Of all the many Scion FR-S models here on the SEMA floor in Las Vegas – and there are a great many of them, have no doubt – the very purpose-built car from Stout Racing is one that we may hear about again in the future.

The Stout Racing team will be campaigning the racy FR-S in the SCCA World Challenge series in the upcoming season, and is currently building some buzz on the Scion SEMA show stand. The car makes use of a supercharger that was jointly developed by Stout and TRD, as well as a front splitter, doors and rear wing – all by Vertex.

Driver Robert Stout will run the FR-S in the GTS class next year, with a debut slated for the Streets of St. Petersburg event, scheduled to go off in March of 2013.


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        Matthew A Clarke
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        if you check the rules for the 2013 scca wc i am sure you can get an idea of what kind of power it is making and also what is allowed in the way of modifications to the engine.
        JS
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        Same 2.0L Boxer, no difference in the engine. Haven't release specs yet obviously, a TRD supercharger wasn't even hinted at so I'm sure it's still in development. I would be willing to guess similar numbers (rumored) as Vortech Superchargers ~300hp.