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Old 7 Sep 2017, 16:35 (Ref:3765207)   #16
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Uruguayan Superturismo has spec Cosworth engines. It's been very succesful.



Based on the models it's in the same league as TC Lights.
How many bhp have these Uruguayan cars?
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Old 7 Sep 2017, 16:41 (Ref:3765210)   #17
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Not sure that fills me with great confidence. The technical ruleset sounds interesting and I think that there is a need for a secondary category to TCR, especially for regions like Benelux and the Iberian Peninsula, but motorsport is all about momentum - people will only invest in a series if it has a certain "hipness" to it.

Having just failed to put together a sufficient grid for the last series he was involved in, Mayer definitely does not have that. Things would look much better if the ADAC and Engstler officially endorsed TC-Light as their junior category or even had a hand in promoting it.

What makes things worse is that there really isn't another place to run these cars in case the series is a failure, so teams might be stranded with 50kÄ (just a guess) race cars and no place to race them.
I don't know this Meyer but the man/woman in charge can make or break a series.

Is Mr "Bastuck" also involved?
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Old 8 Sep 2017, 13:26 (Ref:3765433)   #19
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The Uruguayan Superturismo engines are 2.0L naturally aspirated, with a maximum output of 220 hp and a 8000 rpm rev limiter. They have 6-speed sequential gearboxes. They weight 1020 kg, but may get up to 80 kg of success ballast.

There's a new secondary class to debut this weekend, with engines detuned to 190 hp.
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Old 14 Sep 2017, 12:45 (Ref:3766809)   #20
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Looks like it's being introduced in 2018 then.
https://www.touringcartimes.com/2017...oduction-2018/
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Old 15 Sep 2017, 16:14 (Ref:3767150)   #22
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Engine: Nissan-MR16DDT
Gearbox: Sadev ST82-17

Both is from the Renault Clio Cup.
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Old 16 Sep 2017, 07:05 (Ref:3767314)   #23
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Engine: Nissan-MR16DDT
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Both is from the Renault Clio Cup.
Hmm.... so it'll basically be a multi-shell Clio Cup and probably a bit more expensive since you need to build your own car.

On the plus side - it's a tried and tested package.
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Hmm.... so it'll basically be a multi-shell Clio Cup and probably a bit more expensive since you need to build your own car.

On the plus side - it's a tried and tested package.
It looks like.
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