05:32 PM 8 Oct, 2021
Flanker F: Russian supercar for racing and road
The history of this unusual car began a few years ago, when ddKaba decided to build a supercar of their own design.In Russia, there has already been an attempt to create a domestic supercar, but the history of Marussia Motors ended ingloriously. But the life path of the Flanker F looks much more promising, since the unique model created by ddKaba (aka Sergey Kabargin) has reached the finish line and can be certified as a car for public roads by the end of 2020. The VIN-number of the automaker has already been received, all the tests by US have been passed, and it remains only to wait for the completion of all the paperwork bureaucratic red tape so that the Flanker F can rightfully drive not only drifting, but also on ordinary roads.
The history of this unusual car began a few years ago, when ddKaba decided to build a supercar of their own design. Since then, the 600-horsepower front-engined coupe has not only evolved from an abstract idea into a very real car, but has also continuously evolved based on the experience gained while participating in the RDS GP. With each trip to the Flanker F track (by the way, this is another "aviation" sports car in the Russian drift after Kristaps Blusz's Eurofighter, because the Flanker F is the NATO code designation for the Russian experimental Su-37 super-maneuverable fighter) multiplies the number of fans of both the pilot and and his offspring. And it seems that Zenvo ST1 will have a worthy competitor from Russia - the Danish company at one time refused an offer to build a supercar together with ddKaba, so now its model will have to compete with Flanker F.
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