Tom Walker - 1952 Allard J2X Le Mans
Car built with 3 others, which went to Le Mans in 1952 as the Allard team entry. Only 12 built. Mainly hill-climbed and sprinted when new. Several International meetings at Shelsley, Prescott and Brighton Speed trials. Raced at Goodwood Int’l meeting in May 1955. Second owner crashed at Brighton in ’55 and demolished one of the famous cast iron lamp posts on Madeira Drive.
Malcolm Verey - Allard J2 (Now sold)
Photo - Jeff Bloxham
David Llewellyn - Allard J2
The car was originally bought and raced by Erwin Goldshmidt who was a very well regarded USA Sports car racer in the 50's
Till Bechtolsheimer - Allard J2
Chassis J1690. This car has not yet raced with us (although Till has, with a Healey Silverstone) as it is still being prepared for racing. It originally competed in Sweden where it won 17 ice races before departing to the USA.
Cooper Bristol T24/25 - Peter Mann
Driven here by John Ure. Ex Tony Crook car
Sean Mooney - Daimler SP250 Special
Sean's car is almost entirely original under the special body which was fitted after the original was severely damaged in an accident.
Tony & Pia Bianchi - Allard Farrallac
David Cottingham - Ferrari 500TRC
Nick Leston - Gregory V8
Joost Bert - HW ALTA Jaguar
Nicolas Bert driving here
Charly Willems - HW Alta Jaguar
David Newman - HWM Jaguar
David Morris driving here
Paul Grist - HWM Jaguar
Matt Grist driving
Michael 'Spike' Milligan - HWM Jaguar
Roger Buxton - HWM Jaguar
Photo - Tony Green/Photographicmemeoriesuk
Philip Schnedler - HWM Jaguar GT
This beautiful one off HWM Jaguar Coupe was the last HWM constructed. It was conceived by the late George Abecassis as a road car built to his specifications and clothed by a body penned by Frank Feeley. It remains primarily a road car but did appear in our George Abecassis Centenary Trophy race.
Charles Fripp - Gomm Jaguar Special
The 1955 Maurice Gomm body originally sat on a Alta GP chassis but subsequently and inevitably the chassis was reclaimed for an Alta. The body then rested on, but unattached, to a Cunningham C3 chassis before being acquired by Charles Fripp who also acquired a 1955 XK140 chassis and running gear and with a little amount of modification had the body fitted. The front brakes have been uprated to XK150 discs, but otherwise body, chassis and running gear are very much contemporary.
Nick Finbergh - Jaguar C - Type
Daniel Wood - JWF Italia
Built in Australia on Healey 100 running gear this was the forerunner of the Milano GT.
Darren McWhirter - Lagonda V12
Stephen Bond - Lister Bristol 'Flatiron'
Gordon McCulloch - Maserati 200SI
Originally a Fiandri bodied works 200S used for testing and as a T car 1956 (Moss, Perdisa at the Nurburgring). Rebodied in late 1956 to “SI” spec and sold to Brazilian, Severino Silva. Raced in the 1000km of Buenos Aires, retiring when 4th, GP of Sao Paolo (6th OA) and Rio (6th OA) both in 1957. Competed in many junior sports car races in South America 1957-1960 before sold to a museum where is stayed for over 30 years. The car was restored for racing in 2007 (Roger Lucas, UK) and acquired by Gordon in 2008.
Nash Healey Le Mans - Sam Stretton
Chris Guest - RGS Atalanta (Aston Martin)
Tom McWhirter - Tojeiro Bristol
Neil Perkins - Tojeiro Bristol
Photo - Mick Walker
Peter Campbell - Wingfield Bristol Special
Bryan Wingfield built this car up during 1958 using his own built semi- monocoque chassis/body on which he hung spare front and rear Lister suspension and fitted a Bristol engine and gearbox. Wingfield competed in sprints, hillclimbs and races 1959-1961 with some success. Its recent race outing with FISCAR at Castle Combe (October 2013) is thought to be its first for nearly 30 years.
Luke Rathenow - Veritas RS
The Fifties Sports Car Racing Club is specifically for GT and production cars that raced in period and are still prepared to the same specifications. Our cars race on period rubber and are close to the way they were in their day. We host races at some of the leading Club racing events in the UK calendar, notably with the HSCC (Silverstone GP, Brands and Oulton Park Gold Cup), MSCC, and the popular Annual Autumn Festival meeting at Castle Combe.
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The Fifties Sports Car Racing Club is specifically for GT and production cars that raced in period and are still prepared to the same specifications. Our cars race on period rubber and are close to the way they were in their day. We host races at some of the leading Club racing events in the UK calendar, notably "The Spring Start" with the VSCC and the Annual BDC meeting at Silverstone; the HSCC at Oulton Park, Brands GP andSilverstone GP; and the ever popular Castle Combe Autumn Classic.
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