Formula Vauxhall Lotus (1988)

Formula Vauxhall (Opel) Lotus was a one-make series to promote GM's European divisions (Vauxhall in UK and Opel in Europe) along with Lotus, whom GM owned at the time. Powered by the 2 L C20XE engine installed in an aluminum monocoque chassis built by Raynard (UK) or Schubel (Germany). The cars were so widely used they were chosen for the EFDA Nations Cup Series. This car is the Vivian Daly 'Abrakebabra' car. The present paint scheme is based upon the one used on the contemporary Lotus 102B F1 car. The car has raced in the NSR BOSS series and SVRA in USA, and Monoposto and Formula Opel Series in Europe.

Aston Martin DB7 V12 Vantage (2000)

The new project is the creation of a V12 Aston Martin DB7 Vantage race car for enduro racing in UK and Europe. Updates can be found at the link.

Ford Ka (2005)

 Low cost endurance racing takes many forms. The MSVR EnduroKa Series uses the 1st generation Ford Ka with 1300 cc engine and spec suspension, tires, and safety equipment. The Ka is also eligible for Classic Sports Car Club's Co-ordSport Tin Tops series and the Welsh Racing Drivers Association's Welsh Sports and Saloon Car Championship. Despite COVID-19 2020 was the 1st season for the Ka. Updates can be found at the link below.

Aston Martin Cygnet (2012)

The Aston Martin Cygnet (based on the mechanicals of a Toyota iQ) is an unlikely competition car, but with its excellent handling it has the potential as a fun car for sprints, auto solo and car trials.