Ralt RT33 with Renault Engine with everthing you need to go racing and maintain this car. Very low hour de-restricted engine which runs on regular 100 unleaded race fuel. Hewland 5 speed F3A Transmission The car has a new cell and foam, new clutch, new starter and new pump, the engine start easily and I have brand new Avon Rain tires and a set of Avon slicks that were use for only 2 events. This car is a blast to drive, is fast and does exactly what you expect, it is also very forgiving. It also comes with an exhaustive list of spare parts, from spare body work and nose mold, pit wheels, quick jacks, stands, MK technology alignments bars and comes with over 40 gear sets! I am done with racing and needs the space, the car has to go.
Chassis RT32-770 was run by the Italian F3 team Automotor in 88, having a VW-J engine installation but it remained Ralt property for R&D (research & development) purposes.It was returned to the works and updated in early 1989. The driver was Andrea Montermini (who later raced in Grand Prix racing (94-96) for Simtek, Pacific and Forti). In 1989 '770' was run in the British F3 series by Techspeed Racing for the Brazilian Osvaldo Negri. In 1990 it was entered in the 'B' Class of the British F3 series (for older cars) by Racefax Motorsport for Dominic Chappell. Oz Negri raced this car back in South America, which makes sense because it ran several years in the Sudam F3 series (by the Kiesling Brothers). They converted it to race Formula Super Renault and ran it a few times in that series.
Engine Builder: Renault
Type: F3R 2l
Fuel Pump: electric
Manfacturer: Hewland F3A
Gears: 40 sets +
Construction: aluminium, fiberglass and Carbon fiber