This car was previously owned by Jake Oliveira at Osport before we brought it and were run by Jake in 2014. We ran with Bears Motorsport in 2015. It is a race winning car.
I was mostly running in the midfield and getting a few top 10’s in the car. It is possible to win again in the car with the right person. It is eligible to race in class A.
Due to us getting a new car, a GAC, we have decided to take most of the bits off to put onto the GAC. So what is mostly left is the chassis and body work.
What else is left over: Rear suspension complete including shock absorbers, plus 2 spare rock levers and push rods and 1 spare rear radius arm. Front suspension complete including shock absorbers. Oil coolers, dry sump tank and pump, fuel tank and fire extinguisher. Nose cone mould for producing new noses.
Will be a major project for anyone to get it ready for the start of the season. Will possibly consider selling the individual parts.
Will possibly consider a lower price, get in contact with me, at 07783419441, or my dad, as he is the one selling, at 07544848171.
If anyone wants to go see the car, you need to get in contact with Phill Foster as he is storing the car for us. You can contact him at 07976 715812.Read more →
Ray Formula Vee offered for sale.
Genuine reason for sale, house renovations and expanding family!
Car is in very good condition, with a strong Bowles engine. A genuine top 6 car and scored runner up position and fastest lap at the 2013 Formula Vee festival. Quantum dampers featured all round and spare bodywork also included.
For more details please contact Wes on 07753 339840 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Price is £6000.Read more →
The annual Vee Centre party took place on the 8th March, a great time was had by all.
After a three course meal and plenty of wine, the long anticipated raffle was held presented by the affable Erle Minhinnick. Some great prizes were on offer, including several donated by Snap On Tools and Centurion Motorsport’s Pete Andrews. A year’s digital subscription to Autosport was won by Erle, but the pick of the bunch was a free race entry kindly donated by the 750MC which was won by AHS driver Dan Burton.
In the prizes, Graham Gant won the Masters Challenge, Ian Buxton won Highest Grid Mover and Chris Wilsher the Vee Centre Challenge. Each driver collected a cheque for £250, though sadly Chris could not attend due to flu. The Mechanics Cup was again sponsored by Tim Hill’s Maple Leaf Garage who donated £50 of Demon Tweeks vouchers, with Richard Coates (aka Bucko’s Mechanic!) taking the spoils.
Martin Farmer was voted Sporting Driver of the Year and Peter Belsey Vee Centre Member of the year.
The night continued with some novel entertainment in the form of Top Gear style “Star in a Reasonably Priced Car” competition using an X-Box. Early laps from Martin Farmer, Graham Gant and Chris Dack were as slow as they were shocking, mainly due to poor visibility of where the track was going. However, Farmer soon found form with a 1min 29 second lap to take unnofficial spoils, though Martin being sobre was noted to be the only driver to have a dry lap!
The Vee Centre and all present were very grateful to those who donated to the event including the 750MC, Autosport, Maple Leaf Garage, Snap On and Centurion Motorsport.
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Applications to register for the 2014 750MC Formula Vee championship are now open. Be quick to get your registrations in and entries submitted to avoid being a reserve, as this year promises to have a bumper grid! For more details please visit http://www.750mc.co.uk/store/products,championship-registration_46.htm
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