Last week we brought you the first details on the Alpha 1 SRF electric track car from Germany’s e-Wolf, and today we have images of an example of the stripped-out, zero-emission racer at the Nurburgring-Nordschleife.
You may be wondering why e-Wolf is running up laps at the notorious track when development work on the Alpha 1 SRF is already complete and the car available for sale.
The reason is because e-Wolf is going after the electric car Nurburgring lap record, which was set back in May by the 340 horsepower, all-wheel drive Peugeot EX1 Concept. The official time is 9:1.338, which e-Wolf hopes to beat with its own 375 horsepower and rear-wheel drive Alpha 1 SRF.
Sitting behind the steering wheel of the car you see here is Jochen Krumbach, a Porsche driver in the grueling VLN race series at the Nurburgring, so there’s a very good chance that the record might tumble by the end of the week.
For full details on the e-Wolf Alpha 1 SRF electric track car, click here for our previous story.