Atelier Beek Auto Racing has significantly changed the British “evil” car MINI GP3. According to the tuners, the car is much better than it was before – in particular, the power of the standard engine was increased.
For some, the widebody kit, extra power and emphasis on handling are not enough in the standard MINI Cooper John Cooper Works GP, so the Beek Auto Racing team decided to unveil their version of the car. This group of MINI fans from the Netherlands worked with a customer who wanted to improve his MINI Cooper John Cooper Works GP in every way possible, and the results were quite impressive.
The MINI Cooper John Cooper Works GP debuted in 2020 as the best option for the F56 generation MINI Cooper.
The two previous generations of the MINI Cooper John Cooper Works GP have been loved by many for their excellent handling and thrilling driving dynamics. Unfortunately, the third generation MINI Cooper John Cooper Works GP was disliked by many precisely because of the isolated automatic transmission and the inability to properly reduce power.
The Beek Auto Racing team has completely replaced the standard suspension with a softer, more responsive and more road-friendly suspension. This suspension is kindly provided by the Dutch AST suspension specialists.
The B48’s four-cylinder 2.0-liter engine has been increased from 306 to an impressive 330 horsepower. To control this power, Michelin Pilot Sport Cup 2 tires are used. There is also a Milltek exhaust system to improve the sound of the production car.