Peugeot 306 Maxi Kit Car Amazing Sound
The rally Kit cars were FWD cars derived from models of Gruop A (A0, A7, A6). The engine modifications were more permissive than the one granted in the Group A. The Kit cars were setted up by the FIA in 1995 by creating a new rally class called F2. Especially in races on asphalt they could rely on the greater lightness and agility and not suffered from the absence of all-wheel drive, so that in the WRC they were able to afford a 2nd place in the Rally of Corsica in 1998 (a Peugeot 306 Maxi) and two wins of a Citroen Xsara Kit Car (drove by the famous Philippe Bulgaski) in the Rally of Corsica and Catalunya in 1999. The Peugeot 306 Maxi was moved by a naturally aspirated 2.0L 4 cylinder in line engine which was able to produce a power of 275 bhp at 8700 rpm. The car weight was just of 960 kg.