All those present at the launch of the Supercopa SEAT León in France, during the Easter weekend on the Nogaro circuit, agreed that it was a great success, helped by a couple of thrilling races. (continue reading…)
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After achieving all aims set in the World Touring Car Championship, SEAT has newly orientated its motor sports activities for 2010. The Spanish brand will no longer compete with its official team in the World Touring Car Championship (WTCC). SEAT Sport will focus its activities on customer sports in different championships, ranging from the Independent class participants in the World Touring Car Championship to different national championships. Further focus lies on the SEAT León Eurocup and the Supercopa SEAT León that will take place in even more countries in 2010. (continue reading…)
The guys over at CrankandPiston.com are back at it and getting their Golf GTI up to speed, literally. Phil and the team were down on this area during the first UAE Touring Car Championship race choosing to run stock drive line due to budget constraints and a desire to see just how fast they could make the car go by playing with the chassis.
As you can imagine though, going heads up with SEAT Supercopa’s with stock performance was never going to be enough. So after the first race where they were left behind they decided that selling up was the route to take. However after a bit of thought out went the initial idea of selling the Golf to buy a SEAT and in came power and some other chassis changes.
Now we love the SEAT Supercopas but after talking to Phil, we are happier they stayed with the GTI and are moving forward with development on it.
Head over to CrankandPiston.com for the complete article and pics!