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Lightweight N12b Tarmac Subaru Impreza

Built for competition in the MSA Tarmac Rally Championship for Richard Clews, this N12b shell was extensively lightened in-house before a full roll cage was installed. 

Carbon panels feature inside the cockpit, alongside a DC Electronics bespoke wiring loom and aircraft style fused switches placed on the centre console to eliminate weight from the dashboard.

A Graham Sweet engine sits under the bonnet, breathing through an ITG Air Filter with GJM-spec mapping on both the engine and differentials.

Big tarmac brakes fill the space behind the 18" wheels.

Richard took 3rd Overall in the 2016 MSA Tarmac Rally Championship.

RHD Conversion R4 Subaru Impreza

Arriving in LHD from a European Subaru Rally Team, this full international R4 specification machine.

On request of a customer, the shell was stripped and converted to a RHD with work to the bulkhead, a change of steering rack and a reworked dashboard and electronics.

During the conversion, the wrapped blue shell was completely stripped back for a fresh white paint job and livery from DF Designs.

It was then sold to another GJM customer who campaigned the car on selected BTRDA events.

Lightweight N18+ Subaru Impreza

A bare-shell build for a customer, this Impreza had all the bells and whistles. Using the latest Ohlin suspension and GJM engineered raised rear suspension turrets this car had superior handling to go with its lightweight design. Fibreglass bonnet and boot were paired to carbon wings and lightened doors with perspex windows. 

The WRC-style rear wing set the car off, keeping it on the ground (when possible) as the GJM mapped engine and gearbox gave the car the power needed to put in some great stage times.

 

No longer on the 'Grayson' livery, the car still belongs to a GJM customer and recently featured on Wales Rally GB in October under the Green Paw banner. 

International-Spec N14 Impreza

Built as the last Prodrive registered N14, this Reiger-shod Group N Impreza was destined to competition in Africa.

A full international specification build, the Subaru featured all the carbon interior panels and foot plates along with the dog box and Prodrive engine management.

The car was shipped to Africa direct to the customer.