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Brabham BT6

Available shortly:

Possibly the most famous and sought after Formula Junior.

This Brabham BT6 is the actual works car that was raced in period by the Kiwi World Champion Denis Hulme winning the BARC Silverstone International Trophy race in 1963.

It will be offered in a fully rebuilt state and ready to compete; in the right hands, at the front of any International Formula Junior event.

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1961 LOLA Mk3, Chassis No. BRJ 32sold
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This Lola is an exceptional car due to not only it's great condition but because it has great opportunities of obtaining entries for all the Top-Events.

It is a unique model – not something just ordinary, having low production numbers (11) unlike some other marques.

It has been in the hands of the current owner for 30 years

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BRJ 32 is a 1961 team car of the well-known Fitzwilliam-Racing-Team ( supported by LOLA ). The Drivers where Peter Ashdown, Dick Prior, John Hine and Rob Slotemaker, racing the cars at all major International events

As you will from the pictures, the car is in excellent condition, and ready to go.

The engine is a 1100cc Cosworth Ford MAE dry sump with just one race done since the last update.

It has a Richardson cylinder head and period specific LUCAS Opus ignition system.

A new 26 page FIA Historic Technical Passport with a 10 year validity is in the making at FIA to replace the old form. It will be with the car of course.

New FIA approved safety harness ( belts) are installed and a new FIA appr. fire extinguisher.

With the car comes a spare engine in a transport-stand and a great wooden

box with more than 20 ratios for the original LOLA/HEWLAND Mk 1 five-speeder.

Beside this a great box full of parts ( orig. Cylinder heads, con rods, valves and much more.)

Price for the lot is  £67,000  GBP

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Gorgeous Formula Junior Stanguelinni.sold
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This car has a mountain of recognised history and has been exceptionally successful

throughout its life. See picture of it leading at Monza in 1960, GP of Pescara  and in the wet at Trieste

It will come with all documentation that has been amassed over the years including a range of books associated

with its history and model.

It has recently (over the winter of 2010/11)  been lovingly restored and it would be a joy to own.

Price: Please contact len@historicracing.org.uk

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A beautiful clean Lotus 20 Formula Junior.sold

1961 – originally owned by Lionel Ayres
Full restoration completed, like new, by current owner.
Disc front brakes, 1100cc Ford Engine. Lotus Renault gear box.

It can be purchased in either
Wet Sump/Renault Gearbox configuration or: With a Dry Sump/Hewland configuration

Price Wet sump £45,000

Price Dry Sump £47,500

Less motor but with  Renault gearbox ,15 inch rears ,13 fronts ,disc front, drum rear, £25,000

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Ref: FJ1041

Mk 5A Formula Junior 1963

Richardson engine with only 2 short events since it had a refresh

It needs only prep and maybe tyres and new belts to get her up and running

Has HTP papers A clean original and much sort after car.

Price £85,000

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No.FJ1011  LOLA MK5 SOLD

Lola Formula Junior Chassis No BRJ 45

This chassis is one of 2 prepared as a "works" car for the 62 season driven by Hine and Prior as the Lola Equipe Team. Later in 62, Midland Racing Partnership took over the running of the team and used Fenning and John Hine starting at Goodwood on August18, 1962. BRJ 45 was retained for the 63 season as a 3rd chassis/backup and was routinely driven by David Hobbs. It incorporates the following unique characteristics:

· Lola Mk-4 rear suspension
· Lola Mk-4 front and rear brakes
· Stiffened chassis due to flex of original design

David Hitches purchased the car from the factory January 1963. The car was shipped to America and has been in the hands of the present owner since 1984 It won the US Monoposto Racing Grand Championship in 1991.

This car was completely restored 2 years ago and has not been raced since. Radiator was rebuilt to 4 rows 10 years ago to aid in cooling. Gas tank is fitted with Fuel-Safe bladder, seat was covered in black leather

It is available less engine, but includes adapter plate, exhaust, & Hewland etc.
This chassis is the only fully documented Lola Mk 5 in the world. There are at least 5 Lola MK 5A's out there that are reputed to be the car that won Monaco in 63.
This one did not, but it was was one of 2 Lolas David Hitches owned in 64 and one of 2 "works" cars in 62 before Lola closed out that team with full documentation.

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