|Chassis||R4 composite monocoque structure, designed and built in-house, carrying the Cosworth Racing CR-5 V10 engine as fully stressed member, Jaguar steering and power assistance.|
|Engine||Cosworth Racing CR-5 V10 Capacity 2998 cc|
|Cylinders||90-degree vee 10|
|Fuel||Castrol Racing Fuel|
|Transmission||Jaguar seven-speed gearbox, longitudinally mounted high-pressure hydraulic system for power shift and clutch operation. AP Racing triple-plate pull-type clutch. Independent oil system using Castrol Fluid Technology.|
|Suspension Front||Cast titanium uprights. Upper and lower carbon wishbones and pushrods. Torsion bar springing and anti-roll bar. Jaguar/Penske damper layout.|
|Rear||Cast titanium uprights. Upper and lower carbon links and pushrods. Coil springs and torsion anti-roll bar. Jaguar/Penske damper layout.|
|Brakes Front||AP Racing lithium alloy six-piston callipers. Carbon Industrie or Brembo carbon/carbon discs and pads.|
|Rear||AP Racing lithium alloy six-piston callipers. Carbon Industrie or Brembo carbon/carbon discs and pads.|
|Wheels||OZ Racing Front: 12.7 in x 13 in Rear: 13.4 in x 13 in|
|Electronics||Pi ‘VCS’ System. Integrated engine/chassis electronic control system, DASM and DATA logger.|
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