2003 Riley Mk XI Daytona Prototype


2003 Riley Mk XI Daytona Prototype

2003 Riley Mk XI Daytona Prototype

Riley Technologies is the brainchild of designer Bob Riley and his son Bill Riley. The company was originally founded in 1990 as Riley & Scott Inc. Over the years the company has evolved with Reynard buying Riley & Scott Inc. Over the last twenty years the company has built over 100 racecars for IRL, Trans-AM and FIA GT. Their newest car, the Mk XI Daytona Prototype, was accepted to run in the 2003 Grand-Am Sports Car series.

Riley’s Dayonta Prototype was built on the company’s engineering expertise in constructing steel tube/aluminum reinforced chassis with excellent mechanical grip and an outstanding aerodynamic package. Suitable for installation of any class-eligible motor, the car was equipped with the proven Xtrac gearbox used in the Mk III C and many other top SR1/LMP 900 chassis.

In the recent past Riley have been dominating the top level of Grand-Am motorsport. This is largely due to Chip Ganassi Racing and Sun Trust Racing which both use the Mark XI, but with different engines.

 

In Detail

submitted by Richard Owen
price $ $405 000 USD
engine Customer Supplied
body / frame Hybrid Steel-Aluminum
front brakes Alcon calipers and iron rotors
f brake size mm / in
rear brakes Alcon calipers and iron rotors
r brake size mm / in
steering Electric variable power assist rack & pinion
f suspension Twin wishbones and pushrods
r suspension Twin wishbones and pushrods
curb weight 907 kg / 2000 lbs
wheelbase 2794 mm / 110 in
length 4509 mm / 177.5 in
width 1996 mm / 78.58 in
height 1095 mm / 43.1 in
transmission Xtrac standard, Emco available
gear ratios :1