This is a complete rebuild of Phil Collins's Ford Escort MK2 Rallycar, powered by a 2.5 Millington, this car has a big crash on the Donegal International Rally in 2011 an needed a complete rebuild. At 35 seconds there is photo that did not process properly so sorry about that. Photos were from PCR Facebook page www.facebook.com/philcollinsrallying. Please give me a 'Like' and 'Share' with your friends. There YouTube is www.youtube.com/user/jdattack
best driver of the world
probably one of the best drivers in the world. A Ford Escort rs2000 mk2
driving at the hillclimb in ireland. the driver is Simon Mc Kinley. He
drives a 301Hp powered 2.4l Pinto engine with 16V cylindre head (warrior
head) and only 780kg car weight.
The car is so damn fast that it can compete against formula cars at
Ford Escort Mk II and Mikko Hirvonen
this is classic rally car. in that old days rallying was: doors on front.
sideways. yes it is shame that modern WRC hasnt RWD cars. i read that once
on the champ, legend driver François Delecou, want to drive in his
Porsche and HQ of that champ, didnt know where that car put, which class.
hes talking about http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LRvcobW-LN4&feature=fvw
Fastest Ford Escort Mk1 in the World 1000HP+
This is nothing more than the fastest Escort Mk1 of the World.
It is a Pinto OHC Powered engine with Holset HX50 Hybrid turbo
over 11.000 Rpm and over 1000Hp are possible. 5th gear wheelspin.
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Building Mk2 Escort rally cars
Past Wyedean Rally winner Dave Jenkins talks about the Mk2 Ford Escort,
made from 1975 to 1980, and its enduring legacy in rallying.
The video coincides with the first Escort Dave Jenkins Motorsport has
built, which took a humble one-time economy car and turned it into a
performance machine with a price tag of more than £100,000.
Filmed and edited by Nial Anderson.