Hmmm, can you say WRC car? Nonetheless, a sweet ride.
Notice the absence of required sponsor stickers for the ProRally ID package. Also note the improper placement of crew nationality flags. I could probably find more, but I'm saving them for the day I get protested or hassled at tech.
Ummm...well, most WRC teams have customized license plates. Notice it says SRT (Subaru Rally Team). Ford has "RS" is their plates usually. I'm sure they swap them around as needed or created "dummies" for the USA cars.
Yes, I was referring to that picture...The only reason I made the previous comment is that I don't know what the beneifts of those pedal boxes are and to me always seemed like another way to spend some money....so why are they better?
in these imprezas the driver and co-driver are moved back to be closer to the center of gravity on the car so the steereing wheel is extended and it necessetates the use of the custom floor
mounted pedal box. it was either that or stretch the drivers arms and legs!
at least that is what a prodrive tech told me.
>Yes, I was referring to that picture...The only reason I
>made the previous comment is that I don't know what the
>beneifts of those pedal boxes are and to me always seemed
>like another way to spend some money....so why are they
I was just teasing you, I had not seen that photo yet, so I was accusing you of being able to see through the sheet metal:+
The reason for the pedal assembly is also to lower the center of gravity. It must make a difference since most WRC cars are doing it that way too! Why it is neccessary outside the WRC level of competition is another story