Seen on the pit table of Corally team driver Marc Fisher, who is present at the 4th round of the European Touring Series in Andernach, Germany, we got an exclusive look at the new prototype Corally RDX Phi. Due to be used by the factory team at the European Championships next month in Vila Real Spain, the new car sports all new geometry front and rear and a more conventional shock absorber mounting, mounted to the rear of the rear shock tower and not to the front as on the current car. Designed to cure some problems that affected the cars handling, Fisher is getting used to the cars settings in order to gain more knowledge prior to the Europeans. Also new on Marc’s car is the GM Genius 120 brushless speed controller that has a much smaller footprint than the previous versions and comes with a built in cooling fan.
UPDATE: We have been asked by Corally, through Marc Fisher, to remove the images as he was apparently not meant to show anyone the car….Doh! We will of course oblige, even though most people have already seen it, to stop Marc getting into any more trouble.