New H3 OR SOMTHING LIKE THE SST ?
Your english is pretty good Jerome. Your idea of GM factory support is one that many of us here have hoped for. Problem is securing factory support is a difficult task. But, if factory support became available it would simply be a task of changing the body around the machine to create brand identity. Until then the Hummer is the brand Dakar fans most identify with Robby Gordon.
Kevin you say he could have a GM body on the Hummer frame... But I remember RG sold the two Hummer? ...
Or you wanna say he makes the same frame with a different body... Of course RG is identified with Hummer but
if he built another stuff so strong as hummer he will be identified by his "bad bod"attitude...so fun...with a monstruous
Suburban he'll be the king in the service park...He will scrutch them like insects...Ah Ah Ah !!!
Yes the machine is strong so changing the body style wouldn't change the performance. If Fiat wanted to give Robby Gordon Off Road a bag of cash Robby could put a Fiat body on it. The Hummers were sold so I assume Robby is in the process of buildin a new ride. Whatever that is will be, I'm sure, a dynamic machine capable of running up front and will definitely turn some heads.
And with Ford it's now impossible... There's the south african project...
@mj---Force team is losing Ford?
Remember that the Ford/NHRA deal is most likely due to the return on investment of the North American division of Ford, whereas the Ford/Dakar is based on perceived return on investment from the Ford South Africa/Europe division. Different manufacturers distribute the racing-advertising budgets based on the return on investment for each region or division. This is why we see a Ford Ranger body, or for that matter a Toyota Hilux body in the Dakar when those models aren't available in NA.