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Golf VII “RAZOR 7E” Based on the e-Golf

The world’s first-ever e-Touring Car Challenge will be host at the circuit of Formula E Hong Hong ePrix as a prelude and highlight of the event on 8th October 2016.

RevoZport is proud to be able to participate in this major international motorsport event in Hong Kong. Being the official aerokit supplier for the e-Touring Car Challenge, we developed the first aerokit especially for the Volkswagen e-Golf.

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Namely the “Razor 7E” consist of the followings a newly designed, Front Splitter, Bumper Canard, Side Skirt, Rear Diffuser, and GT Roof Spoiler all made in carbon composite fibre. To give these race cars the extra downforce needed for this one make race.

e-Golf Racer Car parts

-Razor 7E Front Splitter
-Razor 7E Upper Front Bumper Canard
-Razor 7E Lower Front Bumper Canard
-Razor 7E Side Skirt
-Razor 7E Rear Diffuser
-Razor 7E GT Roof Spoiler

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In order to fullfil performance and safety parameters for the race event, 16 brand new Volkswagen e-Golf will undergo a range of modifications by FRD (Formula Racing Technology Ltd.). Including roll cage, suspension, brake, racing seat, 6-point harness, wheels, rims and fire extinguisher upgrades that meet racing safety standards for the race.

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The e-Touring Car Challenge will have two practice sessions ahead of a 15-minute qualifying and 20-minute race event. Both practice sessions and race event will be held on the track of Formula E. Five celebrity drivers who have previous racing experience will be invited to compete with ten veteran drivers, which will surely add to the overall fun and excitement of this much anticipated race.


As is the nature of street circuits, the Hong Kong ePrix circuit will be a demanding race track to test drivers’ speed, talent and racing mettle. Two tight hairpins turns – one at Lung Wo Road and a second at the Star Ferry Pier – feature alongside a 555-metre main straight, a key opportunity for overtaking.

Designed by Rodrigo Nunes of R+S Project, the circuit runs clockwise and features a 555-metre main straight between Turns 1 and 2, which is the circuit’s best overtaking opportunities. Turns 2 through 9 showcase the technical challenges of the track with a variety of corners, including a chicane. The fastest part of the circuit is from Turn 9 to Turn 2, with an interesting left-hand corner on Turn 10.

Key facts:
Circuit length: Approximately 2 kilometres
Circuit direction: Clockwise
Number of Turns: 10
Length of Main Straight: 555 metres

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