In production three new racing Ford Sierra RS500 Group A

The British racing car and parts manufacturer CNC Motorsport AWS has announced that it will be producing three new Sierra Cosworth RS500 Group A racing cars, in the specifications of Andy Rouse Engineering since 1990.

The three continuation races will be built in collaboration with Andy Rouse Engineering itself and will qualify for historic racing series, such as the Silverstone Classic and the Motor Racing Legends.

Each of the three examples will be built with an original Ford Sierra Cosworth body, the first of which uses a completely unused “909 competition” body, which has been in storage since its construction in the late 80’s. All cars will be accompanied by HTP papers, a modern fuel tank and a roll cage, which will make them ready to participate in races.

These components will be manufactured with the installation of the new components, all made to the original specifications of Andy Rouse Engineering, including the front suspension bases, the exhaust system and the roll cage, manufactured in accordance with Motorsport UK regulations.

Mechanically, the 2.0-liter (1,993 cc) four-cylinder Cosworth YB turbocharged engine will be completely new, based on the original specifications. It will have a Proflex Advanced fuel system and is expected to deliver over 575 hp. It will be mated to a Getrag five-speed manual transmission, powering the rear wheels via a nine-inch differential.

Other elements, such as the instrument panel, the braking system and the special Andy Rouse Engineering construction plate, complete the package, with each of the three cars being delivered to customers in white. The price of each car reaches £ 185,000 (€ 218,400) and of course it will not be legal for use on the road.

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