbio, Italy, both the BRC and the Silver Car are each tremendously quick in the right-hand men.

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