1998-1999 Riley and Scott Mk3
Developed by Bill Riley, Bob Riley and Mark Scott in 1993 with the first chassis completed in 1995. A total of 17 chassis were made by Riley and Scott and were campaigned all over the world, particularly in Europe and America.
Universally loved, the Mk3 racked up 48 wins from 135 starts, 6 Teams Championships, 6 Drivers Championships and 3 Constructors Championships and on a number of occasions was a direct competitor to the famous Ferrari 333 SP over its amazing 10 year career.
It is constructed from a steel tube and carbon composite construction with double wishbone suspension and a manual X Trac sequential gearbox.
Two time Le Mans 24hr entrant 1998-1999
Raced by World Motorcycle Champion, Wayne Gardner
Fully rebuild from ground up 2019-2020
Restored to Le Mans 1998 correct period specification.
Fresh Ford Windsor V8 Engine, approx. 600bhp
Winner of the Kyalami round of the International Sports Racing Series 1998
Eligible for Masters Endurance Legends
Eligible for Peter Auto, incl, Le Mans Classic.
Cost effective LMP1 car.
Chassis 015 has been subject to a full and complete ground up restoration by industry expert, Phil Stott Motorsport Ltd. It was essentially a ‘barn find’ and is now nearing completion and ready to get back on track after nearly a 21 year hiatus. The car will be supplied with crack test certificates and is fully ready to run with new safety fuel cell, belts, extinguisher.
The Ford Windsor V8 engine has also undergone a full rebuild by Kinetic Racing Engines, Michigan, USA.