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Tuesday, March 1, 2016

The most bizarre Racing cars in the World

The racing cars are one of the ways of the automotive manufacturers to show that they have achieved success. Call it a Honda, Ferrari to Mercedes Benz and another auto makers that always involved in the various race events in the world.

Those automotive manufacturers are always improving and updating their engines that can go the fastest on the tarmac at the racing event. And the racing event was also used as means of promotion to sell their cars.
Hydrogen-powered Le Mans racer named GreenGT H2. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1XXGFt)
If you often watch the racing events, and you must have known the form of a racing car. However, have you ever see a racing car that is designed with a unique shape and strange? If not, let's see and read the review below.

1. Italcorsa Tarf II
The most bizarre racing car is Italcorsa Tarf II. This racing car used the Ferrari 246 Dino engine, ie a V6 DOHC 2,418 cc with three twin-choke carburetors and Rover gearbox.
1951 Italcorsa Tarf II. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1XX9Qu)
Italcorsa Tarf II is a strange racing car because it has two parts, and also got the fitting nickname 'Bisiluro' (twin torpedo in Italian). The first section on the left is devoted to the driver to be more free driving. The second part is on the right is the engine of the car. Though odd-shaped, this car had been won seven speed record between 1951 and 1952.

2. Chaparral 2H
The racing car if it has wings on the back looks very cool. But what if the wings are in the middle of the car body and its size is exaggerated? Can it reach a maximum speed?
1969 Chaparral 2H. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1XXABK)
Such is the form of Chaparral 2H racing car that has big wing in the middle of the body and got the nickname 'The White Whale'. Because of its odd shape, the car created around 1970 was not sold on the market. 

3. March 711
At the Formula 1 racing season in 1971, March Engineering teams was design a very strange racing car. An unusual thing fitted in the nose of the car there is a very large wing. They called the wing on the nose with the name Spitfire.
1971 March 711. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1XXBhM)
With an odd nose design, the team never been stand on the podium. The large strange wings in the nose makes the car slow.

4. BMW H2R
On October 11, 2005, BMW introduced the most bizarre racing cars ever, named BMW H2R. This racing car is very long and painted silver. When carefully considered, BMW H2R more like cucumber.
2004 BMW H2R. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1XXCHe)
The car is equipped with a 6,000 cc V12 engine that has a maximum speed reached up to 301.95 km/h.

5. GreenGT H2
According to an Internet, somewhere, the Hammerhead shark has a disproportionately small mouth and does a lot of 'bottom-hunting'. What you see below isn’t a Hammerhead shark, but a Le Mans racer that looks an awful lot like one. Hydrogen power will always be odd, but this one must be the strangest hydrogen-powered car of all.
2013 GreenGT H2. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1XXFYY)
It’s called the GreenGT H2, and is a hydrogen-electric hybrid racer set by Garage 56 for the 2013 Le Mans endurace race, but failed to make the first hurdle, withdrawing ahead of the test day. Many in the paddock were concerned that the car was dangerous with its exposed hydrogen tanks, but the team claimed that the car was perfectly safe. What..?

6. Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Festiva Upside Down
Have you ever seen the car in reverse participated in the racing event? If not, you should see these cars designed by Jeff Bloch of SpeedyCop. No half-hearted, he created two overturned racing cars, the Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Festiva Upside Down.
Chevrolet Camaro and Ford Festiva Upside Down. (Picture from: http://adf.ly/1XXCm8)
As reported by Autoblog, the car was used in the LeMons racing season is a Ford Festiva that has been modified with no roof, while the Chevy Camaro is made in such a way complete with tires and lower drive portion fitted into as an additional casing in inverted position. *** [EKA | FROM VARIOUS SOURCES]
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