2003-2005 Multimatic Ford Focus Daytona Prototype

2003-2005 Multimatic Ford Focus Daytona Prototype

With technical support from Ford Racing Technology, viagra Multimatic Motorsports designed and manufactured the Multimatic Ford Focus Daytona Prototype. The car was powered by a Ford Modular V8 prepared by Robert Yates Racing and producing 500 horsepower. The Multimatic Motorsports-run Ford Focus Daytona Prototype won the inaugural race of the new Grand-Am Daytona Prototype class at the Rolex 24 Hours at Daytona in 2003.

ENGINE
Type : Ford 5.0L, 32v modular V8 prepared by Robert Yates Racing
Power : 500 hp.
Torque : 400+ lb/ft.
CHASSIS
Type : Hybrid steel tube frame with aluminum honeycomb paneling
Performance : 53,000 ft/lbs per degree torsional stiffness
WHEELS
Manufacturer : BBS – 3 piece
Size – Front : 12.5 x 18
Size – Rear : 13 x 18
BRAKES
Front/Rear : AP Racing CP6060 / CP4260 caliper
Master cylinder : AP Racing
STEERING
Steering Rack : Jack Knight rack and pinion
Power Steering : Kayaba electronic
DIMENSIONS
Wheelbase : 2790 mm (109.84 in)
Front Track : 1657 mm (65.23 in)
Rear Track : 1653.5 mm (65.09 in)
Dry Weight : 980kg (2160 lb)
FUEL
Fuel Cell : ATL
Fuel Pumps : Bosch
Pressure Regulator : SX