A few enthusiastic Formula Vee competitors wish to revive some of the magic of the early 70’s by racing their Super Vee cars in the UK. The preservation of Vee history is at the heart of the project to try and attract air cooled versions of the Super Vee formula cars out on a regular basis within the UK.
Do you know of any cars (regardless of condition) or spare parts that are available for sale? If so, please get in contact with us.
The prototype Elden PRH14 Super Vee has been discovered and will be restored by Alan Morgan for racing in the aircooled class within the Historic FF2000 championship. It’s only had one owner from new, and hasn’t been used since 1978.
When found it had still got its period Fireater extinguisher, Smiths chronometric tachometer, Bendix Blue Top pump and skinny Willans belts. Now a full rebuild and restoration will be done with a view to putting it on track soon.
If you would like to join in with your Super Vee or know of aircooled super Vee’s waiting to be raced or restored, please get in contact with:
The following links may be of help with regards to racing your Super Vee:
Below is a list of currently known cars within the UK. If you know of others irrespective of their condition please get in touch with John Bowles:
|John Bowles||Kent||Royale RP9||Race Ready|
|Graham Kiddy||Cambridgeshire||Royale RP9||Race Ready|
|John Randle||Essex||Lola 324||Race Ready|
|Martyn Donn||Worcestershire||Supernova Tui BH4||Race Ready|
|Alan Morgan||Surrey||Elden PRH14||Restoration Under Way|
|Simon Cook||Supernova BH3|
|Graham Heath||March 1974|
|Daniel Dutton||Royale RP14|
|Andy Baker||Supernova BH3||Restoration Under Way|