Beta Lamari Trackpro 1.0

A mix between an old sports car and modern technology

  1. jarnomodderkolk
    The Lamari Trackpro is a combination of an old race car and modern technology, trying to get the best of both worlds.
    This spec has a high revving V10 with no turbos. which sounds absolutely beautiful! (a bit like the Lexus LFA)

    Driving this car hard is best done with a controller or even better a wheel, since it has not TC or ESC it can have some oversteer moments if you don't pay attention, especially on a keyboard.

    There is currently 1 version of this car, at a later time I want to make some more versions like a turbo and 12V spec.

    LamariTrackpro2.png LamariTrackpro.png LamariTrackpro4.png LamariTrackpro3.png

    Benchmarks automation:
    0 - 100 in 4.2 seconds
    top speed 247 kmh

    (These benchmarks were made on gridmap and might not represent the road benchmarks)
    0 - 100 in 5 seconds
    top speed 248 kmh

    The car is powered by the V10-90-2.4 NA MFI engine, which is mounted in a mid-engine configuration:
    Redline at 11.200 RPM
    303 hp at 9.500 RPM
    258 Nm at 7.000 RPM
    Mechanical fuel injection (which I chose mostly because it looks darn cool.)

    Power curve:


    Longitudinal RWD
    7-speed manual (rare for a car)
    Electric LSD

    Tyres and wheels:
    Radial tyre type
    Sports compound
    Front P225/50R16 97W
    Rear P295/40R16 103W
    Rims are made of Alloy

    Front vented disc 2 pistons 270mm
    Rear vented disc 2 pistons 220mm

    Electric Variable power steering
    ABS (TC or ESC where not an option for this car)

    Pushrod front and rear
    Active sport springs
    Semi-active dampers
    Passive swaybars

    1236 kg
    42% front 58% rear
    2 doors 2 seats
    Wheelbase / Length: 2,47m / 4,30m
    Aluminium Semi space frame
    Fibreglass panels

    Tips and reviews are highly appreciated
  1. This site uses cookies to help personalise content, tailor your experience and to keep you logged in if you register.
    By continuing to use this site, you are consenting to our use of cookies.
    Dismiss Notice