This is a 2005 Lotus Exige S2 which I have owned since 2007. Durring last 12 months we have renovated the car for a season of competetive hillclimb and sprinting in 2018 at Midland Events. This car was factory prepared by Lotus Sport with the addition of a limited slip diff, front mounted oil coolers, racing seats, 4 […]
One of only 3 Silver 98 spec Lotus Esprit V8’s ever made and the only one trimmed in Alcantara. Was used as a Lotus Factory show car for the first 2 years of its life.
My Elan is race prepared with a 1760cc all steel twin cam engine running on fuel injection generating 175 bhp and weighing just over 600kg. A very quick car (for its age) which is regularly campaigned in hill climbs and sprints. This Elan is 50 years old in 2017.
Originally raced in France, hence the French blue colour. It was brought back to the UK and we have owned it since 2008. Competed in the PMSLC with it ever since and really enjoy single seater racing (except when it’s wet!).
My 2014 Lorus Exige V6 was a former Lotus factory test car. It has been converted into a race car (not road legal) and now competes in the Paul Matty Sports Cars Hillclimb Championship.
1460cc FWB Coventry Climax engine. Restored to correct period race specification by marque expert Mike Brotherwood. Original chassis verified by Historic Lotus Register. Evidence of early race history. Used in sprints/hillclimbs since being acquired 2 years ago. About 200 series 1’s were produced. Attracts a lot of spectator attention as so many have memories of […]
Although being driven by Jack, it is owned by his Mum, Nikki who has owned it for 10 years and used it at hill climbs and sprints. It was previously used for circuit racing.
I have owned this car for 12 years and used it regularly at hill climbs and sprints. It was previously kept in a private museum in America.
Only one previous owner. Present owner since 2003, when it was rebuilt to FIA specification as a rally car. Originally an A frame rear suspension car it now has leaf springs. Has just been rebuilt again after a decade of competition. Overall winner 2005 Emerald Isle Classic rally.
Built in 1967 as a Formula Ford with a 1600 Ford Crossflow engine, it was found about 7 years ago in need of restoration. It was restored and modified to compete in Hill Climbs and Sprints by adding wider wheels and a new 1700 engine built by John Smurthwaite. If can be regulary seen competting in The […]