The Ford Puma was a unique compact sports car when it was launched in 1997. Produced exclusively at their plant in Cologne, Germany, for the European market, they are front engined, front wheel drive situated cars - which just so happens to make them ideal for rally driving.
It was in fact the British Ford Rally team at Boreham in Essex who helped create its rally incarnation, the Ford Puma Rally, with conversions being carried out at Tickford’s base in Daventry, Northamptonshire. So what you have with the Puma Rally is a European car with very British motor sporting prowess.
There’s some seriously heavy throttle and force to handle when you take to the dirt and mud track in this little hot runner. Powered on a 1.7 litre engine pumping 123 bhp, it roars from 0 - 60 mph in just under 8 seconds, with a top speed possible of 126 mph, making it an ideal car to book for our range of Rally driving experience packages we offer at venues nationwide with TrackDays.