Category: Racing

Morgan Challenge starts at Snetterton

March 29, 2023 By Brett Off

The 2023 Morgan Challenge race series started at Snetterton last weekend on the 300 circuit. Simon and Brett were there for the opening rounds on a wet and windy day! They both had good days with Brett qualifying 3rd overall in the wet for race…

Brett Syndercombe 4/4

February 24, 2023 By Brett Off

Morgan Challenge Champion 2021 I started racing in my standard 1987 3500 +8. I thought this would help me to understand setting up customers cars, but unfortunately got hooked! The +8 evolved into a class B car which I ran for a couple of seasons.…

Steve Lockett +8

February 24, 2023 By Brett Off

Morgan Challenge Champion 2022 After many years of track days I decided to try my hand at racing in 1995. I had the good fortune to race a 1986 +4 with a Fiat twin cam engine. It had a highly modified race engine, great on…

Simon Orebi Gann +4

February 24, 2023 By Brett Off

Completely restored and prepared for historic racing by Brett of Brands Hatch Morgans.

Greg Parnell Aero 8 GTN

February 24, 2023 By Brett Off

In 2011, after spending 8 years in Sprints and Hill Climbs in a 4.6 Plus 8, I entered the Morgan Challenge to race my Aero 8 GTN.  The car had originally been Charles Morgan’s factory road car and had not been raced in anger so much…

Simon Orebi Gann SLR

February 24, 2023 By Brett Off

History: This 1961 car is the first of the Morgan SLRs of which only 3 were made. Designed and built by Sprintzel Lawrence Racing (SLR), the brilliant British engineer Chris Lawrence intended the car to be a high performing sports car and chose as his…

Simon Orebi Gann ARV6

February 24, 2023 By Brett Off

Simon started racing in his 1989 +8 converted by BHM into a class C race car. He progressed from there into a Roadster lightweight in which he had many class wins and outright championships. Also keen on historic motorsport driving his SLR and +4 all…

Race 2 at Donington 2022

January 30, 2023 By Garry Off

Race 2 at Donington, Brands Hatch Morgans 4/4. Beaten for 2nd place by 0.1 seconds on the last lap! Congratulations James, what a race!