Several new supercars will be available for use by the members of RS Academy for a series of events upcoming this year, taking place at tracks all around Europe. But one car that will stand out from the car is the BAC Mono, which we heard of earlier last month.
The BAC Mono is a lightweight supercar that offers a crazy 528-hp per ton, equipped with a 28-hp 2.3L Cosworth engine, naturally aspirated and mated to a six speed sequential box from F1 engineers Hewland and a limited-slip diff. Capable of a 0-60 time of roughly 2.8 seconds and a top speed of 170mph, the BAC also offers a rose-jointed suspension and aero-profiled pushrods with adjustable dampers.
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“As soon we saw the Mono concept, we knew we wanted to have them on our fleet,” said RS Academy managing director Rob Stanbury, “we’ve been involved in the project for many months.”
RS holds track days at famous circuits such as the Nurburgring, Ascari Race Resort, and many more. The fleet will include not just the two BAC Monos but a Ferrari 430 Challenge, Porsche 997 GT3 RS, an Ariel Atom, a Caterham Superlight and a Noble M600.
– By: Chris Chin