When’s the last time you saw a two-stroke-powered prototype race car? | Read now with GRM+

By Colin Wood
Nov 4, 2021 | GRM+, Two-Stroke

The most common applications for two-stroke motors? Try dirt bikes, a few old-school Saabs, handheld outdoor power tools–and Jason Miller’s SCCA champion-hunting prototype racer.

That’s right, underneath that contemporary prototype bodywork sits a two-stroke, flat-six engine good for almost 300 horsepower. It’s more than a F500 racer wearing some swoopy bodywork. 

Back in the October 2016 issue of Grassroots Motorsports, we took a deep dive into this unique track machine, which you can read now by subscribing to GRM+ today.

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