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Stohr Chassis

C & D Sports Racer, track day cars

2006 Offerings

"It's hard to ignore success such as a National Championship on your maiden outing, which Lee Stohr and Mark Jaremko achieved with the WF1 at the 2005 Runoffs in DSR. Stohr says his second-generation car has a huge increase in ground-effect downforce and an unstressed engine, plus reduced oil and water temperature. The chassis is semi-monocoque steel and carbon fiber, the body is lightweight composite, and it can fit Yamaha or Suzuki engines. The car is also equipped with Ohlins coilovers, Jongbloed wheels, Aim dash, Wilwood brakes, and a Quaife differential."1


  • Chassis construction: Semi-monocoque steel/carbon fiber
  • Body construction: Light weight composite
  • Engine: Yamaha or Suzuki motorcycle
  • Front Suspension: Pushrod/bellcrank
  • Rear Suspension: Pushrod/bellcrank
  • Shocks: Ohlins
  • Springs: Ohlins
  • Wheels: Jongbloed
  • Brakes: Wilwood
  • Transmission: 6-speed sequntial motorcycle
  • Anti-Roll Bars: None
  • Instrumentation: AiM
  • Special Features: Prototype won the 2005 DSR SCCA Runoffs and beat track record by 2 seconds. Professional wiring looms.
  • Price: not quoted - $68,000 roller

Contact Info

Lee Stohr Cars LLC
6440 SE Crosswhite Way
Portland, OR 97206
(503) 775-1114
fax (503) 775-1116


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1Richard S. James, SportsCar magazine (Haymarket Worldwide Inc., February 2006, Volume 64, Number 2), p 28-36.

Revised: January 20, 2006.

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