S2000 Proton Satria Neo Race Car Specification

Super 2000, also known as S2000, is an FIA specification and classification for production based race cars. The specification is split to cover both rally and touring car racing. Super 2000 rally cars are also permitted to compete in Production World Rally Championship events alongside Group N cars.

The goal of the Super 2000 classification is to allow more manufacturers and privateers to race by reducing the cost of a competitive car. The World Rally Championship currently has two manufacturers fielding teams, while private teams rely on older cars from current manufacturers or from "works" teams that have left the WRC, such as Subaru, Škoda, or Mitsubishi. The World Touring Car Championship currently has four manufacturers competing, these being BMW, SEAT, Chevrolet and Lada with independent teams generally using older cars from previous seasons.

In order to cut costs & shorten development time, the Super 2000 rally cars originally used a common control gearbox & drivetrain made by a French company, Sadev. The FIA has since announced that Xtrac and Ricardo Consulting Engineers will be allowed to also manufacture S2000 gearboxes to FIA specification. This is to further cut costs by introducing competition into gearbox supply.

This new formula has already started to bear fruit, especially in the Intercontinental Rally Challenge, already known as the premiere Rally Championship for S2000 cars, with 7 manufacturers already registered and competing. They are, Honda, Peuqeot, Mitsubishi, PROTON, FIAT, Skoda and Volkswagen.


Features:The Car

Based on the Proton Satria Neo, the Proton Super 2000 Rally Car has been constructed to conform with the latest FIA homologation specifications. The car can be supplied to either tarmac or gravel specification as required.


The existing Satria Neo bodyshell is extensively modified to accept the S2000 components including the 4 wheel drive system. It is then strengthened considerably to comply with FIA regulations by fitting a safety roll cage using 35 metres of Chromoly Steel Tube.


The engine is based on the Waja 1.8 engine with racing internals and increasing the capacity to 1998cc, which is positioned transversely and producing a power output of 278bhp at 7600 rpm.


The transmission is a four wheel drive system specifically developed by Xtrac for S2000, using a 6 speed sequential gearbox with 3 plated limited slip differentials, and handbrake release system.


The Brake callipers are Alcon 4 piston calipers front and rear. The front discs are 350mm for the tarmac version and 300mm for the gravel version. The rear discs are identical for both specifications.

Electrical System

The car features a GEMS integral engine ECU and power management system with data logging and glass dash display.


The suspension is MacPherson strut and wishbone design using Dynamics dampers. Anti Roll bars front and rear.


The car is fitted with 8 x 18 inch alloy wheels for tarmac and 6.5 X 15 inch alloy wheels for gravel


1150 Kg for the tarmac version and 1200 Kg for the gravel version

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