VW Block and Hayabusa Head - A Proper High Revving Berg Cup Monster

      Franz Weißdorn and his unique looking Polo Mk1 in all it´s 10.800Rpm Screaming Glory

      Franz Weißdorn races one of the most modified VW Polo units in Hillclimb Racing. From its bespoke bodywork, all weighing only 715Kg to its unique powerplant, using a mix between a VW engine block and Hayabusa Head, for a total of 1.3L, this is a properly quick Front Wheel Drive machine.


      With around 240Hp/10.800Rpm this is a Natutally Aspirated Monster that is about to be replaced in the near future but has left its mark during almost a decade of Berg-Cup Racing at the highest level.

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