Already racing or looking to get started? Find out more about our engine and running gear services tailored for motorsport and competition cars. When it comes to specification of competition powertrains, there are two options available depending on your application: Hill Climb & Sprint or Full Race.
You can order an engine, gearbox or differential from Bill Rawles Classic Cars knowing it has been race proven, we have done the hard work so you don't have to and the results speak for themselves.
All competition engines are built with steel cranks, forged pistons and rods as well as flowed aluminum cylinder heads and many more upgrades. To find out more, follow this link or call and speak to Bill Or Jack Rawles on 01420 564343. Available for outright purchase, build only or full removal, rebuild refit and tune.
From inner body strengthening, outer body panels, accident repairs and resprays we will be able to help get your race car back on track. We are racers ourselves and understand the time constraints and schedules involved, as well as the importance of getting the car back on the grid. If we can do it, we will. Please don't hesitate to call or have a look at the fabrication, body shop and services on our workshop and facilities page.Workshop and Facilities
Setting your race car up to get the best out of what she has to offer is worth just as much as a quick engine. Full race set up and corner weighting, preparation, transport and complete race services available.
Whether you prepare your own car, race with us or your car is run by another team, this doesn't affect our professional driving services. Jack Rawles, record-holding historic motorsport driver is available for hire. With extensive experience in modern and historic race cars, Jack uses VBOX technology to improve lap your times and develop your skills behind the wheel by comparing his data with yours. A safe pair of hands, Jack Rawles can also be hired to drive your race car to improve its provenance and exposure.
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