The Vehicles

Ford GT

 

Engine:
  • Roush Yates 5.3 Litre V8
  • Normally aspirated

Transmission:

  • Rear-wheel-drive
  • 6-speed Hewland NLT sequential gearbox with LSD, paddle-shift
Other:
  • Bilstein 2-way adjustable dampers
  • Single profile rear wing, closed flat bottom with front splitter and rear diffuser.
  • Bosch MS 5.0 ECU with traction control
  • Bosch MS4 ABS
  • Motec ADL data acquisition system
  • Steel disc brakes
  • Driver-activated air conditioning with axle-driven compressor
Dimensions
  • Minimum weight: 1200 kg
  • Length: 4660 mm
  • Front track: 1680 mm
  • Rear track: 1630 mm

 

 

 Notable Achievements:

  • Watch this space!

 

 

Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera GT3 - Australian GT Cup Car

Engine:
  • Lamborghini 07L1
  • 90-degree 5000cc V10 engine
  • Mid-mounted, double overhead cam (DOHC), chain-driven with four valves per cylinder
  • 393 kW at 7800 rpm
  • 510 Nm at 4500 rpm
  • Max revs – 8250

Transmission:

  • Rear-wheel-drive
  • 6-speed sequential gearbox
Other:
  • Front and rear Suspension: Independent axles with double-wishbone, coil springs, shock-absorbers with gas tank (KW)
  • Front Brakes: 8 cylinders per caliper
  • Rear Brakes: 4 cylinders per caliper
  • Front and Rear Tyres: 30/65-18
Dimensions
  • Minimum weight: 1292 kg
  • Length: 4340 mm
  • Width: 1930 mm
  • Wheelbase: 2560 mm
  • Material of chassis: aluminium

 Notable Achievements:

  • 2011 Australian GT Championship Round 3 Eastern Creek - pole position.
  • 2011 Australian GT Championship Round 4 Townsville - first place in Race 2, lap record and third overall.
  • 2011 Australian GT Championship Round 6 Bathurst - third place in Race 2,

 

Lamborghini Gallardo Superleggera "Type R" Tarmac Rally Car

Notable Achievements:

  • Targa High Country 2010 - first place overall
  • 2010 ASP Rally - first place overall
  • Targa Tasmania 2008 – several stage wins, ran second outright until suffering a puncture.
  • Targa Tasmania 2009- Wins on day 3 and 4 along with new stage records, leading event outright with 4 stages to go.
  • Targa West 2008 – third place overall.
  • Mt Bulla 2008 Outright record (fastest car ever to complete MT Bulla Course)

This car has been modelled and settings calculated to optimise the handling for tarmac rally events. The engine has been blueprinted, and the ECU uses F1 technology for maximum performance.

 

Porsche 911 RS Historic Tarmac Rally Car

Notable Achievements:

  • Supaloc Classic Targa Adelaide 2011 - dominant overall victory in the event, running on the Supashock Suspension for the first time.
  • Classic Adelaide 2007 – dominant victory in the event, recognised as the world’s most competitive classic tarmac rally, with over 300 Australian and international competitors.
  • Classic Adelaide 2008-Winner again back to back victories in a Dynamic Display in Wet and dry conditions. New stage records.

The suspension features Supaloc Racing dampers, roll-cage and chassis developments / simulation.

 

Mitsubishi EVO VIII M2 Tarmac Rally Car

Notable Achievements:

  • 2010 ASP Rally - second outright
  • 2009 South Australian Tarmac Championship
  • The suspension features Supaloc Racing Dampers with the engine management system developed to take advantage of CSR’s E85 ethanol based racing fuel.

Rally Event Photos

Supaloc Race Technology