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Jim Dean takes HSCC 70s Road Sport Championship

Jim Dean has taken Overall 1st and 1st in Class of the HSCC 70s Road Sport Championship. Driving his Lotus Europa with a CBR Lotus Twin Cam engine to victory in many of the races. Congratulations Jim!

Max Bartell 2015 Classic F3 Champion

In the HSCC Classic F3 Championship Congratulations goes to Max Bartell for winning the Championship in his Chevron B34 with a CBR Toyotal Novamotor. Well Done Max!

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Ford BDA/BDG Engine

Ford BDA/BDG Engine

This wonderfully versatile engine replaced the Lotus Twin Cam in the Ford RS models after making it's debut in the Mk1 Escort in 1970.

Pre Crossflow & Crossflow

The original Overhead valve Kent engine appeared in 1959 with a capacity of 996.95cc developing 39 bhp at 5000 rpm

Lotus Twin Cam Engine

Lotus Twin Cam Engine

This 1600 engine was developed for the Lotus Elan in 1962 then found it's way into many more race specials including the legendary Lotus Cortina

BMW M10 Engine

BMW M10 Engine

When noted engineer and race driver Alex von Falkenhausen was asked to design a small displacement (1.3l) engine for BMW, he ignored the directive and developed a 1498cc engine that could be expanded to 2.0l.

Toyota Novamotor

Toyota Novamotor

The Toyota Novamotors came about when the Italian company Nova Corporation produced a 2.0 litre engine based on the original Toyota engine 2T-G. This was used in the majority of the Formula 3 cars across the champions for many years.