#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.

CAR SPECS

  • 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