V8 Brute - Holden

(v8_brute_holden) Mod
V8 Brute - Holden, skin BP
V8 Brute - Holden, skin BP
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The V8 Ute Racing Series, known originally as the V8 Brute Utes was an Australian motor racing series for utilities, derived from the Australian Production Car Championship. It was conceived in 2000 by PROCAR chief Ross Palmer, V8 Ute Patron Ian McAlister and V8 Ute owner Craig Denyer and launched March 2001, as V8 Brute Utes, at the Clipsal 500 in Adelaide. The series was instantly popular, in part because of aggressive driving style of competitors.

For most, V8 Utes Racing Series entry was via a franchise, which had been limited to 32 in number, 16 specifically to be Ford Falcon (Australia) Utes and 16 Holden Utes. All the rounds were shared with Supercars Championship, Australia's top motorsport championship.

The Ford Falcon utility ceased production in 2016 and the Holden Ute ceased production in 2017. As a consequence moves began to wrap the series up at the end of 2016, but the replacement, the SuperUtes Series was not ready for a 2017 launch. SuperUtes, featuring turbo diesel powered dual-cab Utility vehicles, launched in 2018.



Credits:
Model Source = Turn10/Forza
Original conversion = unknown
ADC version / rebuilt and converted to V8 Brutes by RJE

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Setups

There are no setups for this car.

Sessions

This car has been used in 16 sessions.

Tyres

  • Medium Slicks (M)

Specs

  • Acceleration: 4s 0–100
  • BHP: 414 bhp
  • Power Ratio: 4.41 kg/hp
  • Top Speed: 270+km/h
  • Torque: 521 Nm
  • Weight: 1825 kg

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