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Published on Feb 1, 2017

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VUHL starts the year in style after completing successful international dynamic appearance at the Race Of Champions in Miami.

The event, which saw an amazing two days of racing at Marlins Park, kick-off what is sure to be a promising year for the rapidly expanding supercar maker.

VUHL’s lightweight and dynamic 05 ROC Edition was perfectly suited to the tight and twisty circuit, allowing drivers to accelerate quickly and navigate the difficult course with relative ease.

16 of the world’s best motorsport icons drove the VUHL 05 ROC Edition to the limit in head-to-head races with all of the champion drivers getting behind the wheel of the 420bhp/tonne 05 on the technical circuit. Every one of the racers fed back that the cars intense grip and superb brakes increased driver confidence time-after-time in the heat of the competition.

Top names such as Travis Pastrana, F1 champion Sebastian Vettel and Champion of Champions Juan Pablo Montoya all excelled in the 05 ROC Edition. Whilst the spectacular flame-spitting and noise from the exhaust kept the viewing public thoroughly entertained throughout.

On Sunday, Juan Pablo Montoya, Tom Kristensen and Petter Solberg lead the parade before the first race in the orange and white VUHLs.

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