Motorsport: New chassis gets seal of approval

THE first of the much heralded Lola T70 Mk3B chassis was unveiled to nostalgic motorsport media at the Autosport International Show over the weekend. Lola founder Eric Broadley made a rare public appearance at the show at the NEC, with Lola executive chai

THE first of the much heralded Lola T70 Mk3B chassis was unveiled to nostalgic motorsport media at the Autosport International Show over the weekend.

Lola founder Eric Broadley made a rare public appearance at the show at the NEC, with Lola executive chairman, Martin Birrane, who unveiled the first car in a new five-car series of the iconic model. It won the 1969 Daytona 24 Hours in the hands of Mark Donohue and Chuck Parsons.

The continuation series gives customers a chance to buy one of the world's best loved designs and race it in a variety of historic series around the world.


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