|Viva la evoluzione!|
|Team cars are uprated as season draws nearer
Trackday organizer and red-blooded Mitsu-ista Morten Stjernholm tried to hide the fact that his Evo Eight has had a suspension-transplant behind the news that he had bought a badge for the rear hatch. The hatch looks fine - but the coil-over adjustable Bilstein undercarriage draws a litte more attention; we can't wait to feel it up.
|From center and clockwise: Morten Stjernholm's stupendously expensive badge imported from an english Evo-specialist; the 1972 Bertone GT of Per Einarsson prepared for some stiffening of the chassis; While Gert Sterner's Alfa sits on new rims alongside Mark Feldborg's Fiat 127; The silicon upgrade for Søren Bærholm's Audi Turbo 4WD monster; and Gert Sterner's Alfa at the engine workshop.|
|Capo di tutti capi, Per Einarsson has found a rollcage for the ever-evolving Bertone GT. "Steffen, our CEOEE, will have to find a proper colour for it", says he, "It has to match the dark-red leather that is going in the cabin".
Audi-driver Søren Bærholm announced that for his present project, the Audi 200 quattro 20V, he is planning to plug-in a newly acquired chip. Says the eager owner: "The german supplier boasts up till 300 bhp without the risk og engine blow-outs".
EVOlution? ... REVOlution more like it!