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Published on Oct 4, 2008
Cars 1 & 2 leave the start of stage 13 of the Tasmanian Tarmac Challenge stage 13, in October 2008. Super 2000, also known as S2000, is an FIA specification and classification for production based race cars. The specification is split to cover both rally and touring car racing. Super 2000 rally cars are also permitted to compete in Super 2000 World Rally Championship events. The goal of the Super 2000 classification is to allow more manufacturers and privateers to race by reducing the cost of a competitive car. The World Rally Championship currently has Five manufacturers fielding teams, while private teams rely on older cars from current manufacturers or from "works" teams that have left the WRC, such as Subaru, Škoda, or Mitsubishi. The World Touring Car Championship, which is open to Super 2000 cars, currently has six makes of vehicles competing, these being BMW, SEAT, Honda, Chevrolet, Lada and Volvo, with independent teams generally using older cars from previous seasons.