Cars designed to have the character of track machines, thereby satisfying an appetite for high-speed motoring, while
providing an exceptionally high level of sensory feedback to the driver.

A man named Barnard wanted to give racing car enthusiasts and driving devotees the opportunity to own a car that was inspired by Le Mans
Prototype 1 (LMP 1) racing cars. His new car's relative accessibility was important to Barnard. In addition, it had to be a good car but be
available at a fraction of the price of an LMP 1. Not that LMPs are generally for sale, of course! In 2002 Barnard officially started design and
construction. Five years later the Barnard 101 drove out of its incubator. These cars are designed to be driven enthusiastically and to appeal
to the senses of the performance aficionado. It is meant to be enjoyed on the racetrack. The Barnard is not endowed with electronic aids that
flatter the driver. It doesn't have vacuum-assisted brakes or anti-lock assistance. It doesn't have traction control. This is all up to the driver.
What it does have is a monocoque chassis which combines exceptional strength with light weight.

The Barnard is uncompromising in that it requires a higher level of involvement of the driver than conventional sports cars that are
produced commercially and in great numbers. When potential customers examine the Barnard closely, they will realise that it is designed to
offer not only a very special motoring experience, but also exceptional quality.

Our company has been developing track-day cars for the past 10 years. The BTR 2000 is only built to specific order, and only 10 of these will be built per year. The engine is a V8, with a twin turbo setup. The V8 has a 4-speed sequential transmission and, as you can imagine, things happen very fast when you sit behind the wheel of a car delivering 2000+hp. This means that the sequential transmission setup is definitely a must here! The design of our monocoque chassis makes it very strong, and incorporates a sturdy roll cage. We feel that the very nature of track-day racing dictates safety first. We do not build light-weight cars but sturdy, strong, reliable machines. Our monocoque chassis have proven themselves over the years.
1. All figures are approximate.
2. All new componentry.
3. Air conditioning is included.


Type: Longitudinal, posterior 4 stage dry sump V8
Type: Longitudinal, posterior V8, twin-turbocharged
Power: 2000+hp
Torque: 2000+nm
Layout: Mid-engine, rear-wheel drive
Construction: Monocoque chassis

Brakes: Front – force-cooled ventilated discs
Rear – ventilated discs
Wheels: Front – alloy 10Jx18
Rear – alloy 15.5Jx20
Tyres: Front (270mm wide)
Rear (395mm wide)

Steering: Power assisted
Gearbox: 4-speed sequential
Length: 5 200mm
Width: 2 250mm
Height: 1 100mm
Wheelbase: 2 970mm