Peugeot 306 Maxi Kit Car Amazing Sound
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The rally Kit cars were FWD cars derived from models of Gruop A (A0, A7,
A6). The engine modifications were more permissive than the one granted in
the Group A.
The Kit cars were setted up by the FIA in 1995 by creating a new
rally class called F2.
Especially in races on asphalt they could rely on the greater lightness and
agility and not suffered from the absence of all-wheel drive, so that in
the WRC they were able to afford a 2nd place in the Rally of Corsica in
1998 (a Peugeot 306 Maxi) and two wins of a Citroen Xsara Kit Car (drove by
the famous Philippe Bulgaski) in the Rally of Corsica and Catalunya in
The Peugeot 306 Maxi was moved by a naturally aspirated 2.0L 4 cylinder in
line engine which was able to produce a power of 275 bhp at 8700 rpm. The
car weight was just of 960 kg.
Camcorder: Canon Legria HF M46 + Canon DM-100 Microphone
Event: Ronde di Brescia 2012 & Rally Franciacorta Circuit 2013
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Peugeot 306 Maxi Kit Car - Pure Sounds with Panizzi & Delecour
Pure Peugeot 306 Maxi Kit Car with Gilles Panizzi and Francois Delecour -
pure engine sounds.
Kit Car Rally cars were two-wheel drive divided into 3 groups (K9, K10 and
K11) derived from models of Group A and protagonists in the second half of
the nineties. This regulation applied mainly to classes A6 and A7 and the
development of the engine was much more lenient than those given in Group
A, but the main feature of these cars was the body with much widened wheel
arches, air vents on the bonnet , front spoiler and rear wing that gave
them a much more aggressive and more grip due to the increase in roadways.