#43 Window World Racing Honda Dallara

The 2011 Window World Racing Honda Dallara is a replica of the winning 1982 Gordon Johncock Wildcat. At the time, this was the closest Indianapolis 500 margin of victory where Johncock barely edged Rick Mears for the win.


  • Type

    Open Wheel, Open Cockpit, ground effect underbody with wings front and rear

  • Construction

    Monocoque cockpit with engine as member of chassis connecting gearbox and rear suspension

  • Materials

    Carbon fiber, kevlar and other composites

  • Weight

    1,565 lbs minimum for ovals and 1,630 lbs minimum for road courses. Does not include fuel or diver.

  • Height

    Approximately 38 inches at highest point

  • Wheelbase

    121.5 to 122 inches

  • Wheels

    Front: 15 inches diameter, 10 inches wide Rear: 15 inches diameter, 14 inches wide, single lug, magnesium

  • Tires

    Firestone Firehawk radial: All four tires on ovals differ

  • Gearbox

    XTRAC with six forward gears, Mega-Line Assited Gear Shift (paddle shift)

  • Fuel Cell

    Single, rupture-proof cell, 22 U.S Gallons

  • Engine
  • RPM

    10,300 maximum (league supplied rev meter)

  • Power

    Estimated 650 horsepower

  • Fuel

    100 percent fuel-grade ethanol