AMOC Racing Saturday 20th April 2019 - Donington Park
Challenge and GT Days Tuesday 23rd April 2019 to Thursday 25th April 2019 - Red Bull Ring, Austria
Tour Auto Monday 29th April 2019 to Sunday 5th May 2019 - France
Donington Historic Festival Friday 3rd May 2019 to Monday 6th May 2019 - Donington Park
Ecurie Ecosse Tour Sunday 5th May 2019 to Friday 10th May 2019 - Scotland
Masters: Support Race to 4 Hours of Monza Friday 10th May 2019 to Monday 13th May 2019 - Monza, Italy
Mille Miglia Wednesday 15th May 2019 to Sunday 19th May 2019 - Italy
The Elite London 2019 Friday 17th May 2019 to Sunday 19th May 2019 - Wycombe Air Park, Bucks
Spa Classic Friday 17th May 2019 to Monday 20th May 2019 - Spa Francorchamps, Belgium
HSCC Saturday 18th May 2019 to Monday 20th May 2019 - Silverstone International (GP Circuit)
On Saturday 30th March, we opened our doors once again to host the lovely folk of SupercarDriver. As one of the UK’s largest supercar owners club, Saturday saw the attendance of over 50 cars and 70 guests in a variety cars. Highlights included a two Ferrari 365 GTB/4 Spyders, both LHD – a European and US specification example, a Bugatti Veyron, a host of new Ferrari’s and McLaren’s and even a fettled BMW E30 M3.
We filled our courtyard with the highlights of our prestige and blue chip stocklist with a clear lineage through the workshop. Our non-cat, non-adjust F40 at the front, flanked by a soon-to-be live Ferrari F12 TDF and our 599 SA Aperta – the lowest production global delivery modern Ferrari .
We opened up our workshops too, offering a rare insight into classic Ferrari servicing and restoration with master technicians on hand to talk through the stages of the work we carry out. We had a mix of classic cars and race cars in, from our recently sold 166MM clothed by Pininfarina, to the five time Le Mans 24hr entering ex- Colin McRae Ferrari 550 Prodrive.
Our rolling road setup briefly demonstrated a somewhat absurd creation. Approached by a client in 2013 with the task of converting one of the lesser loved Ferrari’s - a 1989 Mondial T - into the ultimate trackday toy. Testament to our many years experience of race preparation and fabrication, we removed the 480hp 4.3 litre V8 from an F430 Challenge car, fitting to the Mondial’s rear subframe. This was then coupled to the Challenge wiring loom and and squeezed into the Mondial, with only 575 wheels to allow for larger brakes and the extended F1 gearbox paddles behind the steering wheel.