January 31st, 2019
Ford Sierra Cosworth UK Group N Championship winning car.
SOLD Vehicle has a new owner back in the South Island.
Built in 1990 by Maxted Motors in the UK from NEW motorsport shell and Ford Group N parts package. Only raced once that year. Have related documentation.
1991 Driven by Ian Khan in UK group N championship competed in only three rounds. Competed in Nürburgring and Spa 24-hour races.
1992 Driven by Ian Khan winning the UK group N championship with five wins and four 2nd places. Competed in Nürburgring (2nd in class) and Spa 24-hour races. Have related documentation from Ian Khan. James Weaver and Will Hoy have shared drives with Ian in this vehicle. Vehicle has RAC Motor Sports Association advertising permit as it is a championship winning vehicle.
Vehicle was purchased by Lindsay O’Donnell and brought to New Zealand in 1994. Scott and Lindsay O’Donnell campaigned the car very successfully in the South Island for the next eight years. Changers were made to the car mainly for the purpose of endurance racing. Changes included dry break fuelling system, Proflex four-way adjustable shock absorbers, AP rotors and calliper’s front and rear, gear box and differential oil coilers. Fundamentally the car is still very much Group N style and specifications.
Luke Parker purchased the car from Lindsay O’Donnell in 2003. Shortly after that the engine suffered a failure. Luke had an engine built by HiTech Motorsport in Pukekohe. Unfortunately, the vehicle had a skirmish with a wall at Hampton Downs in 2010. Luke had good intensions of repairing, but other commitments waylaid this happening.
Mid 2018 I (Richard Field) purchased the vehicle in a non-repaired state. A plan was put together and the car repaired to a high standard both mechanically and body wise by Lodge Auto Centre Ltd . The car underwent a Motorsport NZ audit (with no items requiring attention) January 2019 when it ran at Manfeild Circuit Chris Amon. The handling, drive, power and brakes were most impressive to say the least, no issues or gremlins with the car all day. The car is fully compliant and ready to run in competition. A copy of products repaired or replaced during the rebuild is available on request. All documentation comes with the vehicle.
New 3D Printing Developments
January 28th, 2019
Hi all. We are proud to announce that as of now we have purchased a brand new in-house 3D Printer. As of recent we have seen an increase in the price of plastic parts as they become less and less common. And if you don’t want to fork out for expensive second hand parts then your only option is expensive billet alloy parts.
However we are now striving to change that. With the increase in availability of printers and plastics we plan to design and print full replacement parts and kits. By designing, developing and printing these in house, we eliminate almost all cost factors meaning that you will be getting the best price possible. It also means that when doing a custom job, we can have a fully functioning prototype or even final production pieces in front of you within a day.
If are interested then you can contact us for more information.