This year's Race Car Live!, which will take place on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st November, will host the rugged Bowler EXR Nemesis, which is already known for its rally raid vehicles and now a new extreme sports car is to be shown. EXR features a composite body and spaceframe chassis, being available with a supercharged V8 engine, delivering a peak power of 600 BHP or the option of a more "subdued" 3-liter TDV6 with 291 BHP is available. a double wishbone independent suspension, as well as a six-speed transmission and both front and rear roll bars complete the features of this race car. The Nemesis can be described as a desert racer which managed to be a successful competitor in the Dakar Rally. The Nemesis is available with 4.4, 4.2 and 4-liter V8 engine versions and is currently owned by Qt services.
The tickets at the Race Car Live are priced at £12 for adults and £8 for children if they were bought in advance and £15 for adults and £12 for children on the day.
BOWLER EXR NEMESIS IN ACTION AT RACE CAR LIVE!
The rugged Bowler EXR Nemesis will roar into action at this year's Race Car Live!, held on Saturday 20th and Sunday 21st November at Brand Hatch.
Already well known for its rally raid vehicle, Bowler Off-Road will showcase its new extreme sports car, heavily defined by its motorsport heritage but with the restrictions lifted to create an adrenalin fuelled ride both on and off road.
EXR is available with a massive five litre supercharged V8 engine with a peak power of 600BHP or the more 'subdued' three litre TDV6, with 291BHP. With a composite body and spaceframe chassis, the EXR has a six-speed automatic transmission (paddle shift), double wishbone independent suspension, and both front and rear roll bars.
The prototype EXR will put the Brands Hatch Indy circuit through its paces, with those interested in finding out more about the vehicle invited to experience the EXR as a passenger. Meanwhile the Nemesis will also be in action throughout the weekend.
The Nemesis is a full blown desert racer designed to cope with the harshest circuits that the World Off Road Rally has on offer and has been used to successfully compete in the Dakar Rally. With 4.4, 4.2 and 4 litre V8 engined versions, the Nemesis was derived from the experience gained in the development if Bowler's Wildcat off road race car, now owned by Qt Services.
Since taking on the production of the car in 2007, the Qt team have developed a complete range of Wildcats that are all road legal and will also be in action at the show.
Race Car Live is open 9am until 5pm each day. Advance tickets cost £12 for adults and £8 for children or £15 for adults and £12 for children on the day. Visit www.racecarlive.com
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