I currently own two Westfield Sportscars, both of which have seen action in the Kit Car Championship. My first Westfield is a red SE (live rear axle) model, which is fitted with a 1600cc Ford Crossflow engine, producing about 125 bhp. I build it over a period of nearly 2 years, starting when I was 16 years old, and it was originally built as a road car. As it was my first ever car, I wasn't to keen for it to be damaged, and this was one of the reasons that persuaded me to build a new car over the winter of 1998/1999.
My second Westfield is an orange SEiW (independent rear suspension), and it is fitted with a Dunnell 1800cc Ford Zetec engine, normally found in Ford Escorts and Mondeos. I took the opportunity to build a dedicated race car, with various enhancements to try to make it safer and faster, for example a full roll cage, and a data-logging dash display unit. Various "hiccups" during the build meant that I missed the first 3 races, but the extra performance and reliability of this car should mean that I can pick up plenty of points during the rest of the season.
Please click on one of the pictures below to find out more about either car.