- GRC Titans uses the MJP Racing PanteraRX6 one-design car
- Highest performance Rallycross for a much lower yearly budget for sponsors.
- 15 drivers signed up for the whole season
- 10 races per season plus season Grand Finale
- Five double header events
- European Cup decided at Finale
The PanteraRX6 One-Design High-Performance Rallycross car has been developed by MJP Racing especially for the new Global Rallycross Championship starting in 2019.
The key design criteria was to build a Rallycross vehicle that delivers similar or higher performance than a current WRX FIA Supercar for a fraction (20%) of the yearly cost. This is the main reason for the One-Design approach as it allows the standardization of parts and cost effective parts service. It enables most of all the creation of a new regulation that is truly cost conscious.
The achievements of this design are the use of an engine that delivers slightly lower horsepower and torque than a WRX engine with a ten-times longer rebuild cycle of 3000 km. A higher displacement, no restrictor and a locked ECU reduce the need for expensive engineers and BOP balance-of-performance. It also provides a much smoother performance delivery in a durable package. The world championship level gearbox and drive train is designed for 20% more torque to be extremely reliable.
The space frame chassis and FIA-spec roll cage with a double-wishbone suspension and driver adjustable anti-roll-bars provide on track handling that rivals the very best in current Rallycross cars.
The car features half-height, lifting gull-wing doors as a unique design feature in Rallycross. MJP will be offering the car without a bodykit to enable teams to use their own make or design preference within the regulation or supply a number of body kits as options.