Rebellion Racing/TVR Team will start the 24 Heures du Mans at the wheel of these two R-13 LMP1 prototypes on Saturday, June 16th 2018 at 3:00 pm. The new TVR Griffith was out and about making itself known with that great new engine noise, driven by Les Edgar. See the gallery of photos below:
For 2017 we have worked closely with Bernie's v8's Series to build a series of races that don't clash and furthermore have arranged for DTEC racers to run in Bernie's V8s races in a guest class.
2009/2012 Dunlop TVR Champion Tim Davis made it three championships in six years at Oulton Park at the weekend when he lifted the 2014 trophy after his seventh win of the season in his AJP Tuscan. Close behind was Class B Champion Jim Walsh in his Tuscan RV8 and in third position, and second in Class A was 2011 Champion Hugh Marshall, also in an ATP Tuscan. Class C was won by championship rookie Mike Luck in a Chimaera, fourth overall. Last year’s champion, Dean Cook, had moved up to Class A+ with a Sagaris AJP in which he took class honours and eighth overall with nine victories and one second place. Congratulations to them all.
Stand by for a great weekend of TVR motorsport as our two headline events both have their final rounds on Saturday and it's still all to play for!
Firstly at Donington, the final round of the Dunlop TVR Challenge takes place with despite the dominance of Tim Hood all season, overall championship honours could go to any one of the three main class leaders with Dean Cook being the favourite.
Meanwhile in the West Country, Geoff Stallard's claim on the title hangs in the balance, as he depends on results going his way at Castle Combe. Jes Firth must win at the Wiltshire circuit to regain his 5th championship.