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BMW E36 EVO 3.2 - Ravi Ramyead

  Supersprint Exhaust GTR Air Box Getrag 5 Speed Drexler Diff Proflex 4 Way Adjustable Dampers Bespoke Adjustable Anti-roll Bars Wheels - 9" x 18" front, 10" x 18" rear Tyres - Dunlop Racing Slicks We have been looking after Ravi and his cars for over 10 years now.  His current E36 M3 has had many modifications, including fitting composite bonnet and boot, front splitter and rear wing, aluminium doors, lightweight door cards and lexan windows.  We have also modified the bodywork to accommodate bigger wheels - 9" x 18" fronts and 10" x 18" rears. We had a successful day at Brands Hatch earlier in the year, but on our return could hear a slight knocking from the rear...

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1965 Fastback Mustang

We'd like to welcome Andrew Knight of Andronicas Coffee Co Ltd to SZ Motorsport.  We will be running and maintaining his Mustang Fastback for the 2015 season. We have completely checked over the car and brought the brakes up to our specification, then carried out a full set-up on the suspension, as Andrew is testing at Brands Hatch on 12th November.  Check back for pictures and updates.

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Seat Leon Supercopra

 It's time to strip and rebuild the Seat after a busy and successful year of racing.  We have stripped back and repainted the whole shell and carried out several modifications to the cage and suspension mounts, with the aim to stiffen the platform even further.  All components are being taken apart, checked and rebuilt in-house.  As we reassemble the car, as always, weight will be paramount.  Keep watch for regular updates on the latest pictures and news.        

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Best of the RS500

Craig Davies - Best of the RS500 Rick Pearson completed a sweep of the two Fujifilm Touring Car Trophy races at Silverstone Classic powered by the AA, beating star driver Frank Wrathall into the first corner before pulling away from the British Touring Car regular. While Pearson in an ex-David Leslie Nissan Primera pulled away in the Wrathall was mired back in a fight for second, third and fourth after the opening corners as Richard Hawken moved his Primera into second and Wrathall had to fend off Neil Smith's Alfa Romeo 156 around Brooklands. Wrathall escaped Smith and passed Hawken, the Nissan driver struggling with a problem throughout the race. The problem, while it allowed Pearson and Wrathall to complete rather solitary races to reprise the same finishing order as in the first race, helped provide yet another...

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