In EPISODE 2 the TVR Speed 12 with GT1 standards made its first apperances with white paint (maybe the same unit painted violet).
GT regulations caused the TVR Speed 12 to be scrapped. However, a new GT2 racer was concocted using the same engine, but few other parts. The basic design was of a Cerbera, only lower, wider, and with more aggressive styling. It was known as the TVR Cerbera Speed 12.
From now, according to sources, the were two paths: the road version and the race version.
TVR Cerbera Speed12: the race version
Unfortunately, it’s impossible to say if the car pictured above became a race car or if it was used for the road legal version. Pictures below show probably the first car built and still without stickers:
Another image shows a Cerbera Speed 12 maybe without paint: looking at the bodyshell it seems it’s nude carbon fiber. We don’t know if this is the blue car pictured above or it’s a second car which was built in the meanwhile.
Probably a short time after these images, the car with blue paint received its race numbers and stickers:
Image below show something more: at least two units of the TVR Cerbera Speed 12 were built. There is a white car and the car with number 27 but painted black.
Following images show n.27 with violet paint. It raced in British GT Championship in 2002:
To be continued on EPISODE 4 for the TVR Cerbera Speed 12 Road Version.