Built for Honda by Foss Tech as the Factory entry to compete in the 1999 BTCC. Driven by Peter Kox and is the sister car to the James Thompson car. This car won round 16 at Snetterton, which was the night race. Chassis FTEI 9901 stands today in perfect order and is absolutely ready to go having been methodically reconditioned by the current owners. All major components have been addressed, Neil Brown Engineering engine, Xtrac gearbox refresh, wheel bearings, springs, rose joints and new steering rack. James Dodd placed the car on poll at the opening round of the HSCC Super Touring series at Thruxton in April. This relatively new series is quickly gaining in popularity and scope. For 2014 The Historic Super Touring Series joins the BTCC bill at Oulton Park for 2 planned televised races. This sale represents an opportunity to acquire an ultra competitive Works Honda, which is, ready to reward it’s driver and excite the fans. The sister car in winning action at the Oulton Park BTCC / HSCC weekend. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uYMUaUIXRwE POA MAKE ENQUIRY First Name Surname Email Telephone Contact Address Company Address 1 Address 2 Address 3 Address 4 Postcode Image Gallery prev ne
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