We are pleased to announce that the TVRCC is the first official stockist of the new range of Officially Licenced and trademarked TVR T-shirts. Order online, free p&p for a limited period to TVRCC members
As you may have read in January's Sprint, your committee have been reviewing the endorsed Club insurer, and are currently in the final stages of negotiation with Adrian Flux. In order to give Club members an opportunity to obtain a quote from Adrian Flux, a dedicated telephone number has been set up for the TVR Car Club. If you'd like a quote, please Call the TVR Car Club insurance hotline 0800 138 8073
Some members may recall seeing a series of requests on our discussion forums last year asking for support to Peter Hingston, who was updating his previous work, 'Guide to Buying a Used Sports Car' which was first published over 25 years ago.We are pleased to report that the book is now complete and contains a number of TVRs from Grantura up to Tasmin, and is expected to be launched at the NEC Classic Car Show next month.
Please note, this is not to be confused with "TVR - The Early Years" which is being rewritten by Peter Filby and is also expected to go on sale before Christmas.
TVR Power is now giving a 2 year unlimited mileage warranty on all Speed 6 engine rebuilds carried out at their Bedworth Road workshops. Managing Director Dom Trickett told the TVR Car Club: "We are now completely happy with the reliability of our Speed 6 engine rebuilds and as long as the engine is subsequently serviced at a TVR main dealer or a TVR Power authorised independent service centre, then we are happy to give a 2 year unlimited mileage warranty on all our Speed 6 builds"
As well as the 2 year Speed 6 rebuild warranty, Power are also offering a full 12 month warranty on all OEM Speed 6 parts purchased from them. For further information call TVR Power on 024 7636 6177 or email Dominic
As previously reported on this website (see below), TVR Power are taking over Mallory Park this coming Friday to test and demonstrate their new supercharged 4.0 litre, 4.5 litre and 5.0 litre units side by side along with their 'Hybrid Taraka Plus' trackday car.
We are now pleased to announce that the owner of TVR Power, Dominic Trickett, has opened up the day to allow a limited numbers of cars to join them on the track. Sessions will be limited to just 6 cars on track at any time - 2 supercharged cars plus 4 "normal" cars - and will run from 9:00-5:00 with an hour for lunch. This will cost just £65+VAT per car.
For more information call Dom on 024 7636 6177 or email him on email@example.com
We must point out that this is not a TVRCC Track Day and therefore your track day insurance may not be valid. Please check with your insurance company/broker.
If you enjoy driving your TVR then why not think about putting your driving skills to the test with an Institute of Advanced Motorists advanced driving course?The IAM is Britain's leading road safety charity and advanced driving organisation, and the TVR Car Club has linked up with the Institute to offer Club Members access to their "Skill for Life" course on special terms. For full details, please see the link in the members' area (under training) or this month's Sprint.
The TVRCC has just been informed that the Purple T400R from the 2004 Le Mans 24Hr will be produced by Scalextric and will be available probably in May 2005. Watch this space for more details as the nice people at Scalextric have promised to keep us up to date with production details. Scalextric have already produced a range of TVR Tuscan racers in various liveries including the distinctive yellow and black DeWalt cars from 2003. As well as the bonus of being able to race these models on your track they are also excellent display models with very accurate detailing and graphics.
The TVR Griffith Story (An Anthology) is currently being finalised by author Roger Shackleton. The book will be a thoroughly-researched, high quality history of the model, utilising material & information from the factory’s ‘archives’ and its professional staff, combined with input from TVRCC members / Griffith owners past & present. Highly pictorial with a selection of literally hundreds of full colour photographs; additionally featuring brochures, publicity ‘memorabilia’ and original artwork.