European race history—Meticulous mechanical restoration by Velox Speed.
Track ready. Lozano Ford V8 10hrs. Hewland 6-speed, Sequential Crawford Paddle Shift. Freshly finished in correct European livery.
Mauro Baldi (I) and Gary Formato (SA) took this Riley & Scott MKIII Chassis to victory at the Monza 500km World Cup. It marked Baldi’s 25 year anniversary that he competed in his first organized road race. Exactly to the day of the Monza victory in this car 25 years earlier, Baldi drove a Renault 5 at Monza. Baldi had a very successful career winning Lemans in 1994 and both the Daytona 24hr and Sebring 12hr in 1998.
New – Fuel Cell, Fuel Pumps, Steering Rack, Brake Rotors, Seat Belts, Rear Camera, Driver Cooler System, Radiator, Oil coolers, Oil Lines, Power Steering Lines, Ceramic Coated Headers, Gearbox Shifter Air Pump, Brake Lines, Brake Hardware, Brake Pads, Brake and Clutch Master Cylinders, Fuse Box, Radio Harness, Drink System, Rod Ends, Fire System, Transponder, Steering Shaft, Momo Steering Wheel, Mirrors, AN-Hardware Throughout, Engine Belts, Alternator, Air Shifter Lines, Air Shifter Compressor, Battery, Headlight Mounts and Covers.
Rebuilt – Penske Double Adjustable Shocks, Brake Calipers, Axle Shafts, Uprights. Spares – 3 sets new brake rotors, 2 CV joints, New Front Radiator, Front ARB, 14 sets of springs, New Rear and Front brake rotor hats, 1 New Front Splitter, 3 sets spare wheels. Much More. History – 1st Monza 2000, 2nd Spa 2000, 3rd Kyalami 1999, 3rd Barcelona 1999.