Honda Civic Si FE1 Factory Racer Now Available to Order

  • Preorders for Honda’s new factory race car based on the 11th-gen Civic opened this week, with deliveries projected for fall 2022.
  • Tea HPD Civic Si FE1 Race Car is being produced by the Honda Performance Development (HPD) racing division.
  • Tested and developed in-house and built in Marysville, Ohio, it will start at $55,000 with all the bells and whistles to go racing.

    UPDATED 6/17/2022: The updated story reflects details for which racing series the HPD Civic Si FE1 race car is intended.

    Honda Performance Development’s racing Civic Si, labeled the HPD Civic Si FE1, that made its debut at SEMA 2021 is now open for preorder. Based on the 2022 Civic Siit was revealed last fall at SEMA 2021 alongside a slew of other performance-oriented Hondas. Honda announced the FE1 was developed and tested in-house by its HPD engineers and each car will be built at Honda’s Performance Manufacturing Center in Marysville Ohio.

    The FE1 will start at $55,000 before tax, compared to the roadgoing Civic Si, which starts at $28,595, but it will come equipped for the track with features including an installed roll cage and “a full range of HPD-developed and homologated parts including the engine, suspension, exhaust, fuel cell, and Motec electronics packages.” HPD also removed the original Si’s sunroof, sound proofing, insulation, underbody coating, and seam sealer to slim down the FE1.

    Aimed for the ORS TCA series, the FE1 appears to be slated to compete against entries from a number of racing outfits. Potential competitors include Subaru BRZ’s built by TechSport Racing, Mini JCW’s from the Mini JCW team, or Hyundai Elantra N-Line racers from the Bryan Herta Autosport W/ Curb-Agajanian. Entry lists for those races can be found hereand include some of our favorite tracks, including Virginia International Raceway and Watkins Glen.

    Honda hasn’t released performance numbers, but if the FE1 is anything like the 2022 If it’s based on, we’re sure it will excite. What we do know is that the FE1 will come equipped with Honda’s L15CA turbocharged 1.5-liter inline-four paired with an “HPD-strengthened” six-speed manual transmission. That engine makes 200 horsepower and 192 pound-feet of torque in the road car.

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    While the $55,000 sticker price is pretty affordable for a ready-to-race package, the deposit required to secure an order is steep. HPD is asking customers to submit a $25,000 deposit with the remaining balance due when the car is completed.

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