2001-2002 Crawford SSC2K

Images courtesy and copyright John Brooks, Bob Chapman @ Autosport Image, Pat Michl, Photos @ Vector Trust, and Derek Meluzio
Text copyright Michael J. Fuller
The car that Kevin Doran originally described as a potential Audi beater.  The SSC2K certainly embodied all that was contemporary in design thinking.  And that's interesting to note considering it took some two years to go from drawing board to the track.  But it never quite reached its potential and that's not for lack of effort on Crawford's end.
The original concept rendering.
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2001 Crawford SSC2K Specifications
Designer: Andy Scriven
Layout: Mid-engine, rear-wheel drive
Monocoque: Carbon fiber and aluminum honeycomb monocoque
Engine: Judd V10, normally aspirated, 72 degree cylinder angle, 4 valves per cylinder breathing through twin 33.4 mm restrictors
Displacement: 3998 cc
Horsepower: 600+ bhp @ 10250 rpm
Torque: 350+ lb.-ft.@ 8500 rpm
Gearbox: Six-speed sequential transverse gearbox, dry sumped with separate oil tank, quick-change differential, Tripod CV joints.  Manufactured by Gemini Transmissions
Steering: Rack and pinion steering of drop gear design for foot clearance, and column durability, split rack design to minimize damage susceptibility, quick release steering wheel, height adjustable column
Suspension: (f): Double wishbone, pushrod/rocker design, steering arm with camber and bump steer adjustments, blade adjustable anti-roll bars

(r):  Double wishbone, pushrod/rocker design, blade adjustable anti-roll bars. Geometry options: roll center and anti squat

Brakes: Brembo 6 piston caliper cast iron discs, 380 mm dia.
Wheels: BBS forged magnesium 18" diameter
Tires: Yokohama
Length: 4650 mm
Width: 2000 mm
Wheelbase: 2870 mm
Front Track: 1613 mm
Rear Track: 1588 mm
Weight: 902 kgs.
Tank capacity: 90 liters
ęCopyright 2002, Michael J. Fuller