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Roberto Colciago
Roberto Colciago
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Roberto Colciago
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Car

Honda Civic Type-R TCR
Model

Honda Civic FB Hatchback, 5 doors

Engine

Turbocharged 4-cylinder in line, transversally installed
Distribution: two overhead camshafts, 16 valves
Displacement: 1998.2 cc
Bore x stroke: 86 x 86 mm
Max. output 350hp @ 6200 rpm
Max. torque: 420nm @ 3800 rpm
Lubrication: wet sump

Transmission

Front-wheel-drive
Gearbox: Sadev 6-speed sequential with paddle shift
Clutch: multi-disc sinter-metallic
Differential: mechanical limited slip differential

Chassis

Front suspension: McPherson strut, coil springs, gas-filled dampers, anti-roll bar
Rear suspension: torsion beam, coil springs, gas-filled dampers, anti-roll bar
Steering: electrical power assisted rack and pinion.

Brakes

Dual circuit hydraulic system
Front brakes: 6-piston callipers, 378 mm steel ventilated discs
Rear brakes: 2-piston callipers, 261 mm steel discs

Dimensions

Length: 4476 mm
Width: 1950 mm
Wheelbase 2655 mm
Minimum weight: 1285 kg including the driver

BOP

+30 kg

Price 104,500 €

Team

Birth Date

4 April 1968

Birth Place

Saronno

Marital Status

married, one daughter

1984
3rd in the World Junior Karting Championships

1987
5th (1 win) in the Italian Formula 3 Championship

1989
5th in the Italian Formula 3 Championship

1990
1st (3 wins) in the Italian Formula 3 Championship

1991
FIA Formula 3000 Championship

1992
3rd (1 win) in the Italian Formula 3 Championship
1st in the Fuji International Formula 3 League

1993/94
1 win in the German Formula 3 Championship

1995
8th (1 win) in the Italian Super Touring Championship (Opel Vectra)

1996
6th in the Italian Super Touring Championship (Alfa Romeo 155), 1st  in the Privateers Trophy
10th in the Spanish Super Touring Championship (Opel Vectra)

1997
7th in the Italian Super Touring Championship (Honda Accord)

1998
8th in the Italian Super Touring Championship (BMW 320i)

1999
3rd (4 wins) in the Italian Super Touring Championship (Audi A4 Quattro), 1st in the Privateers Trophy

2000
6th (5 wins) in the European Super Touring Cup (Audi A4 Quattro)

2001
6th (2 wins) in the FIA European Super Touring Championship (Audi A4 Quattro)
1st (7 wins) in the Swedish Touring Car Championship (Audi A4 Quattro)

2002
1st (5 wins) in the Swedish Touring Car Championship (Audi A4 Quattro)

2003
6th (2 wins) in the FIA European Touring Car Championship (Alfa Romeo 156)

2004
2nd (3 wins) in the Italian Touring Master Cup (Alfa Romeo 147 Gta)

2005
19th in the FIA World Touring Car Championship (Honda Accord)

2006
1st (4 wins) in the Italian Super Touring Championship (SEAT Toledo/SEAT León)

2007
17th in the FIA World Touring Car Championship (SEAT León)

2008
2nd (4 wins) in the Italian Touring Endurance Championship (SEAT León)

2009
1st (5 wins) in the Italian Touring Endurance Championship (SEAT León)

2010
4th (2 wins) in the Italian Touring Endurance Championship (SEAT León)

2016
1st (8 wins) in the Italian Touring Car Championship (Honda Civic)
1 win in the TCR International Series (Honda Civic)


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