TRAX 2022 at Silverstone

Posted by Cobra Sport Admin

As show season draws to a close, the Cobra Sport team decided to celebrate the show season by heading to Silverstone for the highly anticipated TRAX 2022 show, for one final dose of audible emotion. 

TRAX has always been a fan favourite, with over 10,000 petrol heads coming from all over the country to showcase their car, attack the track and talk all things cars, bikes & modifications.

Cobra Sport stopped the show by bringing a diverse range of cars to their stand, including the UK's first Ford Mustang S550 twin turbo V8 owned by Cobra Sport ambassador, Reuben Grech. The unique build packs a monstrous 950BHP equipped with a bespoke custom built Cobra Sport turbo back performance exhaust, designed to sustain such colossal power and proved to be a true show stopper with its raucous V8 soundtrack. Read all about Reuben's twin turbo build in our blog post here

At the other end of the stand was the Toyota GT86 which was a favourite amongst the JDM fans thanks to an enhanced exhaust note from the 4-cylinder boxer engine with added aggression, all curtesy of the Cobra Sport's sports cat front pipe and non-resonated cat back exhaust.

Cobra Sport: TRAX 2022 Toyota GT86

Alongside the GT86, Cobra Sport showcased both their non-resonated cat back and their non-resonated sports cat turbo back performance exhaust setups with a duo of Honda Civic Type R FK8's.

The two setups showcased how Cobra Sport offer a diverse range of performance exhausts to cater to the needs of all petrol heads. With the cat back aimed at enhancing the sound of the iconic hot hatchback, whilst being the perfect daily driver and the turbo back targeted towards the tuning market who aim to push big power figures. 

The volcanic orange Renaultsport Megane completed the rainbow of colours, and was situated in between the duo of Type R's. Dieppe's diamond showcased Cobra Sport's venomous resonated cat back rear silencer delete performance exhaust and wowed the crowd with its sonorous exhaust note both on the show stand and whilst attacking the apexes of Britain's most iconic racetrack.