Guus Docen

Guus Docen

Saturday, 25 February 2006 20:05
Published in Marques

Rennmax Sorts and Racing Cars

Rennmax (Renn German for race, Max from maximum) was an Australian racing and sports car marque built by Bob Britton in Sydney between 1962 and 1978. The first Rennmax chassis had running gear from a 1959 Cooper. It was fast and agile, and was capable of beating such machines as Lotus 20B, Cooper Climax and BRM. The first output was six Formula Junior and 1.5 litre cars. Then followed  nine Formula V cars during 1965 – 1966.
Friday, 17 February 2006 20:44
Published in Drivers and Cars

Hazelden, John

John Hazelden is a well known collector of 'Great Australian Specials' and writer. His book on the Chamberlain Special gives a complete insight into a rare and unusual machine. The book may be purchased from Motormarques. Use the 'Contact Us' item in the Main Menu on the left hand side of the front page.
Page 10 of 10