latest news

Looking Ahead to the 2016 Season

20-11-2015 The Checkered Flag has been waved to the 2015 Season for us and we are already look ahead to the…
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Silverstone CSCC 2015

12-05-2015 After a successful days testing on Friday with David and Charles Holroyd and their Lotus √Član and Caterham CSR, Spirits…
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recent results

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!

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!

upcoming races / events

Latest Races / Events
CSCC Appendix K Snetterton 20th October 2018
HSCC Silverstone Finals 19th October 2018
Dijon 4th October 2018

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.

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The result was an engine for the smaller of the BMW ranges that have found their way into many fantastic historic race cars including Chevron B8’s and the BMW 2002 touring cars. Originally built in 1961 3.5 million of the engines were produced until 1987 when the block was used to build the S14 engine found in the first M3 touring cars.

At CBR we now build these engines from 1600cc to 2 ltr running in Chervon B8s competing within the Historic Sports Car Club Guards (HSCC) Guards Trophy. .

If you are interested in or require more information on this engine please contact us



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