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GP Week : Issue 18
Skoda Auto used the occasion of the Bohemia Rally, Czech republic’s second major rally which is hosted at the car manufacturers’s premises at Mlada Boleslav, to show their latest rally car in public for the first time. The company confirmed that test driving work to date has been carried out primarily by Jan Kopecky, Sebastian Lindholm and Raimund Baumschlager, and once by Carlos Sainz. Statistics released by the company indicate that the Fabia-based car will be of middle-of-the-range chassis dimensions, bigger than the VW and Proton, similar to the MG and smaller than the Fiat, Toyota and Peugeot. Skoda Shows its Super 2000 Images used in GPWEEK are shot by the photo-artists at Sutton Images. Posters available of any shot – CLICK HERE for more information Interested in Aussie V8 Supercars? CLICK HERE to access Australasian Motorsport e News ... FIA homologation of Proton’s new Neo Satria Super 2000 is now to be issued on August 1. Plans for the papers to be issued on July 1 were deferred, due to new gear ratios being made available by Xtrac, the official control transmission supplier for this model. Chris Mellors, director of the project, explained: “The FIA suggested we did this as we are not envisaging running the car in competition until August or September. So far testing has been restricted to system checks, now serious development testing will begin.” Mellors has declined to confirm when the model’s debut will take place, or who will be responsible for this work, only that “the driver will be one of the various people who are interested to rally this car.” Proton’s Super 2000 delayed WRC news >> 17