Daytona Prototype


With 76 wins in GRAND-AM Rolex Sports Car Series competition including seven consecutive Rolex 24 At Daytona triumphs, the Riley Technologies Mk XX has been a dominant force in Daytona Prototype competition since 2004. Motivated by a Roush-Yates prepared 5.0-litre Ford V-8 making over 500 horsepower, the 2275 lbs. Riley Daytona Prototype has five forward gears and rear wheel drive, with traction control outlawed in GRAND-AM. All Daytona Prototype and GT Class machines compete on Continental Tires, the spec tire for the Rolex Sports Car Series starting with the 2011 season. United Autosports, piloted by Mark Blundell, Zak Brown, Martin Brundle and Mark Patterson drove this car to a 4th place in the 2011 Rolex 24 at Daytona.

Technical Data:

Car Model: Riley Technologies MkXX
Suspension: Twin wishbones and pushrods
Brakes: Alcon calipers and iron rotors
Engine: Roush-Yates prepared V8 Ford 5 liter modular engine, 4 cam, 4 valve, producing over 500hp.
Cubic capacity: 5,000 cc
Power: 500+ bhp
Drivetrain / Transmission
Type of transmission: Rear wheel drive, no traction control
Gearbox: Sequential, 5-speed sport gearbox with shift-paddles (Xtrac transmission)
Wheels: BBS
Tyres: Continental Tyre
Dimensions / Weight
Length: 177.5 inches
Width: 78.5 inches
Height: 43.1 inches