Hovemann´s Lotus V8 powered Monster Introduction

Holger Hovemann has created and developed one of the most brutal Monsters in European Hillclimb Racing. Taking bodywork based on one of the most popular cars in the Berg-Cup series, the Kadett C, from there the madness begins.

The engine used on this machine is the V8 from a Lotus Elise GT1 unit, here producing upwards of 700Hp at a staggering 9.000Rpm, and much of its underpinnings come from a Corvette ZR-1. Here it is on St. Agatha Hillclimb 2017 in a quite short clip. More will follow in the near future.

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