Taking the Yugoslavian FIAT 127 and turning into a 220Hp/700Kg Monster
Dejan Kopajtic drives what is probably the fastest Race Car version of the quirky Zastava Yugo. For those who don´t kow, the Zastava Yugo was the "Old Yugoslavian" version of the Italian FIAT 127. Here it is using the 1.6 NA engine from a FIAT Bravo capable of around 220Hp to move only 700Kg.
Here it is attacking this year´s edition of Buzet HillClimb where it beat the 1600cc Class Record. What was originally made in the 70´s as an affordable version of a dependable little Italian Hatchbak, ended up transformed into a little Speed Demon in our decade.
In the end, that´s exactly what Hillclimb Racing is all about.
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