How much does a Subaru rally car cost?

How much does a Subaru rally car cost?

The sale price of £610,000 (about $860,000) plus a buyer’s fee of $5000 means this Impreza WRC is now the most valuable Subaru in existence, surpassing even the most expensive 22B to be sold at auction, which went for $312,555 in April 2021 on Bring a Trailer.

What car did Richard Burns Drive?

Complete WRC results

Year Entrant Car
1990 Peugeot Talbot Sport Peugeot 309 GTI
1991 Peugeot Talbot Sport Peugeot 309 GTI
1992 Richard Burns Peugeot 309 GTI
1993 555 Subaru World Rally Team Subaru Legacy RS

How much is a rally car?

A rally car can cost upwards of $15,000 to build from scratch. This is how much it would cost to build a car that is fit for a rally stage, but the rally cars used in competitions like WRC cost more, with the cost of a 2020 WRC car being around $1 million.

Is Subaru still in WRC?

But Subaru hasn’t competed as an official constructor in the WRC since 2008. Moreover, Subaru only has 3 Drivers’ and 3 Constructors’ titles to its name, and it hasn’t won a WRC title since 2003. That’s almost two decades now.

How much is a WRC rally car worth?

“The WRC2 cars are price-capped at around €190,000 (£160,000). What really concerns me is rallying going forward. You’re broadening the gap so much for any young aspiring drivers.

How much do WRC drivers make?

Rally Driver Salary

Annual Salary Hourly Wage
Top Earners $108,000 $52
75th Percentile $76,000 $37
Average $58,144 $28
25th Percentile $32,500 $16

What is a Subaru RB5?

Classics. RB5 is the name of a very special first-gen Impreza, a limited edition named after the late Richard Burns and his rally-winning car’s number. Subaru produced only 444 examples in Ota, Gunma, Japan, all featuring Blue Steel metallic paintwork and 17-inch Speedline alloys.

What happened to the rally driver Richard Burns?

Former World Rally Champion Richard Burns has died of a brain tumour at the age of 34. Burns died in London’s Wellington hospital on Friday evening with family and close friends at his bedside. He had been in a coma for some for some days.

Why did Mitsubishi quit WRC?

Mitsubishi stopped funding the tuning company in 2010, citing financial pressures. By that time, the company had been out of the WRC for three years. The revival of the Ralliart brand comes as Mitsubishi reports a loss of 312 billion yen (roughly £2 billion) for the 2020 financial year.

How much does a Dakar car cost?

For privateers, an FIA-spec vehicle can cost between R3-million and R7-million, while a total budget of around R3-million can be added on top of that. Included in the total budget is the Dakar entry-fee of around R480 000 for car, driver, and co-driver.