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What is the Ford Puma rally1?

The Ford Puma Rally1 is a Rally1 car built by the M-Sport Ford World Rally Team that is set to use in the World Rally Championship starting in 2022. It is based upon the road car version of Ford Puma crossover, and was developed for the purpose of replacing the Ford Fiesta WRC, which competed between 2017 and 2021.

What is the new Puma WRC hybrid?

The new Puma Hybrid will compete in the FIA World Rally Championship from 2022, under its new Rally1 regulations formula mandating plug-in hybrid powertrains and sustainable fuels. Engineered in conjunction with British motorsport engineering firm M-Sport, the Puma WRC cars will be built at M-Sport’s Cumbria base.

What is a Puma Racing Puma?

The Ford Racing Puma was the name eventually given to Fords concept Puma, the Puma ST160 Concept, which was first unveiled to the public at the 1999 Geneva Motor Show.

How does the Puma WRC handle mud?

While it’s undramatic here at smooth-surfaced Goodwood, where the Puma WRC simply grips and goes, when the boost heaves in on slippery mud it’s a little bit more wild, Matthew says…

Is this the new Puma rally1 rally car?

COLOGNE, Germany - The M-Sport Ford World Rally Team (WRT) today revealed for the first time a prototype of the new Puma Rally1 rally car that will help usher in an exciting new era of electrified competition in the FIA World Rally Championship (WRC) from 2022.

What is the M-Sport Ford Puma hybrid rally1?

It is based upon the road car version of Ford Puma crossover, and was developed for the purpose of replacing the Ford Fiesta WRC, which competed between 2017 and 2021. The car was revealed at the 2021 Goodwood Festival of Speed. * Season still in progress. ^ M-Sport Ford Puma Hybrid Rally1.

What is Ford’s New World Rally Car?

Engineered in conjunction with British motorsport engineering firm M-Sport, the Puma WRC cars will be built at M-Sport’s Cumbria base. So Ford’s new World Rally car is a Puma, not a Fiesta?

What is the new Puma WRC hybrid?

The new Puma Hybrid will compete in the FIA World Rally Championship from 2022, under its new Rally1 regulations formula mandating plug-in hybrid powertrains and sustainable fuels. Engineered in conjunction with British motorsport engineering firm M-Sport, the Puma WRC cars will be built at M-Sport’s Cumbria base.

What was the Racing Puma like to race?

The Racing Puma – though similar in body style to privateer Puma rally cars – never technically raced. And while its body was significantly pumped-up over standard, it used the same 1.7-litre engine as standard Pumas, with only the lightest of upgrades. It also didn’t do particularly well.

Who does Puma work with?

Since decades PUMA is only working with the best teams in motorsport constantly improving and pushing to achieve high performance racing products. Within Formula One we are working with Scuderia Ferrari, Mercedes-AMG Petronas Formula One Team and Aston Martin Red Bull Racing.

Is the Racing Puma the fastest Ford ever?

There have been many fast Fords, but we’d argue this is the oddest of the bunch. The Racing Puma – though similar in body style to privateer Puma rally cars – never technically raced. And while its body was significantly pumped-up over standard, it used the same 1.7-litre engine as standard Pumas, with only the lightest of upgrades.

How big are the wheels on a Ford Racing Puma?

They came with 15-inch (380 mm) alloy wheels as standard, (although the Ford Racing Puma was equipped with 17-inch (430 mm) alloy wheels), with front disc and rear drum brakes .

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