Fitting auxiliary lights to a rally car has been around almost since the very first cars started racing. In bad weather, low light conditions and night stages, rally drivers need better visibility of the road ahead and a clear view of the track. The first auxiliary rally car lights were simply additional headlights mounted across the front of the grille or over the bonnet. Look back to rally cars of the 70s and 80s and the traditional bonnet mounted lights became iconic, to the extent that the Lancia Stratos looks positively naked without the four extra rally lights mounted to the front edge of the bonnet. The major downside of this was that it just made the existing field of view brighter, it did not extend or widen the visibility
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Posted: April 27, 2021Categories: NewsTags: rally pods, rally cars, motorsport
Posted: November 04, 2019Categories: Buyer's GuideTags: triple-r, rally, motorsport, carbon series
From the very highest levels of both professional track and rally motorsport, there’s growing recognition of the superior lighting performance, design, reliability, and functionality of Lazer Lamps’ products, that brings tangible competitive advantage. With the recent launch of lightweight Glass & Carbon-fibre composite Bonnet and Corner Rally Lamp pods, we’ve furthered our appeal and relevance to the rally sector. In this piece, we’ll guide you through the options for achieving the perfect rally lighting setup.