Every hot hatch owner on earth channels their inner Rally Driver at some point or another and imagines their ride looking like those from the World Rally Championships. If you wanted to really see what goes into putting one together, this Junior WRC car might be a little bit of a hint. The number of parts, all of which have been massaged and tweaked, is insane and will give you a real clue as to how much work really goes into putting a race car together. It’s more than shocks, tires, wheels, and a tune, that’s for sure. There is a lot going on here. Check it out.
How do you build a rally car? Seb Scott looks at M-Sport Poland’s NEW Ford Fiesta Rally3 rally car, to be used on the Junior WRC 2022 Championship and available to other M-Sport rally customers. See how to build a rally car; the rally car bodyshell preparation, rally dampers, engine, wiring loom, parts, and livery. A lot of work by M-Sport Poland to build a Ford Fiesta Rally3 rally car, ready for the Junior WRC 2022 with 4 wheel drive, 215bhp and 400Nm of torque.