The bonkers Double Hayabusa V8 FIAT 500/Puch TR5 in all its 11.000Rpm Glory

Bernard Wilhelm driving and developing the Georg Pucher mad creation

Bernard Whilhelm is the Owner/Driver of the Puch TR5 created by the late Georg Pacher, powered by a V8 made from the junction of two Suzuki Hayabusa Engine Heads mated to a bespoke Engine Block. With well over 300Hp/11.000Rpm, this now mid-engined, RWD Spaceframed Monster has been one of the most unique machines of Austrian Hillclimb Racing since its return a couple years.

Set for a number of evolutions during 2021, here we can see it doing some dyno testing and attacking St. Agatha Bergrennen 2019. It is a mighty impressive creation, which certainly looks, sounds and goes like it is intended to. And hopefully it´ll be even more impressive the next time we feature it...

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Comments (4)

  • I'm not quite sure why the mortal remains of a Steyr Puch was included in this confection. Does it serve some purpose?

      2 months ago
  • Gotta love a fast “Puchschammerl”!

      2 months ago
  • That rear wing is getting some crap air 😅

      2 months ago