CATERHAM Super 7
The epitome of a race car – world-wide any motorsport journalist will lose no time in confirming this. The fact that several Formula 1 drivers own a Super 7 themselves is proof enough.
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The excellent power-to-weight ratio, a superior chassis, the ultimate grip with fade-free brakes, ultra light yet very powerful engines and a perfectly set-up gearbox guarantees you a sensational driving experience.
Acceleration rate and achievable lap times are far better than most other sports cars with one essential difference: once you call a Caterham your own, you are guaranteed many years with a vehicle which isn’t constantly changed due to different model ranges. Even today, many Caterhams which came onto the market in the 90’s are thus still up to date. It is part of our daily work to upgrade older Caterhams to comply with the latest specifications, such as exhaust fume or noise regulations, turning these into a serious, but cost effective alternative.
In stark contrast to most other vehicle manufacturers, offering ever heavier and less dynamic “sports cars”, Caterham Cars has successfully launched the Roadsport 175, which has put the yardstick up for all sports cars in the years to come. The superior concept, first brought to life by Colin Chapman in the Lotus 7 and later passed onto Graeme Nearn at Caterham Cars, sets the standard for today's sports car: a roadster, fearing no rival, light on fuel and maintenance and all this at a very attractive price.
Not only do we consider ourselves lucky, but it is also an honor to spend our days working with this incredible car. Visit us in Kuppenheim to see the original for yourself or join us with the SMRC on the best race tracks in Europe to experience this phenomenal car.
My fascination with the “Caterham Super 7” started in 1992, after which I got involved in racing Caterham in 1996 and became Caterham Service Agent in 1997. Ever since then MOG Racing has been bringing the latest developments from England, the mother country of racing, to the European main land to offer these together with our own developments to fellow Caterham enthusiasts.
By the way: All new Caterhams can be acquired at Kurt Hoffmann in Neuwied: www.caterham.de