Georges Champomier really enjoys racing his 1976 Honda Civic at tracks all over the world. The project started back in 2008 with an engine swap and since then Georges has modified many aspects of the car to improve its performance. Under the hood sits a 1.6 L Honda D16A9 inline-four taken from a 1988–1991 CR-X. The engine’s power has been slightly increased to 136 horsepower thanks to a ported head and lightened/balanced crankshaft. This is healthy increase over the factory 50 hp inline-four and for a car that only weighs 1,433 lb (650 kg). Georges clearly wanted to shift his own gears so he converted the Civic from auto to manual and installed a five-speed from a CR-X with a Quaife differential. You can watch more videos of the Civic racing at Georges’ Youtube channel.