New elec­tric Ju­nior 1000 car in build by er­ally

Motor Sport News - - Rally News -

The man­u­fac­tur­ers of a new elec­tric rally car are hop­ing to have a ded­i­cated cham­pi­onship by 2018 as de­vel­op­ment work on its Re­nault Zoe pro­gresses.

The Zoe was launched at Coven­try Motofest ear­lier this month and is built to sim­i­lar spec­i­fi­ca­tion as the cur­rent Ju­nior For­mula 1000 cham­pi­onship ve­hi­cles.

The er­ally project co-or­di­na­tor Jean Hay is hope­ful the new car will be com­pet­i­tive against the cur­rent Ju­nior F1000 cars be­fore the se­ries rolls out the er­ally Ju­nior Cham­pi­onship in un­der two years time.

“We got quite a lot of at­ten­tion in Coven­try, the de­but of the Re­nault Zoe,” said Hay.


On each round of the Bri­tish Rally Cham­pi­onship, driv­ers can play their ‘joker’ card, which al­lows them to score dou­ble points on that event, but they can only play the card once. Here are the driv­ers that will score dou­ble points on the RSAC Scot­tish.

David Bogie (BRC 1) Um­berto Ac­conero (DMACK BRC Ju­nior) Chris Wheeler (BRC 3) Tony Simp­son (BRC 4) Lee Hast­ings (Na­tional Rally Cup) Robert Blomberg (Na­tional Rally Cup) Tharique Fazal (Na­tional Rally Cup)

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