The DYTKO Proto cars will be a good candidate for national series, to get successor to the dying N4 class.
With a new price of aprox 50 000 Euro, it can be achiveable for many private drivers, when a R5 is 4 times that.
In what countries have they allowed these prototypes, and how many are sold to date?
There are 4? Dytko in NZ.
This is one - VW Polo with holinger sequential trans and a standard Mitsi EVO X engine after blowing the 460hp evo X engine.
10th March 2016, 16:28
All Polos or other silhuettes as well?
Have they rallied yet, and if yes what kind of tempo do they get, compared with R5s?
10th March 2016, 21:17
Dytkos cars (and other protos like local Ya-Car specials) are authorize in Spain. Amador Vidal was '14 and '15 spanish gravel champion with a Dytko Polo developed by his team (ARVidal). He was able to cope R5's pace on gravel but didn't had a chance against 911's in his few tarmac outings (like the car previous owners, Mantecon and Ramos). An old link of the car before it was used by Vidal on gravel: http://www.rallyes.net/probamos-el-volkswagen-polo-n1/
One other Dytko Polo is now doing Canarias Rally (#76).
10th March 2016, 21:49
Justin Dowel was driving i20 Proto in ARC 2015.
You can have Polo, Fiesta, i20, Mirage, & 208 bodies on it..
11th March 2016, 10:02
The 4 Dytko's in NZ are 2 Peugeot 208 and 2 VW Polo.
https://youtu.be/DNB1-Ng4lfc (Malley's 208 at Ruarangi Road)
15th March 2016, 12:05
Are there other nations that use them as well, how about Poland?
10th September 2016, 19:21
I wonder if Lancer WRC 04/05 running gear would be compatible..?
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10th January 2017, 12:41
In what countries have the Dytko Proto been approved for national usage?
10th January 2017, 14:25
I think it's more like you have class for such proto car than having car named "Dytko proto" homologated somewhere for national use. It's different with it than with "R5" Mirage.
Originally Posted by Sulland
It's for sure driving in Poland, Latvia, Lithuania, Australia and New Zealand, USA, Spain, somethng in UK also I think.