|The rally car:
is a seem-factory Skoda 130 LR, which means that all components
are manufactured in the Czech Republic and later assembled in a
workshop in Denmark. In 1986 the car was registered for the
first time and was rebuilt to rally car in 1989. The car is
built according to the homologation certificate, which the
factory defines, for the cars used for rally. It takes
approximately 600 hours to build the car - after that it is
ready for the first test drive. Hereafter hours of work are
spent, adjusting breaks, steering angels, and suspension, or
little things, which occur all the time. In 1995 the car was
totally segregated and the search for surplus weight began.
Everything was weighed and each part found too heavy was
replaced with better and lighter materials.
is built with help from Aspekta Holding in Plzen, Czech
It is a 4-cylinder engine of 1298 ccm. with one carburettor. The
engine generates 127 bhp. at 8200 rp/m.
is a 5-step close-ratio without differential-lock. Jiri
Pertlizek builds it according to the choice of gear we need in
Denmark. It is very low geared allowing us the best uptake as
possible. Our car is in the heavy end of the scale. Fully
equipped it weighs 925 kilo which, in our class, is a lot. For
that reason we need to minimise the weight as much as possible.
In the 0 – 1400 ccm. Class it is too much with a weight of
7,28 kilos per bhp. This makes it necessary to drive
aggressively, also at the more dangerous places where you can
make up for lost time.
are ventilated brake disks at the front wheels and brake drums
at the rear wheels. However, the diameter of the brake pistons
is bigger than normally.
is developed by Sachs in Schweinfurt, Germany. It is designed
for our use and is suited for our driving manners, making it
unnecessary to watch out for the big holes in the road.
|| the Car is fully
equipped, as we take no chances. All the time, the international
motor sport league in Paris, FIA makes new safety regulations
for our cars. Of course, this is done to prevent the drivers
from getting injured in case of an accident. FIA technicians in
Denmark, as well as Sweden, Germany, Slovenia, and Lithuania
have checked our Car. Every time the car was checked it was
found OK and without remarks.
engine with carburettor
bhp at 8200 rp/m
– 200 km/h depending on gearing.
brake disks at front wheels and brake drums at rear
x 13" of aluminium.
depending on ground.