Stuart-Taylor Motorsport


A (Very) basic summary -

During the early late 1950s / 1960s the development of F1 cars had seen a significant shift with the engine moving from front to rear, through the 1960 s cars were refined and one of the most celebrated periods of Formula one racing had begun -

Unfortunately as with most good things it was only a very short time before something terrible happened, someone decided to start nailing parts of airplanes onto the cars in order to develop more aerodynamic down force, sadly in terms of speed and grip this was a very good thing but the aesthetics of the cars were totally compromised and never again did an F1 car look so pure.

If you agree that this period represented the best combination of looks, power and grip ever seen in motorsport, you might aspire to owning and driving one of these very special cars, however, even given an unlimited budget and great determination there are a few factors that might prevent you from realising that ambition

This then brings us to my own dilemma, if what you want is effectively unobtainable then the only way to achieve the same objective is to attempt to recreate the essence of that car, reproducing a piece of history in a manner that improves factors such as reliability and safety whilst keeping true to the spirit of the original .

F1-67 is the result, a classically styled racecar with modern, reliable, obtainable mechanics .