BTC-T Honda Integra Type R; Category BTCC Constructor Team Dynamics Technical specifications; Chassis Honda Integra fourth generation Engine 2,000 cc 122.0 cu in In-line 4 NA front-mounted, FWD Transmission 6 Sequential Competition history; Notable entrants Team Halfords Motorbase Performance Eurotech Racing Robertshaw Racing TH Motorsport Sibsport
Meet the 2005 BTCC Honda Integra Type R, as campaigned by Team Halfords if you hadn’t guessed from that garish livery 15 years ago. Chassis TD-02 is the second of four cars developed by Team Dynamics Motorsport which, with drivers Matt Neal, Dan Eaves and latterly Gareth Howell, was responsible for one of the most successful seasons of any team in modern BTCC history, taking the Drivers’, Teams’, Independent Teams’ and Independent Drivers’ championships.
Honda Integra Type R Built 2006 Chassis TD-04. Honda Integra Type R Built 2006 Chassis TD-05. Honda Integra Type R Built 2008 Chassis TD-06. Share Tweet.
The BTC-T Honda Civic Type-R is a BTC-Touring class racing car that was built for the 2002 British Touring Car Championship season by Arena Motorsport, who ran Honda's official works program. Works career. In 2002, Honda announced that it would return to the BTCC after a year's absence, with its works program being run by Arena Motorsport.
For 2005, Team Dynamics moved on to the hugely successful Honda Integra, which scooped the 20 drivers’ titles with Neal at the wheel. The new-model Civic was developed for 2007, and Team Dynamics ran the car for five seasons, initially with backing from Halfords, and independent in 2009, before Honda came on board as a manufacturer.
In 1995, Honda introduced the Integra Type R to the Japanese domestic market. The Type R came standard with a 197 hp 147 kW figure may vary in different countries, 195 hp 145 kW USDM, 187 hp 139 kW UKDM factory-tuned variant of the B18C engine. Equipped with a close ratio 5-speed manual transmission and a Helical LSD, the DC2 Integra Type R had significantly improved performance and handling relative to the GS-R/Si/SiR-G Integra.
Built by Team Dynamics using many of the part from the Honda Civic Type-Rs used by the team the previous year. Driven by Matt Neal to take the 2005 BTCC title. Sold to Mike Jordan's Team Eurotech and used in the 2006/07 BTCC. At the final round of 2007, the car was involved in a big accident which saw Jordan hospitalised.
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The 1997 Integra Type R made 25 hp 19 kW more than the Integra GS-R and was 93 lb 42 kg lighter. At the time, the Integra Type R set the record for the most power per liter 108 hp 81 kW per liter of a naturally aspirated piston engine ever produced for the US.
Honda admits that it took the decision to depart the BTCC with “significant regret” after the announcement of the end of its long-time partnership with Team Dynamics. Dynamics has run Honda machinery since 2004 when it took on a pair of Civic Type Rs run under the Computech Racing with Halfords banner, introducing the Integra More
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BTCC Honda Integra DC5 Type R € 48000. Wednesday, October 21, 2015. 2005 Team Dynamics DC5 Integra Chassis number 2,Dan Eaves car, MUST SELL,OFFERS 07768 696667.
Markets Japan. In Japan, the Integra was introduced in two versions, the iS later renamed Type S in the 2004 refresh and the Type R. The iS/Type S not to be confused with the RSX Type-S, which was essentially the same as the base Acura RSX, featured the K20A3 engine with an output of 160 hp 120 kW and mated to either a 5-speed automatic or a 5-speed manual transmission.
Integra Type R DC2. The first Type R in the UK; Japan got it three years earlier, with different lights. Its 1.8-litre VTEC engine found 30bhp on top of the donor Civic VTi's 167.
Meet the 2005 BTCC Honda Integra Type R, as campaigned by Team Halfords if you hadn't guessed from that garish livery 15 years ago.
Matt Neal scored points in every single race to take his first BTCC title - the first for a privateer driver in the modern era. He repeated the feat in 2006 and by that.