Caterham Launches Superlight R600 Series

Caterham Superlight R600 is fastest Seven race car to date and the first supercharged production Seven.

Power comes from a supercharged, 275bhp 2-litre Ford Duratec engine. All that power is directed to the rear wheels through a six-speed, sequential gearbox.

The new supercharged incarnation of the iconic Seven costs £44,995 and Caterham is expecting at least a 16-car grid for the new Superlight R600 Championship season in 2013, with 30 cars anticipated to compete the following year.

The R300 owners can upgrade their vehicles to R600 spec to take part of the Superlight R600 Series.

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