Daihatsu Model Sport P-5 Tahun 1968

Daihatsu Sport P-5 1968

It was the early days of car racing in 1965 when a young engineer modified a Compagno Berlina, making the start of Daihatsu’s pursuit of high-speed performance. The first version, known as the P-1, set a new speed record in Suzuka. In 1966, the P-2, came in third and fourth in its class in the 4th Clubman’s Race at Fuji Speedway. Also in 1966, the P-3 came in first place in its class and was seventh overall in the Japanese Grand Prix.

Later, the  Daihatsu Sport P-5 was developed as a racing machine with a true space frame and an R92B 1298cc engine that boasted 140 ps, 8.000 rpm and a maximum speed of 245 km/h. This machine, which represented the culmination of Daihatsu’s technologies, finished first in its class and 10th overall in the 1968 Japanese Grand Prix.

Daihatsu Sport P-5 1968

Specifications Daihatsu Sport P-5 :

  • Length: 3,850mm 
  • Width: 1,650mm 
  • Height: 990mm 
  • Total displacement: 1,298cc 
  • Maximum output: 140PS/8,000rpm 
  • Total torque: 13,0kg – m/7,000rpm 
  • Engine type: Water cooled, four cycle, in line four cylinder DOHC engine

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