Introducing the Prodrive P2

More info here:
Autosport International Coverage: World Premiere of the Prodrive P2 –
Prodrive Creates Impreza-based P2 Sports Coupe –

Prodrive P2 Technical Specification

Layout and chassis
Front engine, all wheel drive
Steel monocoque chassis
Composite body panels

0-100 kph in Engine
2.0l DOHC 16v flat-four turbo charged with ALS
Power : 349 PS
Torque : 575 Nm

Transmission and drivetrain
All wheel drive fitted with ATD
6 speed manual gearbox
– Front : open
– Centre : active LSD
– Rear : active LSD

Steering and suspension
Electric power assisted steering
Double wishbone front and rear
Adjustable coil over dampers
Front anti-roll bar

Wheels and brakes
Wheels : 19″ x 8.5″
– Front : 355 mm discs, four pot monobloc calipers
– Rear : 330 mm discs, four pot monobloc calipers
Tires : 235 / 35 ZR19

Length : 3910 mm
Width : 1855 mm
Height : 1310 mm
Wheel base : 2500 mm
Track : front 1530 mm, rear 1590 mm
Weight : 1100 kg

Top Gear video of the Prodrive P2

Regarding Ted’s (Xanga: deadkau) earlier question of the day asking what country do I have an interest, concern, or compassion for, I’d have to say Brazil!

Why Brazil?

1. Great heritage of race car drivers (Ayrton Senna, Emerson Fittipaldi, Gil de Ferran, Helio Castroneves, Rubens Barrichello, Tony Kanaan, Nelson Piquet, Felippe Massa, Felipe Giaffone, and many more)

Here’s a photo of Gil de Ferran and me at California Speedway in 2001.  Gil won the 2000 and 2001 CART Champ Car World Series Championships and also the 2003 Indy 500.  In 2000, he set a closed-course world record by running a qualifying lap at 241.428 mph at California Speedway.  He currently is the Sporting Director for Honda GP Ltd. (Honda Racing F1 Team).

Wallpaper anyone?  Photo below from – HERE

2. Great soccer/football players/teams (Granted, I don’t know much about ’em, but they’re always fun to root for!)

3. Last, but most definitely not least, Compassion International has a significant presence there!  The last child I sponsored and the current child I sponsor are both from there!  May God continue to work in the lives of Brazil’s children and their respective families!

Won’t you consider sponsoring a child through Compassion International today?

Change a child’s world.
Your tax-deductible support of just $32 a month connects your child with a loving, church-based program that provides:

  • Educational opportunities
  • Health care and supplemental nutrition, if necessary
  • Opportunities for safe, healthy recreation
  • Opportunities to learn about important life skills
  • Most important of all, sponsoring a child will allow your child to hear about Jesus and be encouraged to develop a lifelong relationship with God.

Our Child Sponsorship Program allows you to become a friend.
Many children in poverty feel unloved and worthless. Your letters, photos and prayers will mean more than you can possibly imagine.

Sponsoring a child will profoundly change the future for your child — and will change your own life in the process.

Compassion is highly rated.
At least 80 percent of all ministry expenditures are used on programs helping underprivileged children, and we consistently receive the highest ratings for financial integrity and program excellence.

About USCTrojan4JC

God Follower, husband, father, USC Trojan alumnus, Mazda employee

5 responses to “”

  1. deadkau says :

    great country.i love their music, and the people are so warm and loving.

  2. Anonymous says :

    The rims on that Prodrive looks like mine. Sweet!

  3. wurpol says :

    Brazilian fruits are unparalleled.RYC: Scarface was a really violent movie. I don’t really recommend it. that line precedes a HUGE massacre with a machine gun. ugh.

  4. yEunGeEE says :

    ive never heard of prodrive

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