Alpine A110 Rally: sporty two-wheel-drive intended for computers, and private pilots

The four generations of Alpine, to the test Designed and developed by Signatech on the basis of the general framework defined by Alpine, the version rally Alpi

Alpine A110 Rally: sporty two-wheel-drive intended for computers, and private pilots
The four generations of Alpine, to the test

Designed and developed by Signatech on the basis of the general framework defined by Alpine, the version rally Alpine A110 has the aluminium chassis lightweight and agile of the Alpine A110 GT4 and Cup, derived from the series model.

The chassis he has benefited from additional modifications to to respond to all the specific details of your future field of play. Among others, we find suspensions three-way with hydraulic bottom-out, new Brembo brakes, and security elements specific to the discipline of the rallies, like a bow safety integral FIA-approved seats and bucket Sabelt harness six points.

Associated to a gearbox sequential six gears (plus reverse) and the limited-slip differential, the engine is 4 cylinder turbo 1.8 liter from the series has been counted equally with a treatment specifically adapted to the rally. In addition to a special work in the torque curve, the power has risen to more than 300 horses.

After a tryout production in the circuit of Lurcy-Lévis, the Alpine A110 Rally has begun an intensive programme of development, specifically, Emmanuel Guigou , multiple Champion of France of two-wheel drive, and Laurent Pellier , Champion of France Junior in 2015.

Both carried out the majority of the tests of commissioning to verify the reliability of the model and define the set core. In addition, recourse is made to the other riders for the Alpine 110 Rally to be as versatile as possible, easy to handle and driving affordable for professionals , the gentlemen drivers and young talent to exploit their full potential with efficiency and pleasure of driving.

Similarly, Signatech and Alpine are working to get a homologation FIA R-GT, whose process is still ongoing with the collaboration of the French Federation of Automobile Sport. This process will be completed in the next few weeks and will open the way to commercialization and further to the delivery of the first copies of Alpine A110 Rally at the beginning of 2020 , date set for its competition debut.

Updated Date: 12 September 2019, 21:01

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