Ford Fiesta RS WRC

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2014 model
2014 model
Fiesta RS WRC
Production period: since 2011
Class : race car
Body versions : Station wagon
Engines: Gasoline engine :
1.6 liters (223 kW)
Length: 3963 mm
Width: 1820 mm
Height: 1356 mm
Wheelbase : 2480 mm
Empty weight : 1200 kg
Previous model Ford Focus RS WRC

The Ford Fiesta RS WRC has been built since 2011 and used in the World Rally Championship . Ford withdrew from the World Rally Championship at the end of 2012 and M-Sport took over the cars for the M-Sport World Rally Team. Mikko Hirvonen and Elfyn Evans drive the cars for M-Sport in the 2014 WRC season . M-Sport delivers the Ford Fiesta RS WRC as customer cars to other privateer teams (RK M-Sport World Rally Team, Jipocar ​​Czech National Team).

Technical specifications

Technical details
2014 model
Data designation description
Engine construction Four-cylinder with turbocharging (Ford EcoBoost)
Maximum speed 6000 rpm
Torque 450 Nm at 4000 rpm
Air restrictor 33 mm (FIA standard)
Power transmission
Power transmission all wheel drive
transmission Sequential 6-speed transmission plus reverse gear
coupling M-Sport / AP Racing double disc
landing gear
Front / rear axle MacPherson struts with adjustable dampers
steering Rack and pinion steering with hydraulic servo
Brakes Internally ventilated Brembo brake discs (355 mm on asphalt, 300 mm on gravel)

with four-piston calipers

bikes 8 × 18 inches (asphalt)
7 × 15 inches (gravel)
Tire brand Michelin
design type Reinforced series steel body (FIA standard)
Gauge 1610 mm
Top speed up to 200 km / h
Weight FIA rule 1200 kg minimum (1360 kg with pilot and co-driver)

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Ford Fiesta RS WRC (, accessed March 14, 2014)