That’s the meaning of these very curious images:
“As well as looking back at Tuscan racing ,it’s also good to look forward….”
It’s a perfect stance. Think about Enzo Ferrari: as he thought exactely in this way, his first car, the 125 Sport, does not exist anymore. It had developed into 159 Sport and, in 166 Spider Corsa and so on.
So these are the pictures of the conversion of Tuscan no23 ex Team Britnell/Chris Stockton to Sagaris bodied race car. It was born with air jacks,dry break re-fueling, new Penske shocks, to a modified Tuscan Chassis. Under the bonnet there is a fresh AJP 4.5 Race Engine.
Tuscan driver Tim Hood and team are responsible for the construction. Reidy at Grantura Engineering has built the engine.
A 550bhp + LS Engine is currently being built for one of the next cars which will take the Sagaris/Tuscan concept another stage further.