Race car gallery
Past & present cars which have a history of competing in Historic 750 Formula, or raced with us in one of our previous guises as 750 Trophy or 750 Triple Challenge. Would you like to add your car to the gallery? Or do you have some history or an interesting article about one of our cars?
Centaur Mk 16
Centaur Mk16 built by Tony Shaw in 1979. The car was restored for H750F by Paul Mason, subsequently owned by John Gasking (driven by daughter Helen and friend Jack Slatter). Now owned by Jonathan Sadler. Fitted with lightweight fiberglass body panels, triumph front uprights and front disc brakes.
A7 Super Accessories
Supercharged methanol powered Austin 7 Super Accessories. Greg joined the Triple Challenge in 2005, with what was then a road going special, complete with mudguards / wings, lights etc. Subsequently rebuilding the car in 2006. Competing in both VSCC and 750MC. The car more recently acquired a supercharger and was then adapted to run on methanol. Eligible for Class C in the H750F series.
The DNC Mk3 built by David Newman (Camshafts). This DNC was owned by Rodney Cummings who Hill Climbed the car and then stored it for 15 years until 2007. Gregan Thruston found it on eBay in 2007 and restored it. Since undergoing other colour changes. It runs a Reliant 850cc engine (originally a dry sump), Triumph Herald front uprights, drums all around. Originally built on 10" wheels, now converted to 13"s. The original roll hoop was given the chop to apply with modern ROPS regs.
Dunlop CR65 525 tyres running with 4.0 differential. Previously ran on cut slicks with 4.2 diff.